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Perceptual learning : the flexibility of the senses

Author: Kevin Connolly, (Cognitive scientist)
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Experts from wine tasters to radiologists to bird watchers have all undergone perceptual learning, that is, long-term changes in perception that result from practice or experience. This book offers the first comprehensive empirically-informed account of perceptual learning for philosophers. It explores the nature, scope, and theoretical implications of perceptual learning"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Connolly, Kevin (Cognitive scientist).
Perceptual learning.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
(DLC) 2018028950
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Connolly, (Cognitive scientist)
ISBN: 9780190662905 0190662905 0190662921 9780190662929 0190662913 9780190662912
OCLC Number: 1045640644
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 245 pages)
Contents: Part 1. The Nature of Perceptual Learning --
How to Understand Perceptual Learning --
Introduction --
What Is Perceptual Learning? --
A Taxonomy of Perceptual Learning Cases --
The Offloading View of Perceptual Learning --
Looking Ahead --
Is Perceptual Learning Genuinely Perceptual? --
Introduction --
Skepticism about Perceptual Learning as Genuinely Perceptual --
Introspective Evidence that Perceptual Learning Is Genuinely Perceptual --
Neuroscientific Evidence that Perceptual Learning Is Genuinely Perceptual --
Behavioral Evidence that Perceptual Learning Is Genuinely Perceptual --
Conclusion --
Part 2. The Scope of Perceptual Learning --
Learned Attention and the Contents of Perception --
Introduction --
The Phenomenal Contrast Argument --
The Attentional Reply to the Phenomenal Contrast Argument --
The Blind Flailing Model of Perceptual Learning --
A New Attentional Reply to the Phenomenal Contrast Argument --
Learned Attention and the Offloading View --
Learned Attention II: Sensory Substitutions --
Introduction --
Attentional Weighting in Distal Attribution --
Latent Inhibition as a Kind of Learned Attention --
Applying Principles of Attentional Training to Sensory Substitution --
Perceptual Learning and Perceptual Hacking --
An Empirical Test for Determining the Nature of SSD Experience --
Conclusion --
Chunking? The World Through Multisensory Perception --
Introduction --
The Kind of Conscious Awareness We Have in Multisensory Perception --
Unitization as a Perceptual Learning Mechanism --
Applying Unitization to Multisensory Cases --
Objections and Replies --
Unitization and the Offloading View --
Conclusion --
Learning to Differentiate Properties: Speech Perception --
Introduction --
The Phenomenal Contrast Argument for Hearing Meanings --
The Argument from Homophones --
The Role of Differentiation in Speech Perception --
Why Perceptual Learning Does Not Support the View that We Hear Meanings --
The Offloading View and Speech Perception --
Conclusion --
Learning to Differentiate Objects: The Case of Memory Color --
Introduction --
Memory Color and Cognitive Penetration --
A Brief Survey of Memory Color Studies --
Why Memory Color Is Not a Mechanism for Color Constancy --
Applying Differentiation to Memory Color --
Memory Color and the Offloading View --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Kevin Connolly.

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