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|Title:||Allocentric Perception in Primates - and the Role of Vision in the Evolution of Thought|
|Series/Report no.:||Report/Department of Applied Information Technology|
|Abstract:||This thesis explores the evidence of allocentric visual processing in primates with the purpose of illuminating a proposed co-evolution of more advanced visual perception and cognition in humans and closely related primates. The thesis is divided into three distinct parts, that in turn deal with three different aspects of this task. Part I reviews the last twenty years of research into the two visual systems hypothesis, proposed originally by Ungerleider and Mishkin in 1982, that separated ... more|
|Appears in Collections:||Magisteruppsatser|
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