chapter  9
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The Primacy of Perceiving: An Ecological Reformulation of Perception for Understanding Memory

In what way do perception and memory relate? Self-evidently, an answer to this question depends a good deal on how the two terms in the sought-after relation are construed. It is equally self-evident that the two terms, perception and memory, are so intimately bound that given a definition of one, the interpretation of the other is necessarily constrained.