chapter  2
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About Visual Event Perception

ByGunnar Johansson

A basic problem in the study of visual perception is how re flected light , focused onto a vertebrate's retina, can evoke perception of a three-dimensional distal world, the animal's own displacements in this world, and the motion of other organisms and objects. This problem, and my attempts to solve it , are the concerns of this chapter.