The dual route hypothesis in visual cognition: Why a developmental approach is necessary

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):111-112 (2001)
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Norman presents intriguing arguments in support of a mapping between ecological and constructivist visual cognition, on the one hand, onto the dorsal ventral dual route processing hypothesis, on the other hand. Unfortunately, his account is incompatible with developmental data on the functional emergence of the dorsal and ventral routes. We argue that it is essential for theories of adult visual cognition to take constraints from development seriously.



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