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Brunswik, E. (1956). Perception and the representative design of psychological experiments. Berkeley: University of California Press.

 

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Posted by Marc Schröder at Monday, 27 June 2005

Methodology. The book contains an early version (Figure 17, p. 69) of what Scherer1974 later called the ``Brunswikian lens model''. The model makes an explicit distinction between distal (objective) stimuli, their proximal (perceived) correlates and the perceptual impression resulting from them. It is proposed here in the context of vision and perceived size constancy.


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