The Causal Basis of Perception: A New Integration on a Gibsonian Base by Jack H. Schwartz
I. THE DEFINITION OF PERCEPTION
II THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF PERCEPTION
Object Structure and Energy Structure.
The ”Specification” of Objects
Specification and Invariance
Philosophical Note: Primary and Secondary Sense Qualities
The Physical Basis for the Distinction Between “Primary” and “Secondary” Sense Qualities
III. THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PERCEPTION
A. The Sampling and Display of Energy Structure.
Contact Gradient Pick-up
The Pick-Up of Ambient Contact Gradients
The Pick-Up of Ambient Light Gradients
The Pick-Up of Ambient Sound Gradients
Order as the Essence of Display.
Specification of Space
Space/Object Specification and Self-Initiated Movement.
B. Physiological Isolation and Segregation of Object-Specific Energy Attributes.
Physiological Explanation in Psychology
Perception and Psychophysics
The Sensory Registration of Energy Features
Ratio Response and Object Perception
The Value and Significance of Color Constancy.
Sharp Energy Boundaries as the Prerequisite for Object Perception
The Perceptual Significance of Sensory Adaptation
Philosophical Note On the Epistemological Import of Stimulus Failure
IV. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL BASIS OF PERCEPTION
Action Regulation as the Biological Function of Consciousness
Perception and Attention
Attention, Self-Initiated Movement, and Perception of the External world.
Proprioception and the Autonomy of Self-Generated Movement
The Automatization of Attention and Receptor Movements
Perception and conceptualization
V. A VINDICATION OF THE OBJECTIVITY OF SENSE PERCEPTION
VI. A SUMMARIZATION AND RESTATEMENT OF THE THEORY
The Physical Basis of Perception:
The Physiological Basis of Perception:
The Psychological Basis of Perception