Table of contents for Perception and cognition at century's end / edited by Julian Hochberg.

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Counter Roots and Persisting Issues:
J. Hochberg, A Context for the Second Half of the Century: One View.
M. Rollins, Philosophy, Perception, and Cognitive Science.
G. Mandler, Consciousness and Mind as Philosophical Problems and Psychological Issues.
The Informed Present: Where We Are and How We Got There:
A. Outside to Inside: Approaches Concerned Chiefly with Measurable Variables of Stimulus Information and Their Cognitive Consequences.
B. Approaches Concerned with the Individual's Past and Present Cognitive Abilities.
J.E. Cutting, Information from the World Around Us.
B.J. Gillam, Illusions at Century's End.
J.E. Cutting and M. Massironi, Pictures and Their Special Status in Perceptual and Cognitive Inquiry.
D.R. Proffitt and M.K. Kaiser, The Internalization of Perceptual Processing Constraints.
B.A. Dosher and G. Sperling, A Century of Human Information-Processing Theory: Vision, Attention, and Memory.
J. Hochberg, Gestalt Theory and Its Legacy: Organization in Eye and Brain, in Attention and Mental Representation.
K. Nakayama, Vision Fin de Si├Ęcle: A Reductionistic Explanation of Perception for the 21st Century?
E.S. Spelke, Nature, Nurture, and Development.
C.E. Wright and B. Landau, Language and Action: Current Challenges.
D.L. Medin and J.D. Coley, Concepts and Categorization.
P.N. Johnson-Laird, Imagery, Visualization, and Thinking.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cognitive psychology, Perception, Cognition