Recognising actions

Green, P.R. and Pollick, F.E. (2002) Recognising actions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25(1), p. 106.

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The ability to recognise the actions of conspecifics from displays of biological motion is an essential perceptual capacity. Physiological and psychological evidence suggest that the visual processing of biological motion involves close interaction between the dorsal and ventral systems. Norman's strong emphasis on the functional differences between these systems may impede understanding of their interactions.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Pollick, Professor Frank
Authors: Green, P.R., and Pollick, F.E.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Psychology
Journal Name:Behavioral and Brain Sciences

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