Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial and Temporal EventsEdited by
- G. Aschersleben
- T. Bachmann
- J. Müsseler
For researchers in psychology and cognitive science with an interest in perception and time.
Advances in Psychology
Published: November 1999
- Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial and Temporal Events: Editors' Introduction. Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial Events a) Action-Oriented Views. Separate Representations of Visual Space for Perception and Visually Guided Behavior (B. Bridgeman). The new dissociationism: implications for action. Commentary on Bridgeman (P. Haggard). On the Perception of Position (A.H.C. Van der Heijden et al.). Function and processing of "meaningless" and "meaningful" position. Commentary on Van der Heijden et al. (P. Wolff). Space Perception and Intended Action (P. Wolff). The limits of an occasionalist Gibsonian theory of perceptual space. Commentary on Wolff (H. Hecht). Cognition and Spatial Perception: Production of Output or Control of Input? (J. Scott Jordan). Efference copy and intention: old wine in new bottles? Commentary on Jordan (B. Bridgeman). Motor Determinants of a Unified World Perception (J. Paillard). A motor theory again? Commentary of Paillard (A.H.C. Van der Heijden). Can we explain cross-modal representation with neural algorithms alone? Commentary on Paillard (M.A. Elliott). How Independent from Action Control is Perception? An Event-Coding Account for More Equally-Ranked Crosstalks (J. Müsseler). Induction and impairment during event control: a means of resolving the perception-action distinction? Commentary on Müsseler (J. Scott Jordan). Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial Events b) Attention-Oriented Views. Effects of Attention on Length Perception, Gap Detection and Visual Localization. Towards a Theory of Attentional Receptive Fields (Yehoshua Tsal). About neural implementation and microgenesis. Commentary on Tsal (T. Bachmann). Twelve Spatiotemporal Phenomena and One Explanation (T. Bachmann). Pertentional retouch, selective attention and synchronicity priming. Commentary on Bachmann (H.J. Müller, M.A. Elliott). Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Temporal Events. Perceived Timing of Self-Initiated Actions (P. Haggard). Mental chronometry and the timing of "high level" conscious intentions. Commentary on Haggard (D. Zakay). Action Timing in an Isochronous Tapping Task. Evidence from Behavioral Studies and Neuroimaging (K. Müller et al.). The negative asynchrony phenomenon: a prospective timing perspective. Commentary on Müller et al. (D. Zakay, R.A. Block). What is the source of the mean anticipatory synchronization error during temporal tracking? Commentary on Müller et al. (D. O'Boyle). Reaction Time and Temporal-Order Judgment as Measures of Perceptual Latency: The Problem of Dissociations (P. Jaśkowski). Reaction time and temporal order judgment: two measures of perceptual latency? Commentary on Jaśkowski (C. Steglich). Characterising perceptual latency. Commentary on Jaśkowski (D. O'Boyle). Task-Dependent Timing of Perceptual Events (G. Aschersleben). Some remaining problems on temporal dissociations. Commentary on Aschersleben (P. Jaśkowski). 40-Hz-Synchronicity Priming of Kanizsa-Figure Detection Demonstrated by a Novel Psychophysical Paradigm (H.J. Müller, M.A. Elliott). Is 40 Hz synchronicity priming shown by a novel psychophysical paradigm indeed a 40 Hz phenomenon? Commentary on Müller & Elliott (K. Müller). Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Intermodal Events. Ventriloquism: A Case of Crossmodal Perceptual Grouping (P. Bertelson). The advantages and limitations of the psychophysical staircases procedure in the study of intersensory bias. Commentary on Bertelson (R.B. Welch). Meaning, Attention, and the "Unity Assumption" in the Intersensory Bias of Spatial and Temporal Perceptions (R.B. Welch). Ventriloquism and the nature of the unity decision. Commentary on Welch (J. Vroomen). The Development of Temporal and Spatial Intermodal Perception (D.J. Lewkowicz). On the asymmetry of the temporal contiguity window. Commentary on Lewkowicz (G. Aschersleben). Seeing Cries and Hearing Smiles: Crossmodal Perception of Emotional Expressions (B. de Gelder et al.). Crossmodal perception and the function of emotion. Commentary on de Gelder et al. (H. Hecht). Author index. Subject index.