Perception, action, consciousness
N. Gangopadhyay, M. Madary, & F. Spicer
Oxford University Press (2010)
This book sets out to discuss a debate within the cognitive sciences as to the relationship of perception and action. One view is that this involves on a dual visual system driving the mainly separate functioning of perception and action. The alternative proposal is a system in which the sensory and motor systems are interactive with perception, and where consciousness is essentially viewed as a function of action and movement. [Read more] ...