Advances in Visual Perception Research Hardback
Edited by Thomas Heinen
This book provides a state-of-the-art discussion forum for topics that are of high interest in the field of visual perception research.
Experts from different countries and different scientific disciplines, such as medicine, psychology, neuroscience, sport and movement science, provide a number of significant contributions, covering recent theoretical developments, innovative methodical developments, current research evidence, as well as implications for practical applications in the field of visual perception.
Topics discussed in the book include the role of importance in visual perception, accuracy and bias in emotion perception, automated vector-based gaze analysis, visual-vestibular interactions when performing complex skills, variability of fixation durations in healthy participants, gaze behaviour in subjects with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, perception of moving objects in real life, controlling posture in differing perceptual information situations, orientation matching in perceptual space, error correction on the basis of visual information in sports, visual perceptual learning in cytopathology, visuomotor behaviour in virtual reality situations, role of augmented visual feedback in motor learning, informational domains in integrating information from different sensory sources, and the role of visual inputs in sensorimotor integration.
Given the wide range of topics and scientific disciplines, this book may be an important source of information for graduate students, researchers and practitioners that study and work in the field of visual perception.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 365 pages
- Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 01/06/2015
- Category: Perception
- ISBN: 9781634824552