Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc. NJ, 1985, 368 pages,Subject Index, Author Index, some diagrams.
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Item DescriptionEVENTS & ENCOUNTERS AS UNITS OF ANALYSIS FOR ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY -- Units of Analysis in Psychology; Discovery of Optical Flow, Events as Units of Analysis; Encounters as Units; Information; Applic of Group theory to Event Perception; Event Dynamics;
ABOUT VISUAL EVENT PERCEPTION -- Event Perception & Ecological Events; Stimuli for Visual Perception; From Optic Flow to Event Perception; Information in Optic Flow Fields About Object-Motion; Biological Motion & perceptual theory; Visual perception of Dynamics;
JOHANSSON'S APPROACH TO VISUAL EVENT PERCEPTION - GIBSON'S PERSPECTIVE;
REFLECTIONS ON GUNNAR JOHANSSON'S PERSPECTIVE ON THE VISUAL MEASUREMENT OF SPACE & TIME -- Measurement; Statistics & Toplology; Mechanisms;
FORMAL THEORIES OF VISUAL INFORMATION; PERCEIVING ARCHITECTUAL SPACE - FROM OPTIC ARRAYS TO ISOVISTS -- Isovists & Optic Arrays; Isovist Measures; Method, Results;
ACOUSTIC INFOMATION FOR OBJECTS, PLACES & EVENTS - dimensions of acoustic info; past Research; Taxonomy of Acoustic Information;
PERCEIVING PHONETIC EVENTS -- Language Structure; Anisomorphism Paradox; Imitation & Amodality of Speech Perception; Origins of the Sound Pattern of Language;
LANGUAGE & EVENT PERCEPTION, synthesis -- problem of Specificity; Deictic Language; Metaphoric Language; Comprehension; Language in an Enantiomorphic Mirror;
THE PHYSICS OF CONTROLLED COLLISIONS - A REVERIE ABOUT LOCOMOTION; DIALOGUE ON PERCEPTION & ACTION;
WORK GROUP ON VISUAL PERCEPTION -- nature of Events; Methodology of perception etc;
VISUAL INFORMATION -- Illusions; Perception of Rigid Motion; Complexity of Visual Information;
PERCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT -- Event Perception in Infancy; Trends in Development; PERCEPTION & ACTION - char. of motor system that constrain usable information, etc;
SPEECH & SIGN LANGUAGE - constraints on language form; linguistic convention; ecology of conservation; signed & spoken events etc; EVENT COGNITION; BIOLOGY & PHYSICS why information can't be measured; measuring info.