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© Oxford University Press 2009. All rights reserved. This chapter looks at changes and developments in the study of object recognition during the past thirty years. It discusses the Marrian revolution attributed to David Marr, who took ideas and concepts from psychophysics with the aim of translating them into working computer models. Another major development during this period was the recognition and serious research on the neural basis of visual perception and object recognition.

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Inside Psychology: A Science Over 50 Years

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