The legacy of the Austrian tradition of Gestalt Psychology can be best gauged by looking at the investigations on vision carried out by Gaetano Kanizsa, the most oustanding of Musatti's pupils.
This conference follows the meeting held in Rome during June 2001, jointly organized with CREA-Paris and University of Tor Vergata in Rome.
L. Albertazzi, Schools of Gestalt perception K. Nugochi, The relationship between visual illusions and aesthetic preference M. Kubovy, Phenomenology, phenomenological psychophysics, and perceptual organization J. Malik, Ecological statistics and perceptual organization A. Zimmer, The role of invariants for stability and singularity in perception S. Palmer, Early vs late grouping M.A. Stadler, Bottom-up and Top-down components in perception of multistable visual patterns M. Zanforlin, Stereokinetic anomalous contours G.B. Vicario, On masking in visual field J. Petitot, Geometry of V1 and Kanizsa’s contours D. Hoffmann, The role of attention in face perception I. Biedermann, M.C. Mangini, A neurocomputational account of face representation A. Carsetti, Rational perception and self-organization of forms
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