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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 December 2002

Luiz Pessoa
Affiliation:
Department of Computer and Systems Engineering, Center of Technology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Ilha do Fundao, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 21945–970, Brazil pessoa@cos.ufrj.br www.cos.ufrj.br/~pessoa/
Evan Thompson
Affiliation:
Department of Philosophy and Centre for Vision Research, York University, North York, Ontario, Canada M3J 1P3 event@yorku.ca www.yorku.ca/research/vision/evant.html/
Alva Noë
Affiliation:
Department of Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA 95064 anoe@cats.ucsc.edu www2.ucsc.edu/people/anoe/

Abstract

(1) The main issue with regard to modal and amodal completion is not which phenomena are cognitive, and which perceptual. At the level of the animal, both are visuo-cognitive. At the level of visual processing, however, we need to dissect the different functional effects of these kinds of completion. (2) Resonant binding between distributed cortical areas may play a role in perceptual completion, but evidence is needed.

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