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The 30th Sir Frederick Bartlett lecture. Fact, artefact, and myth about blindsight.

Abstract:

Blindsight is the ability, still controversial if a vote is taken, of subjects with clinically blind field defects to detect, localize, and discriminate visual stimuli of which the subjects say they are completely unaware--the original definition--or of which they might be aware but not in the sense of experiencing a visual percept. These two conditions are known as blindsight Types I and II. This Bartlett lecture narrates the discovery of blindsight and its mounting opposition, and it evalua...

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10.1080/02724980343000882

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
Experimental Psychology
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Author
Journal:
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology More from this journal
Volume:
57
Issue:
4
Pages:
577-609
Publication date:
2004-05-01
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EISSN:
1464-0740
ISSN:
0272-4987
Language:
English
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pubs:23687
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uuid:69569594-556f-4ecb-a91f-f33a692b86e8
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pubs:23687
Source identifiers:
23687
Deposit date:
2012-12-19

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