The psychology of seeing

It is indisputable that eyes are essential for sight; however, conscious perception of the visual world relies heavily on the processing capabilities of the brain. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss: the extent of cortical involvement, how the experience of the brain can influence perception and what the implications for this are, and how scientists over the years have been able to devise visual illusions and scientific measures to prove that the brain dictates what we see

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