Vision and Brain
How We Perceive The World
"The significance of this book lies in bringing together in one volume key ideas on how the brain solves the tremendous problem of getting an accurate representation of the outside world, based on the relatively impoverished data that the eyes provide it. James Stone provides a clear, concise, and informative explanation for a wide readership."
Thomas Papathomas, Rutgers University
"In a clear and engaging style, James Stone introduces fascinating questions about visual science to students. This broad-ranging book touches on introductory psychology, computational neuroscience, motion, color, and several other topics. It should awaken enthusiasm in the field, particularly for students with little experience in research in vision and neuroscience."
Gabriel Kreiman, Harvard Medical School; co-editor of Visual Population Codes