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The Science of Social Vision

Engels | 1e druk | Hardcover | 9780195333176 | 504 pagina's

Adams - 9780195333176

 

Engels | 1e druk | Hardcover | 9780195333176 | 504 pagina's

The human visual system is particularly attuned to and remarkably efficient at processing social cues. We can effectively "read" others' mental and emotional states and make snap judgments about their characters and dispositions, simply by watching them. Given what is clearly a close relationship between vision and social interaction, it has become increasingly clear to social psychologists seeking to better understand the functional and neuroanatomical mechanisms underlying social perception that vision plays a critical role in the development and maintenance of social exchange. Likewise, vision scientists have come to appreciate the profound impact people, as social agents, have had on the visual system, acknowledging just how important it is to consider the socially adaptive functions that system evolved to perform.

The Science of Social Vision explores the biologically determined to the culturally shaped influences on social vision. Four themes emerge throughout the 25 chapters from leaders in the field. These include:
1) Visually mediated attention moderates complex social interactions and plays a critical role in the development of social cognition;
2) Visual features perceptually determine categorical thinking and have profound downstream consequences including stereotype activation;
3) Perceptual experiences can be directly triggered by visual cues, in which case, visual and social perception are essentially equivalent processes;
4) Social factors exert powerful top-down influences on even low-level visual perception, at some times biasing, while at others fine-tuning perceptual acuity.

This book heralds the new field of social vision, and showcases the cutting edge and broadly interdisciplinary research that is currently at its forefront. Together the perspectives drawn from these various fields offer unique insight into the origin, adaptive purpose, and cognitive, cultural, and biological underpinnings of social vision that will help to shape and guide the way we think about and examine social visual perception. The Science of Social Vision will provide a valuable resource for students and scholars across a wide range of fields, including cognitive, developmental, and social psychology, vision science, cognitive neuroscience, social neuroscience, and ethology.

 

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The Science of Social Vision Engels | 1e druk | Hardcover | 9780195333176 | 504 pagina's
TaalEngels
BindwijzeHardcover
Verschijningsdatumnovember 2010
Druk1e druk
Aantal pagina's504 pagina's
IllustratiesNee
ISBN139780195333176
AuteurAdams
RedactieReginald B. Adams | Ken Nakayama | Shinsuke Shimojo
UitgeverOxford University Press Inc
Extra groot lettertypeNee



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