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Vision constitutes an interesting domain, or range of domains, for debate over the extended mind thesis: the idea that minds extend physically beyond the boundaries of the body. In part this is because vision (and visual experience more particularly) are sometimes presented as a kind of line in...
Response competition operates on movement direction and is effector-independent: Evidence from three free choice reaching tasksDownload
People and other organisms live in complex environments where the number of potential actions is almost always greater than the number of actions that can be performed at a time. Thus, organisms must make decisions about which actions to perform and which to not perform. Theories about how action...
The World in an Object Lesson: Visual Pedagogies in Children's Literature Produced for the 1893 Columbian ExpositionDownload
The World in an Object Lesson addresses the ways in which nineteenth-century reading audiences of the United States were taught to make sense of the visual stimulus of worlds fairs. The Object Lesson was one visual method which was both promoted and critiqued in the material culture of the...
The roles of Pbx and Meis TALE-class homeodomain transcription factors in vertebrate neural patterningDownload
One of the major goals of developmental biology is to understand how specialized groups of cells arise from an initially unspecified cell population. The vertebrate hindbrain is transiently segmented along its anterior-posterior axis into lineage-restricted compartments called rhombomeres, making...
When controlling dynamic systems such as robots a big challenge lies in defining how the desired actions will be accomplished. In industrial settings automation has been possible due to the structured and predictable environments. The repeatability of the tasks makes it viable to manually...
Technical report TR09-03. We propose a method that makes standard turntable-based vision acquisition a practical method for recovering models of human geometry. A human subject typically exhibits some unintended joint motion while rotating on a turntable. Ignoring such motion causes...