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Adapted from The Arrow in the Eye: The Psychology of Perspective and Renaissance Art, by Michael Kubovy, originally published by Cambridge University Press in 1988 (ISBN: 0521368499). This version includes updates and corrections by Michael Kubovy and Christopher Tyler.
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Michael Kubovy is a professor of cognitive psychology with interests in visual and auditory perception, cognition, psychology of visual art and music, the nature of pleasure, and the philosophy of mind. He is a cognitive scientist who is particularly interested in the phenomenology of experience. He conducts experiments with human observers, analyze visual and auditory patterns, and develops mathematical models.
Supported by the University of Virginia Department of Psychology and IDEA.