Part I was originally written in 1951 and Part II in 1953. The monograph is a description of a series of related experiments going on for the past 34 yr. and concerned with how things look and how they eventually come to look when the light to the eyes is altered by various optical attachments (spectacles) to the O’s head. When the perceptual process is disturbed in this way there are aftereffects in that the retina works in one way with the eye in one position and in another way with the eye in another position. “No experimental discovery of this century is more completely at odds with the traditional theory of the neural projection of a retinal picture than this one. ” The experimental results are discussed theoretically and there are speculations concerning applications to other fields.
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