Does Perception Have Content?:
Content, Consciousness, and Perception:Essays in Contemporary Philosophy of Mind
This book develops a unified account of perceptual content, perceptual consciousness, and perceptual evidence. Each is analyzed in terms of the key idea that perception is constituted by employing perceptual capacities - for example the capacity to discriminate red from blue. The view presented is radical, original, and broad in scope.
The Unity of Perception: Content, Consciousness, Evidence:Content, Consciousness, Evidence Susanna Schellenberg
Preservice Teachers´ Perceptions of Content Area Literacy: Florence Omachonu
Perception of teaching literacy in elementary content areas:A mixed methods study Lisa Jones-Moore
The Unity of Perception:Content, Consciousness, Evidence Susanna Schellenberg
Sensation and Perception: CTI Reviews