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RALPH HABER
Visual perception is as much concerned with remembering what we have seen as with the act of seeing itself. When I look at a picture, I am aware that I am seeing it, and I can describe the experience of seeing. I can also remember what I saw after the picture is no longer there. - Ralph Haber - "How We Remember What We See", Scientific American, May, 1970

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