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PSY2012, sec. 3934 Spring 2008 Dr. Howland SENSATION AND PERCEPTION (Ch. 4)   N.B. – This outline is neither exhaustive nor a required structural organization of the reading in this  chapter. (N.B., many bold-faced terms in the text are omitted from this outline – You are  still  responsible  for them and all of the other material in the text). Rather, it is provided to you as one way to guide your  reading and study of the material contained in this chapter.   I.   VISION      A.    Visual Sensation             1.    Psychophysics                   a.  thresholds                   b.  signal detection             2.    Light: the stimulus             3.    Eye: the detector                    a.  signal transduction                    b.  dark adaptation                    c.  beyond rods and cones             4.    Color Vision
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Dobson during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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chapter 4 - PSY2012, sec. 3934 Spring 2008 Dr. Howland...

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