Spatial organization psy 345 FLOWERS week 2 - SPATIAL...

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SPATIALORGANIZATIONPRESENTATIONUNIVERSITY OF PHOENIXFelicita FlowersPSY/345February 22, 2016Dr. James
INTRODUCTIONOur vision does more for us than to just let us look at the world around us.Vision needs to beorganized, if it isn’t then we cannot make sense of all the information that we take it from theenvironment and gathers in.Not only is our perception affected by this line of organization but otherbehaviors and their senses are affected as well. Here are the main points that I will be demonstrating toyou today:The concept of Spatial organizationHow Spatial organization affects visual perceptionHow perception influences behavior
The concept:-evolving.com/Visual_and_Spatial_Intelligence.htmlAccording to the text, spatial organization isreferring toThe way in which stimuli is represented inspecificLocations within our nervous system.Italso tells us when objects are high, low,Or left and right.It is the organizationwithin the visual spaceThat gets transformed and organized intothe eye; this imageIs then created on the retina.

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Term
Summer
Professor
Psychology
Tags
Psychology, SPATIAL ORGANIZATION

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