HarrisonIntro2007-Perception

HarrisonIntro2007-Perception - Perception 1 PERCEPTION...

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1 Perception
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2 PERCEPTION DEFINED The Process of Becoming Aware of the External World Through Information Gathered By the Sense Organs. Thought to be Influenced by Experience i.e., Learning
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3 PERCEPTION DISTAL STIMULUS PROXIMALSTIMULUS Cognitive Processes Learning Object or Event PHYSICAL ENERGY Sensory Receptor NEURAL ENERGY PERCEPTION
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4 Role of Learning in Perception NATIVISTS e.g., DESCARTES Born With It or Ain’t Gonna Get It EMPIRICISTS e.g., HELMHOLTZ Perception is: LEARNED Perception is: AN ACTIVE PROCESS HYPOTHESIS TESTING
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5 The Necker Cube
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6 Research on Visual Plasticity Visual Perception Research Birds Amphibians Cats Humans
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7 Pecking Patterns of Newly Hatched Chicks Is This Learning?
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8 Reversing Prisms Change Apparent Location of The Corn Appears Here Actual Location
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9 Precision Improves Innate
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Frogs Manipulation Rotate Eye 180 Degrees Are They Malleable? Not Malleable
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