Unformatted text preview: and it insists…. The Phi Phenomenon- goes beyond the sensory input and shows continuous movement. Depth and Distance Perception Binocular Cues- clues from both eyes together Retinal Disparity-Convergence Monocular Cues- clues from a single eye Accommodation Pictorial depth cues Pictorial Dept Cues Linear Perspective Relative size Shadows Interposition Texture Gradients Etc. Stability in the Perceptual World-Perceptual Constancies Stable Perceptions in Spite of Changing Inputs Size Shape Brightness Hue (color) Extra Credit- go to apa.org, click on students, click on considering a career as a psychologist, click on what psychologists do and where they do it., write a brief essay on the sections....
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- Spring '08
- Oliver Sacks, Perception Binocular Cues, Perception- top-down processing, organs Perception- selection