PSYCH 2004 Lecture 10

PSYCH 2004 Lecture 10 - I. Visual Perception Modified by...

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Unformatted text preview: I. Visual Perception Modified by Experience II. Consciousness --- Defined III. Consciousness --- Freuds View A. Id, Ego, Superego B. Conscious, Preconscious, Unconscious; Iceberg Model IV. Consciousness --- Sleep A. Why We Sleep B. Sleep Stages Want to go over your exam? Stop by the Intro Psych office during office hours, and/or email me for an appt. The Eye The transducer. Image projected onto this (upside-down and backwards) Vision is Modified By Experience The signal goes from the eye to the visual cortex at the back of the brain. The visual cortex takes the visual information and makes sense of it. We take this for granted. But like practically any other part of the brain, the visual cortex is changeable, adaptable, plastic consciousness Defined/discussed in class cocktail party phenomenon: ability to split attention between a foreground conversation and a background one, and in particular remember aspects of the background conversation youre not attending to. Consciousness according to Sigmund Freud (pp. 464-7)Consciousness according to Sigmund Freud (pp....
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