November 6 - November 6 Chapter 6 Cones-Color vision C-C...

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November 6 Chapter 6 Cones-Color vision –C-C Taste-taste buds-tongue Face has most nerve endings Nerve endings-feel Nearness : stimuli that are near each other tend to be grouped together Similarity : stimuli that are similar in size shape color or form tend to be grouped together. Closure : tendency to complete a figure so that it has a consistent overall form Continuity : tendency to perceive things as simply as possible with a continuous pattern rather than with a complex broken-up pattern Common region : stimuli that are found within a common area tend to be seen as a group. Accommodation: bending of the lens of the eye to focus on nearby objects Convergence : binocular cue; when you look at something 50 feet or closer, your eyes must turn in to focus on the object. Retinal Disparity : discrepancy in the images that reach the right and left eyes Stereoscopic Vision : three dimensional sight Illusion : misleading or distorted perceptions of stimuli that actually exists Hallucination
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November 6 - November 6 Chapter 6 Cones-Color vision C-C...

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