IE577_lecture11 - IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Perceptual Factors...

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IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Perceptual Factors and their Application: Visual Perception
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IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Perception is determined by: Nature of the stimulation characteristics of the stimulus characteristics of the receptors and nervous 2 system Past Experience alterations in the sensory system due to past stimulus conditions development of “rules”/expectancies
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IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Perception is determined by Interpretation (cognitive activity) influences of context fluences of “rules”/expectancies 3 influences of “rules”/expectancies Consideration of multiple sources of information within-sense interaction between-sense comparison
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IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Each Sensory System has: Receptors sensitive to some aspect of environmental stimulation onvert physical stimuli into neural 4 Convert physical stimuli into neural signal
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IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Each Sensory System has: Pathways along which the neural signal is transmitted to the brain
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2009 for the course IE 577 taught by Professor Robert,p during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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IE577_lecture11 - IE/PSY 577 Session 11 Perceptual Factors...

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