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Unformatted text preview: f Color Perception : Color T r ichromatic Theory : color perception results from mixing th ree th d istinct color systems (red, green, blue) Opponent- P rocess Theory : color perception results from th ree th systems of color opposites (b lue-yellow, red-green, and black-whi te) blue-yellow, U nderstanding Perception: Understanding I n te rpretation ___Inte rp retation___ i nvolves four major factors: ___Inte _______Perceptual Adaptation___________ _______Perceptual ________Perceptual Set__________ ________Perceptual ________Frame of Reference__________ ________Frame Bottom-Up vs. Top-Down P rocessing Understanding Perception: I n te rp retation _________Perceptual Adaptation_________: b rain adapts to changed _________Perceptual __________environments________ __________environments________ ________Perceptual Set__________: readiness to perceive in a particular ________Perceptual manner, based on _________expectations_________ _________expectations_________ ______Frame of Reference____________: our perceptions depend on the ______Frame ________context__________ of the situation Bottom-Up vs. Top-Down P rocessing: i nfo either starts with raw sensory data or with thoughts, experiences, expectations, language, and cultural knowledge. Understanding Perception: Subliminal Persuasion ______________ (perception without conscious awareness) may occur, but ______________ t here is li t tle or no evidence of __________________. __________________....
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2009 for the course PSYCH PSYC 2000 taught by Professor Terleki during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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