ch2 - Chapter 02 PERCEPTION Goal How do we identified what...

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1 Chapter 02 PERCEPTION Goal How do we identified what is in the world outside of our bodies? Distinction between early and late visual processing • Early visual processing: Processing visual information, but not patterns • Late visual processing: Pattern perception, recognition VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING
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2 Early visual processing: VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Evidence of topographic organization Early visual processing: VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Edge detectors Respond positively to light on one side of a line and negatively to light on the other side. Bar detectors Respond positively to light in the center and negatively to light at the periphery, or vice versa.
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3 Early visual processing: VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Hermann Grid Texture gradient VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Elements tend to appear more closely packed together as the distance from the view increases. Early visual processing: Perceiving Depth Texture gradient VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Elements tend to appear more closely packed together as the distance
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