VisualPerception

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Visual Perception 1. 2. Gestalt Laws of Grouping 3. Pattern Perception 1. templates vs prototypes 2. bottom-up vs top-down processing 4. Depth 1. Monocular and binocular cues 5. 6. Motion 1. PET Scan of Visual Perception Problem Solving in Vision
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The Young/Old Illusion Illusory Contours
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The Gestalt Psychologists Kurt Koffka Wolfgang Kohler Max Wertheimer Gestalt Grouping Gestalt Principles of Grouping ± proximity : elements closest to each other belong to the same figure ± similarity : elements similar to each other belong to the same figure ± closure : elements “missing” from the figure are seen as part of the figure and filled in ± good continuation : when multiple interpretations of elements exist, the simplest will be preferred ± common fate : elements that move together are seen as a single figure
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Gestalt: Proximity Gestalt: Similarity Gestalt: Closure (Occlusion)
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Gestalt: Good Continuation Pattern Recognition
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2010 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 101 taught by Professor D during the Fall '09 term at Waterloo.

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