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PSYC1101-I 02/04/2010 Perception Perceived color depends on wavelength of light Involves interception I. Theories of Color Perception a. Trichromatic Theory b. Opponent-Process Theory II. Perciving Form a. Bottom-Up Processing: process b. Top-down Processing: relies on context, expectation, knowledge c. Theories of Object recognition i. Geons: part based object recognition ii. Templates: image based object recognition d. Principles of Perceptual Organization (Gestalt Principles) i. Simplicity ii. Closure iii. Continuity iv. Similarity v. Proximity vi. Common fate vii.
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Unformatted text preview: Figure-ground III. Perceptual Constancies a. Shape constancy b. Size constancy c. Color constancy d. Brightness constancy IV. Perceiving Depth & Distance a. Binocular Cues (with two eyes) i. Convergence ii. Binocular disparity b. Monocular Cues (with one eye) i. Familiar size ii. Linear perspective iii. Texture gradient iv. Interposition v. Relative height vi. Motion based depth cue (Motion parallax) V. Some Illusions of Depth and Size a. Length of lines with linear perspective PSYC1101-I 02/04/2010 b. Moon illusion c. Ames room...
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