psych8-3 - F Relative height interposition light shadows...

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Chapter 8 Section 3 Chapter 8 Section 3 Guided Reading Guided Reading
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A. The brain receives information from the senses organizes it and interprets it unconsciously
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B. Proximity, continuity, similarity, and closure
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C. The ability to discriminate between the ground and a figure against a background
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D. Experience and inborn capabilities
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E. 1. Involvement in our environment along with our needs, beliefs, and expectations. E. 2. If it were presented below the absolute threshold
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Unformatted text preview: F. Relative height, interposition, light, shadows, texture density gradient, motion parallax, linear perspective, and relative motion G. Distance information compensates for the changing eye information H. 1. When perceptual cues are distorted H. 2. Clairvoyance, telepathy, psycho kinesis, and precognition Chapter 8 Section 3 Chapter 8 Section 3 Vocabulary Vocabulary 1. B 2. C 3. A 4. C 5. D 6. C...
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