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4/8/09 1 FOCUS AND KEYSTONE SLIDE Sensation Importing the Important Percentage-of-Change Lecture 05: Sensation & Perception THIS WAS 15 MINUTES SHORT IN 2009 Lecture 05: Sensation & Perception Lecture 05: Sensation & Perception Perception is the process by which changes in the state of the brain give rise to our experience of the world.
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4/8/09 2 Lecture 05: Sensation & Perception Realism: Feels Right, Is Wrong Idealism: Feels Wrong, Is Right John Locke (1632-1704) Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) Sensation Importing the Important Percentage-of-Change Detection Perception Realism and Idealism Perceiving More than We Can Sense Lecture 05: Sensation & Perception Sensation: Importing the Important Sensation: Importing the Important
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4/8/09 3 The Proximal Senses Touch Taste The Distal Senses Vision Audition Olfaction Sensation: Importing the Important Sensation: Importing the Important Sensation: Importing the Important VISUAL CAPTURE Sensation: Importing the Important VISUAL CAPTURE The McGurk Effect
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4/8/09 4 Sensation: Importing the Important VISUAL CAPTURE The McGurk Effect Sensation: Importing the Important Fast Slow Speed High Low Richness Medium Directionality Range Reliable nothing Unreliable air Predictable Unpredictable Unlimited Limited VISION OLFACTION & AUDITION Olfaction & Audtion Vision Sensation: Importing the Important Sensation: Importing the Important
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4/8/09 5 Sensation: Importing the Important COLOR + MOTION + FORM + DEPTH = Sensation: Importing the Important Massive Parallelism Feature Integration Theory COLOR + MOTION + FORM + DEPTH = GILBERT Sensation: Importing the Important The What and Where Pathways Visual Form Agnosia Damage to “What” Pathway Visual Object Agnosia “A convoluted red form with a linear green attachment lacking the simple symmetry of the Platonic solids. ..” (Oliver Sacks’ patient) Sensation: Importing the Important
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4/8/09 6 Tracking Grasping The What and Where Pathways Sensation: Importing the Important
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