SENSATION and PERCEPTION

SENSATION and PERCEPTION - SENSATION Vision...

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SENSATION Vision Most studied of all our senses How We See Color  Hue        Additive color mixing –      Brightness        Parts of our eye           Pupil  Hole –    Pupillary reflex-    Iris –      Lens    Converting Light into Images  Retina -       Where visual transduction takes place  Photoreceptors –    
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Rods and Cones Rods       Great for dim and dark settings   Dark adaptation –     Cones      Clustered in the Fovea (center of eye)       Color vision Fast adapting rate Inside the Retina Photoreceptors connect to    Bipolar cells connect to      
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Play-by-play of visual information processing 1. Energy is received…. . 2. Rods and cones take on translating energy into neural signals 4. Ganglion cells are now activated, they combine, analyze, encode information in the  receptive fields
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