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1 Sensation & Perception Notes Set I Roadmap Sensation vs. Perception General Info on Sensation Vision Body Position and Movement Sensation vs. Perception Sensation “process that occurs when special receptors in the sense organs are activated, allowing various forms of outside stimuli to become neural signals in the brain” (textbook) Perception “method by which the sensations experienced at any given moment are interpreted and organized in some meaningful fashion” (textbook)
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2 Sensation vs. Perception Proximal Stimuli Distal Stimuli Perceptual Constancy Sensation: General Information Transduction “process of converting outside stimuli [stimulus energies] into neural activity” Sensory Adaptation Sensory organ becomes less responsive to unchanging stimulus Habituation Sensory organ processing, but brain ignoring
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3 Sensation: General Information Other Principles in Book: Absolute Thresholds Just Noticeable Difference Subliminal Stimulation Vision Electromagnetic Spectrum Vision
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2010 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Dan during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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