P329 Problem Set 2

P329 Problem Set 2 - P329 Problem Set#2 Bari Singer 1 If...

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P329 Problem Set #2 Bari Singer 1. If you mix together violet paint that only reflects wavelengths less than 430nm and red paint that only reflects wavelengths greater than 630nm the resulting mixture would be purple. Recall from the slides that purple results from the combination of very short and very long wavelengths. This produces activity in only S and L cones. 430nm (violet) and 630nm (red) are considered very short and very long wavelengths (respectively). Purple cannot be matched to one single wavelength. 2. Since there are no S-cones in the fovea of a normal human adult, this would imply that a person has yellow-blue colorblindness. This does not mean, however, that a person cannot distinguish these colors in their periphery. 3. Many species of lizards have eyes that are placed on opposite sides of their heads and do “push-ups” because they have monocular vision meaning each of their eyes is used separately. Because each eye sees things differently and their visual fields do not cross, lizards, as well as some
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course PSY-P 329 taught by Professor Jasongold during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.

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