Unformatted text preview: wishing well. Top down processing: old or young woman. You see what you expect to find. Guided by knowledge or expectations about the world. It's very easy to not be aware of something that you are not looking for. We have limited amounts of mental energy. Attention focuses our resources to certain tasks. Gestalt Law: The overall whole of an object is greater than the sum of its parts. Proximity: Spacing of objects affects how we group them. ... 12 students or 2 groups of 6? Similarity: Parts that are similar to each other are more likely to be together than different ones. Some similarities stand out more than others. Common Fate: Images can hide within images of lines. Depth Perception: Bionocular Cues: Require 2 Eyes. Monocular Cues: Only 1 eye required. “Pictorial Cues”...
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- Winter '09
- Psychology, Physical stimulus, monocular cues, short wavelengths, Pictorial Cues, Bionocular Cues