Chap 4 Perception S10

Chap 4 Perception S10 - vanishing point, a cue known as:...

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Perception Perception – the organization, identification and interpretation of sensations experienced to form a mental representation of the physical world Gestalt Principles of Perceptual Organization – rules or principles by which objects are grouped together or segregated from one another Depth Cues - Monocular : aspects of a stimulus scene that yield information about depth and distance using only one eye. Binocular : binocular disparity, resulting in the perception called stereopsis. Motion Parallax . Size constancy - the tendency to interpret an object as always being the same actual size, regardless of its distance. Illusions of Depth and Size – Muller-Lyer illusion, moon illusion, Ames room Menu
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Menu LO 3.14 Gestalt principles of perception
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The Rubin Figure
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Menu LO 3.15 Perceiving the world in three dimensions
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Familiar Size and Relative Size
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LINEAR PERSPECTIVE, TEXTURE GRADIENT, LIGHT AND SHADOW, INTERPOSITION Menu
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Binocular Disparity
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Question Parallel lines seem to converge to a
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Unformatted text preview: vanishing point, a cue known as: A. texture gradient B. interposition C. aerial perspective D. linear gradient E. linear perspective Answer Parallel lines seem to converge to a vanishing point, a cue known as A. texture gradient. B. interposition. C. aerial perspective. D. linear gradient. E. linear perspective. Menu LO 3.16 Visual illusions When you are in a moving vehicle, nearby objects appear to move quickly while distant objects appear to move slowly. This is due to what depth cue? A. motion parallax B. binocular disparity C. monocular depth cue D. perceptual constancy E. apparent motion Question When you are in a moving vehicle, nearby objects appear to move quickly while distant objects appear to move slowly. This is due to what depth cue? A. motion parallax B. binocular disparity C. monocular depth cue D. perceptual constancy E. apparent motion Answer Menu LO 3.16 Visual illusions Menu LO 3.16 Visual illusions Ame’s room illusion...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Boyle during the Spring '10 term at Loyola Chicago.

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Chap 4 Perception S10 - vanishing point, a cue known as:...

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