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8/17/11 Today: Perception (cont.), Learning Sensation and Perception (cont.) Visual Perception (cont.) Perception as interpretation Learning Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning
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8/17/11 Visual Perception: Constancy Brain is also good at retaining color (hue) and lightness (intensity, saturation) based on other light cues
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8/17/11 Visual Perception: Constancy Brain is also good at retaining color (hue) and lightness (intensity, saturation) based on other light cues But this can be fooled, too!
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8/17/11 Perception as Interpretation Another in-class experiment!
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8/17/11 Perception as Interpretation Cognitive effects on perception: Context effects What we perceive depends in part on what we are prepared to perceive Schema effects Previously learned schemas influence what we perceive
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8/17/11 Learning: Overview o Learning: a relatively permanent change in thought or behavior due to experience o Much of learning centers on association o connecting events or facts that occur in sequence.
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