SPECIAL POPULATIONS - SPECIAL POPULATIONS Social Factors Perception and Cognition Relationships o Attention restoration o Sensory deprivation o

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SPECIAL POPULATIONS Social Factors April 19, 2010 Perception and Cognition - Relationships o Attention restoration o Sensory deprivation o Sensory overload o Role of emotion o Synesthesia o Sensory integration disorder The role of emotion- Two factor theory of emotion- emotion is from Physiological response and cognition - This was done by a attractive female on the bridge where the physiological response is triggered by height and not the female. o They were confused o Well you can do the same thing and play up emotion with retail and sales- how to get someone aroused - Aesthetic Judgments- Beautiful, Neutral or Ugly o Found that the same nerve impulse of beauty the same part of the brain that uses passion and extreme emotion lights up and o Whereas the ugly triggered the fight or flight image. Sensory Integration Disorder- sensory info is sensed normally, but perceived or interpreted abnormally which can result in distress or confusion. -
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course ENVD 3114 taught by Professor Pyatt during the Spring '10 term at University of Colorado Denver.

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SPECIAL POPULATIONS - SPECIAL POPULATIONS Social Factors Perception and Cognition Relationships o Attention restoration o Sensory deprivation o

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