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Sensory and Perception Exam 2 video paper

Sensory and Perception Exam 2 video paper - anything you...

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Darek Morris P103 Sensation and Perception Segment 7 Video Evaluation Form List 5 facts given in the video that you found interesting or important – why? 1. Perception is our way of making contact with the environment. 2. Dogs can smell things that are 100 times lower in concentration than humans can. 3. Sensation comes from the million different receptors that we have in our body. Each receptor is designed to detect any kind of physical energy. 4. Cortex has the job to put all the different sensory information together and making sense of it. Visual is processed in the occipital, hearing and smell in the temporal lobe. The information is sent to the thalamus. 5. Each person has a different perception of the same situation because of his/her experiences and biases that they may or may not have. What were your reactions to the video (was there anything that surprised you? Was there
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Unformatted text preview: anything you have had personal experience with? Was anything unclear, amusing, etc.? When the narrator showed the pictures of animals and then showed the picture of the “rat man” it was very interesting how those pictures that were shown before the “rat man,” influenced how we perceived the picture. Playing sports all my life, perception was a has a very big influence on the success that you have. Now that I am coaching, my experiences with the perceptions that take place on the court help shape how I coach. Is there something left unanswered you would like to know? I understand that the experiences shape your perception, but how much is perception left to genetics? Did this video change any notions you had before you saw it? If so, explain. No....
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