Psych_129_Lect_2_Motion_Perception

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Motion Perception
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1) Problem; Evolution 2) Movement across retina does not always result in perception of motion 3) Movement sensitivity 4) Primate visual physiology 5) Physiological studies on the rabbit (Barlow) 6) Human motion perception (Do we have motion detectors?) 7) Effects of Context 9) Apparent motion 10) Ambiguous motion 11) Ambiguous display 12) Correspondence problem in motion 13) Illusions of apparent motion Outline
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Biological Functions of Motion Perception Living Things Move Motion Parallax / Optic Flow Defeating Camouflage Recognizing Biological Motion - Dot Walker
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Motion Parallax Object in the distance move slower than objects nearby.
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Optic Flow
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Biological Motion – Dot Walker Johansson (1973) attached small points of light at the joints of human actors, and filmed them moving about in the dark. Movie
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Motion Mechanisms Primates Photoreceptors Bipolar Cells Retinal Ganglion Cells Horizontal Cells (don’t worry about these)
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course PSYCH 129 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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Psych_129_Lect_2_Motion_Perception - Motion Perception...

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