Palfai_S&P

Palfai_S&P - Perceptual organization Oo oo oo oo oo...

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Sensory Communication The Phantom Limb The model of sensory communication: ENERGY-TRANSDUCER-ENCODING- DECODING STIMULUS-RECEPTOR-NEURON-BRAIN E.M. WAVE-EYE-OPTIC NERVE- OCCIPITAL LOBE
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The Receptor Cell Resting potential = receptor potential Action potential = generator potential RECEPTOR-------NEURON------- BRAIN receptor cell membrane: differential sensitivity
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Nature of Information What gives rise to: intensity: frequency and relative frequency of nerve activity quality: anatomical encoding (specific energies) hear the light and see the sound
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What do we “see”?
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The eye
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Visual phenomena Rods are more sensitive (e.g animals) Cones are more accurate 130m receptors Vs. 1m fibers
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Fig. 4-9, p. 127
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The Eye Visual encoding
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Perception There is more to seeing that meets the eye. Contribution of Gestalt Psychology: Innate perceptual organization: Figure-ground segregation
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Ambiguous figures
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Perception Gestalt contributions: Innate factors: perceptual grouping
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Unformatted text preview: Perceptual organization Oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo -- --- ---- ----- ---- ----Evidence for the MIND Perception Learned factors: Acquired visual cues Personal experience Culture Acquired visual cues Linear Perspective Acquired visual cues Acquired visual cues texture gradient interposition size brightness Personal experience Camouflage The Muller-Lyer illusion The role of experience Zulu Hut The role of experience Ames room Video Can you modify your cells? Plasticity as a function of sensory deprivation or sensory selection Max von Sendens cataract patients, Debi, Kora and Ladd Ivo Kohler (animation) Can you modify your cells? Plasticity as a function of sensory deprivation or sensory selection Blakemore and Cooper Cell plasticity Monkey hand detector, event, place, feature Yellow Volkswagen detector (video)...
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