Lecture+22+Sensory+and+Perception(11,15) - Sensory and...

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Sensory and Perception Photoreceptor Cells Cones Color sensitive Concentrated around fovea (the central focus on the retina) Photoreceptor Cells (cont’d) Rods Color blind Predominate in the periphery The eye is not a camera! Perception Perceptual Organization Direct (Gibson) Constructivist Perceptual Set Tendency to see one thing or the other when dealing w/reversible figures Vases vs. faces Perceptual Set (cont’d) Younger people tend to see younger woman Older people tend to see older person Depth Perception Monocular Cues Only use 1 eye Binocular Cues Use of 2 eyes Monocular Cues Relative Size If we assume 2 objects are similar size, we perceive the one that casts the smaller image as farther away Monocular Cues (cont’d) Overlap When 1 object is partially covered by another, we perceive it as farther away Monocular Cues (cont’d) Linear perspective/distance
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2011 for the course PSY 120 taught by Professor Donnely during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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Lecture+22+Sensory+and+Perception(11,15) - Sensory and...

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