L4 Perception - PerceptionandAttention...

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  Perception and Attention I. Visual perception of form II. Depth perception III. Perceptual constancy IV.  Models of Perception (Pattern Recognition) V. Attention. 
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I. Visual perception of form A. Figure Ground  B. Illusory contours-  line that does not exist  C.  Perceptual Grouping of elements (Gestalt laws of  grouping)   1. Law of Proximity - objects that are close together are  perceived as belonging together 2. Law of similarity - objects that are similar are  grouped together 2. Law of good continuity - interpret images as the way that  makes the most continuous sense 4. Law of closure - we make the simplest figure we can   5. Law of Common Fate - objects that move together  [share a common fate] are perceived as belonging together
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D.Closure II. Depth perception A. Binocular cues - require both eyes 1. Binocular disparity - the further the  object, the greater the disparity [3D vision]
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course PSY 110 taught by Professor Winters during the Fall '08 term at University of Miami.

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