L1.4 - Perception (Jul-15)

L1.4 - Perception (Jul-15) - Face recognition Face...

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Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 — Perception Face Recognition ! Faces are highly similar, but we need to differentiate them ! Apparent "face recognition module" in brain (fusiform face area [FFA]) ! Prosopagnosia — inability to recognize faces 32 Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 — Perception Face Recognition ! Also active in other cases of ±ne-grained distinctions ! Studies with arti±cial stimuli ("greebles") show similar effects ! Thus, FFA may be for ±ne-grained distinctions in general 33 Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 — Perception Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 Perception Prologue Lower Levels of Perception High-Level Perception Interactions 34 Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 — Perception Top-Down Processing 35 Conceptual knowledge inFuences perception
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Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 — Perception Context Effects 36 Psychology C120: Lecture 1.4 — Perception Reicher (1969) ! Show word or letter, followed by a mask ! Ask to pick letter in given position
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course PSYCH 120 taught by Professor Hald during the Summer '09 term at Berkeley.

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L1.4 - Perception (Jul-15) - Face recognition Face...

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