TERMS AND NAMES TO KNOW3.B9

TERMS AND NAMES TO KNOW3.B9 - SENSATION AND PERCEPTION...

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SENSATION AND PERCEPTION absolute threshold accommodation (ocular) aerial haze ambiguous figures Ames Room attention binocular depth cues blind spot bottom-up processing closure cones constructivist view context and perception continuity convergence culture and perception dark adaptation depth perception distal stimuli, distal depth cues ecological view effects of distorted lenses elevation (height in visual field) feature analysis feature detector Fechner’s Law figure-ground fovea ganglion cell Gestalt psychology Gibson habituation illusion innate aspects of perception just noticeable difference (JND) lens linear perspective moon illusion monocular depth cues motion parallax Muller-Lyer illusion optic nerve overlap (interposition) parallel processing in visual system perception perception as intelligence,problem-solving perceptual constancies perceptual hypothesis-testing perceptual organization perceptual set Ponzo illusion proximal stimuli, proximal depth cues proximity psychophysics
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