Ch 4-1 - Cocktail Party Effect Other Factors 2. Perceptual...

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Chapter 4-1: Sensation and Perception Sensation Perception I. General Sensation Concepts A. Transduction B. Bottom-Up Processing C. Top-Down Processing D. Evolutionary Perspective E. Sensory receptors 1. Photoreception 2. Mechanoreception 3. Chemoreception F. Synaesthesia/Phantom Limb Pain G. Sensory Thresholds 1. Absolute threshold 2. Noise 3. Difference threshold (JND) Weber’s law 4. Subliminal Perception H. Signal Detection Theory 1. Selective Attention
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Unformatted text preview: Cocktail Party Effect Other Factors 2. Perceptual Set 3. Sensory Adaptation II. Vision A. Light 1. Wavelength 2. Amplitude 3. Purity B. The Eye 1. Sclera 2. Iris 3. Pupil 4. Cornea 5. Lens 6. Retina C. Transduction Rods v. Cones fovea rods/cones >>> bipolar cells >>> ganglion cells >>> optic nerve >>> brain blind spot D. Visual Cortex Feature detectors Parallel Processing Binding (Color vision--not on test)...
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Ch 4-1 - Cocktail Party Effect Other Factors 2. Perceptual...

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