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Unformatted text preview: Exam 2 Review Notes Ch. 4 Q. 2 See slide 34 • Photoreceptor reports directly to on-center of ganglion cell below it (excited by 3), and laterally to off-centers of neighboring ganglion cells (inhibited by 1) CH. 4 Q. 1 What factors influence detection of presence or absence of signal?=NOT IMPORTANT Ch. 5 Q. 1 Gestalt laws of grouping Look at figure 5.8, slides 69 + 71 (negation of gestalt law) Name + describe each of 4 laws w/ examples • Proximity =we tend to group things that are closer together • Similarity =we tend to group things that are similar in color, shape, orientation, etc. • Good Continuation =we tend to group things that seem to be continuous • Closure/Completion Phenomenon =we fill in gaps w/ things that aren’t there to make sense of them (e.g. corners triangle, pg. 186) o Subjective Contours =we segregate foreground and background depending on contours (e.g. old woman/young lady) Ch. 7 Q. 2 Depressed rat story : Lured rat (unkempt, angry) out of cage by making noise of pellet dispenser and putting pellet in...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Edgarcoons during the Fall '11 term at NYU.
- Fall '11