1. Name the nine parts of the process of perception. 2. Describe how the parts of perception inter-relate 3. Why is “knowledge” different? 4. Perception is the result of complex processes in the brain. The perceptual process involves stimuli being processed to form a perceptual response. From the lecture, order the following in the blanks given. Starting with a stimulus in our Environment we first must ____________to a stimulus. The stimulus must activate a___________. The receptor changes the energy from the stimulus into an electrical impulse in a process called ______________. This is followed by ____________in the brain which leads __________, _____________and eventually ______________. Any change in our position then leads to a new perspective on our environment and the cycle begins again. 5. Knowledge changes perception. For example a professor in an art class would view a painting differently than a beginning art student. How can recently acquired knowledge change your perception of the world?
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course SCIENCE FDSCI201 taught by Professor Anderson during the Winter '12 term at BYU - ID.