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Paid Experiment Announcement Volunteers will get: $15 cash Extra practice with concepts from this week’s class. Requirements: Must be enrolled in this class! Participation involves 1. Register online for the study. Registration open until midnight Friday 2 10 2. Log in this weekend (Saturday 2 11 or Sunday 2 12) Study psychology concepts at home through your browser. Will last 30 min to 1 hour. 3. Come to PSYC 3195 next Saturday (2 18) between 10 AM and 5PM. Test on psychology concepts and complete a short questionnaire Will last 30 min. Receive payment Important Information This study is completely voluntary! You do not have to participate! It will not affect your grade in any way! Your data will be kept confidential! Identifying information such as name or email will only be used to record who participated in the study (for payment purposes). Your actual data will be stripped of identifying information. If you would like to participate… Visit http://learningweb.psych.purdue.edu and register before midnight Friday. Registration is limited to the first 100 people You must register with a purdue.edu email address! Questions or concerns? Please email me at [email protected]
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Sensation & Perception PSY 12000: Fall 2011 Purdue University Dr. Eric D. Wesselmann 5 Sensation & Perception ¾ Sensation z The building blocks of experience z Result of sensory receptors in the body located in the sense organs which include the eyes, ears, tongue, nose, skin, and internal body tissue ¾ Perception z The collection of processes used to arrive at a meaningful interpretation of sensations Overview ¾ Psychophysics z Thresholds z Sensory Adaptation z Subliminal Perception 7 Thresholds ¾ Stimulus: z Any detectable input from the environment.
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