Sensation and Perception

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Sensation and Perception How do our brain and our body feel, and what do we think about. What is our point of views? It is all contact with sensation and perception. The truth is our perception is usually very accurate, we could not survive it if were not. Perception is our way of making contact with our environment, of discovering what is happening outside our body and our brain. This program demonstrates how visual information is gathered and processed, and how our culture, previous experiences, and interests influence our perception. All species have developed special sensory apparatus to gather information essential for survival psychologists study all sensory processes- hearing, smell, taste, and so on. But their major focus, and ours, is on visual perception. Our sensory abilities and usually measured by the absolute threshold, the weakest level of a stimulus that can be accurately detected at least half the time, our sensory knowledge of these stimuli come from the many millions of specialized receptors spread
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Kdkdk during the Fall '11 term at SDSMT.

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