16-color-vision

16-color-vision - Psychology 3040/6014 COLOR VISION 1)...

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Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 COLOR VISION 1) Color vision in nature a) Utility b) Prevalence c) Camouflage 2) Color a) Hue i) Perception of wavelength b) Brightness i) Note: Change in hue with changes in intensity – Bezold-Brucke shift c) Saturation 1 of 6 If a tree falls in the forest, but no one is there, does it have a color?
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Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 3) Color mixture a) Primary Colors b) Secondary Colors c) Tertiary Colors d) Additive color mixture i) Color circle ii) Complementary colors (1) Adding even amounts of two colors (2) Adding different amounts of colors (3) Reducing intensity of each component iii) Metamer iv) Primary colors (1) Why 3 colors? Why not 4 or 5 primary colors? v) Pointillism (Seurat, Signac) vi) Television/Computer Monitors 2 of 6
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Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 e) Subtractive color mixture 4) Effects in color vision a) After images i) Negative after image b) Memory color c) Color constancy 5) Theories of color perception a) Need for a theory b) Theories: i) Trichromatice Receptor Theory ii) Opponent Process Theory 3 of 6
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