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22-constancy-illusions - Angle of regard ii Apparent...

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Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 CONSTANCY 1) Lightness Constancy a) Albedo 2) Size Constancy a) Emmert’s Law b) Limits of size constancy 3) Shape Constancy 4) Summary of Constancy 1 of 4
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Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 ILLUSIONS Visual illusions are often the result of heuristic perceptual processes trying to deal with rare, ambiguous, or contrived stimuli 1) Ames Illusions a) Trapezoidal window b) Ames room 2) Moon Illusion a) Possible explanations i)
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Unformatted text preview: Angle of regard ii) Apparent distance iii) Others 2 of 4 Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 3) Muller-Lyer Illusion 4) Ponzo Illusion 5) Poggendorff Illusion 6) Contrast Illusions 3 of 4 Psychology 3040/6014 Spring, 2008 7) Reversible and Multistable Images 8) Components/Factors in Illusory Perception a) Optical and retinal factors b) Cognitive components 9) Impossible Figures 10) Summary 4 of 4...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYC 3040 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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