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Unformatted text preview: Taste receptors Biological/cultural preferences for taste Touch and pain Types of skin receptor properties Theories of pain transduction and phantom pain Propriocetion Vestibular and kinesthetic senses Be able to apply Gestalt principles to form perception What cues does the brain use perceive depth and distance with only one eye? How about with two eyes? How would you respond to a question asking you about “optical illusions”? What is a perceptual set? How do context and motivation change perception? In what situations might needs, beliefs, emotions, or expectations affect what we see, hear, taste, smell, or feel? How are people persuaded by subliminal perception? Why do people believe that clairvoyance and precognition take place?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Tyler during the Fall '08 term at Clemson.
- Fall '08