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142. Our capacity for perceptual constancy even as illumination and retinal image changeillustrates the importance ofA)difference thresholds.B)stroboscopic movement.C)top-down processing.D)blindsight.
143. Color constancy refers to the fact that
144. To experience color constancy, we should view things
145. Jody's horse looks just as black in the brilliant sunlight as it does in the dim light of thestable. This illustrates what is known as
146. Brightness constancy is most clearly facilitated byA)proximity.B)interposition.C)relative luminance.D)retinal disparity.
147. The amount of light reflected by an object relative to the amount reflected bysurrounding objects is called
148. Although college textbooks frequently cast a trapezoidal image on the retina, studentstypically perceive the books as rectangular objects. This illustrates the importance of
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