The information our brain receives fro m our eyes

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The information our brain receives from our eyes doesn’t always accurately represent reality.For example, some of the information received from the 125 million photoreceptors is lost asthe information flows to 100 times fewer ganglion cells before being transmitted to the brainby the optic nerve.To compensate for the loss of information, the brain introduces abstract factors that completeor amplify the components of reality that are transmitted. In doing so, the brain sometimescreates an impression of unity/logic where there is nonein other words, an optical illusion.There are many types of optical illusions including those related to depth, colour, motion, andsize.The written-response items 1 and 2 relate to optical illusions.21.Below is an optical illusion.Hold your head still and move this page to the left thenright and describe what you see.
Assignment Booklet 7Personal Psychology 2010ADLC Personal Psychology 2022.Describe what you see in the optical illusion below.13.What is the name of the taste sensation (basic taste) with a Japanese name?24.What happens if you plug your nose and eat an apple?
Personal Psychology 20Assignment Booklet 7ADLC Personal Psychology 201125.How does the mind compensate when experiencing sensory deprivation?26.How does the mind compensate when experiencing sensory overload?147.Selectoneof the following two options on the following pages and complete theassociated tasks.Remember to enumerate (number) your responses on the responsepage for Option A so your marker knows the item to which you are responding.Responses for Option B may be provided within the Option itself.----------------------------------
Assignment Booklet 7Personal Psychology 2012ADLC Personal Psychology 20Option A:Hot and ColdAs you have learned, the cutaneous sense (touch) involves pressure, pain, andtemperature.For this option you may need to conduct internet (or other) research andyou will conduct a short experiment regarding temperature.You will need three tallglasses (identical glasses if possible), water of varying temperatures, and aclock/watch/timer to time yourself.Once you have the materials, complete thefollowing steps in the order they appear then answer the written-response items thatfollow in the space provided on page 14:Steps:Fill one glass with ice water (very cold), fill one glass with room-temperature water(you can leave the glass of water on a table for a few hours to reach roomtemperature), and fill one glass with very hot water (not boiling).Grasp the glass of hot water with one hand, making sure the palm of your hand istouching the glass.Grasp the glass of ice water with your other hand, making sure the palm of yourhand is touching the glass.Hold the glasses (hot water in one hand, ice water in the other) for 60 seconds.After 60 seconds, grasp the room-temperature glass with both hands, palmstouching the glass.1.Describe, with some detail, the sensations of touching the room-temperatureglass after holding the other two glasses for 60 seconds.(4 marks)2.What is the commonly used temperature scale in Canada called?

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