What is plasticity and why is it important for brain development Chapter 4

What is plasticity and why is it important for brain

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What is plasticity, and why is it important for brain development? Chapter 4: Sensation and Perception What is sensation? What is bottom-up processing? What is top-down processing? Define each of the following terms that apply to all senses: osubliminal sensation: How do the amplitude and wavelength of a light wave influence our visual perception?Describe the role of each of the following structures of the eye: oiris What is the trichromatic theory of color vision? vision? What is the opponent-process theory of colorthree types of cones: each responsible for a pair of colors opponent colors: red- green, yellow- blue, black- white)oWhat are afterimages?What is perceptual constancy, and how does it influence perception?oHow does your brain use schemas to maintain perceptual constancy?What is attention, and how does it influence perception? Be sure to include the following terms:oselective attentionopop-outochange blindnessoStroop task
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What is synesthesia? What is ideasthesia? What is our current explanation for why these things may happen? )
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