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2)Create a graph to calculate the size of your illusion (you can do this by hand or byusing the excel/google spreadsheets template). Please paste your graph below.
3)What was your Point of Subjective Equality (PSE)? Write the number below.
4)Compute the size of your illusion. In other words, how many pixels longer did theline on the RIGHT have to be before you saw it as being longer? (Hint: remember thereference line was always 160 pixels in length).
5)Let’s imagine we tested someone in this experiment who has never had exposure tobuildings/corners in real life. If we assume that the carpentered world hypothesis iscorrect, what would their PSE would be? What would the size of their illusion be?
6)Given what we talked about in class, give one explanation for why we tend to see theline with the arrow tails as being longer than the line with the arrowheads? Is thisdue to top-down or bottom-up processing?
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Term
Spring
Professor
Zaidel
Tags
Harshad number, Left wing politics, Archery