Quiz 2-lecture 3
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Psychology 240
- Quiz 2-lecture 3
Last Modified: 2011-07-12
Related Textbooks:Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research and Everyday Experience (with Coglab 2.0 Online Booklet)
Proximal- pattern of light ray on the retina (sensory data, raw info from external on sensory organs) lot of info lost from distal stimulus, 2D
Representation - Actual perceptual experience of object, conscience experience
Reaction - What you say or do to indicate what perceive (cog psych to understand process of perception)
Visual illusions (misperceptions)
Need to be study
But perceptual experience does
All the information you need is in the proximal stimulus.
Stimulus information is unambiguous.
Our brains are pre-wired to pick up this information.
Movement helps us to pick up the information. (cue!!!!)
Sensory information is often ambiguous.
Must rely on knowledge/expectations.
Direct perception: perception is purely bottom-up. (no expectation/knowledge)
Monocular:Relative Size, Shadow, Interposition, Linear Perspective, Aerial Perspective, Texture Gradient, Motion Parallax
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