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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 90 pages long!)

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YORKPSYC 2220Leasley DeazWinter

PSYC 2220 Midterm: Comprehensive study guide for Midterm 1 (chapters/lecture notes 1-6)

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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxSummer

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Psychophysics, Far-Sightedness, Kurt Koffka

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YORKPSYC 2220Ingo FrundFall

PSYC 2220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 143 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
1. stimulus > light is reflected and focused (distal stimulus is focused through the cornea and produces and image in the retina ((proximal stimulus))
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxSummer

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Visual Agnosia, Occipital Lobe, Visual Cortex

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The perceptual process: begins with stimuli in the environment and ends with behavioural responses, stimuli (steps 1-2) Start by observing environmenta
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - X86, The Observer, Temporal Lobe

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Psyc 2220 lecture 1: stage 1 : environmental stimulus, stage 2 : light is reflected and transferred. Image of contact falling at the back of the eye: s
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Several settings are made for each stimulus condition. This method is fast, and typically easy for the observer to perform. Method of limits - observer
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YORKPSYC 2220Ingo FrundFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Spectral Sensitivity, Absorption Spectroscopy, Corrective Lens

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5 Feb 2018
Energy received by rod and cone receptors (visual pigment) transduced to elec. Energy; (4) transmission through neural processing either amplified/atte
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxSummer

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Subjective Constancy, Tonotopy, Motion Sickness

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It serves important signalling functions, provides many colour signals that help us identify and classify things. It helps facilitate perceptual organi
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YORKPSYC 2220Alistair MappFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Detection Theory, Habituation, Absolute Threshold

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YORKPSYC 2220Ingo FrundFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gustav Fechner, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Ciliary Muscle

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The stimulus impinges causing to change their behavior. This change is related to the stimulus and is often interpreted as internal representation of t
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Shortwave Radio, Macular Degeneration, Psychometric Function

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Principal of transformation that the stimuli & responses created by stimuli are transformed/changed b/w while it is being perceived. We do not see a tr
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 90 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Several settings are made for each stimulus condition. This method is fast, and typically easy for the observer to perform. Method of limits - observer
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YORKPSYC 2220Ingo FrundFall

PSYC 2220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 143 pages long!)

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1. stimulus > light is reflected and focused (distal stimulus is focused through the cornea and produces and image in the retina ((proximal stimulus))
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Principal of transformation that the stimuli & responses created by stimuli are transformed/ changed while it is being perceived. The stimulus we perce
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - X86, The Observer, Temporal Lobe

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12 Oct 2018
Psyc 2220 lecture 1: stage 1 : environmental stimulus, stage 2 : light is reflected and transferred. Image of contact falling at the back of the eye: s
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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Several settings are made for each stimulus condition. This method is fast, and typically easy for the observer to perform. Method of limits - observer
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YORKPSYC 2220Leasley DeazWinter

PSYC 2220 Midterm: Comprehensive study guide for Midterm 1 (chapters/lecture notes 1-6)

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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxSummer

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Psychophysics, Far-Sightedness, Kurt Koffka

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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxSummer

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Visual Agnosia, Occipital Lobe, Visual Cortex

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27 May 2016
The perceptual process: begins with stimuli in the environment and ends with behavioural responses, stimuli (steps 1-2) Start by observing environmenta
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YORKPSYC 2220Ingo FrundFall

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Spectral Sensitivity, Absorption Spectroscopy, Corrective Lens

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Energy received by rod and cone receptors (visual pigment) transduced to elec. Energy; (4) transmission through neural processing either amplified/atte
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxSummer

PSYC 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Subjective Constancy, Tonotopy, Motion Sickness

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PSYC 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Shining Light, Mach Bands, Lateral Inhibition

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Special kind of eye structure: ommatidia: allow recordings from single receptors. Shining light into a single receptor leads to rapid firing of nerve f
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Arnold Tongue, Presbycusis, Ossicles

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PSYC 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Moon Illusion, Infinite Set, Afterimage

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42-51 & chapter 3: the physiological basis of vision. Chapter 8: the perception of movement and colour. Chapter 6: the perception of direction, distanc
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Functions of movement perception: understanding events - interpreting movements can help us understand events (perceiving angry movements can help us u
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Conductive Hearing Loss, Test Light, Subjective Constancy

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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Chapter 1-6: PSYC 2220

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PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Fetus, Cochlear Implant, Tonotopy

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PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Motor Control, Motion Aftereffect

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PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ommatidium, Receptive Field, Sensory Neuroscience

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Perception can be affected by neural convergence - more convergence (rods) results in greater sensitivity, and less convergence (cones) is associated w
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YORKPSYC 2220Jennifer SteevesWinter

Sensation and Perception I Chapters 1/2 Notes

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YORKPSYC 2220Laurie WilcoxFall

PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Visual Cortex, Retina, Map

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Retinotopic map - the electronic map of the retina on the cortex. Means that 2 points that are close together on an object and on the retina will activ
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YORKPSYC 2220Laurence HarrisFall

PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Stapedius Muscle, Cochlear Implant

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Sound- a certain physical event that produces the perceptual experience we know as hearing. Sound can be described as loudness and pitch. An object mus
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PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.3: Psychophysics, Sound Energy, Absolute Threshold

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One way the perceptual process has been studied is be determining the following three relationships. Relationship a - the stimulus- perception relation
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PSYC 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Absolute Threshold, Chemoreceptor, Psychophysics

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