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PSYCH 1XX3
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Joe Kim

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Psych 1XX3 Live Lecture – Colour Perception Feb. 26/13  Visual spectrum is just a part of a continuum  electromagnetic spectrum.  The visible spectrum  visual stimulus that humans can see; we can only see this small narrow range.  Bias: limits of visual detection shape your view of the world.  Bias: colour around you are just in your head. Why is colour information important?  One frog blends in with it’s environment – camouflage; hide from predators  One frog tries to look conspicuous, very colorful and can help scare away predators  frog secretes a poison that can kill or make predator very sick and therefore the predator will be unlikely t
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