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Lecture 7

PSYCH 1XX3 Lecture 7: 7- Form Perception

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PSYCH 1XX3
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Joe Kim

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PSYCH 1XX3 Monday March 7, 2016 Form Perception - Ambiguous stimuli and perceptual constancies o Depending on what you consider the foreground and background the image differs - Big events are expected to have big casual explanations - Faces are a special form of pattern recognition - We have an innate preference to look at faces - The innate preference is influenced by experience - Two strategies for face processing o Configural: seeing the whole face together, seeing it as a whole o Featural: seeing the features
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