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PSYCH 1XX3 Lecture 5: 05-Vision (1)
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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 1XX3
Professor
Joe Kim
Semester
Winter

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PSYCH IXX3: 05Vision.docx Reviewed Written notes available VISION MODULE Unit 1: Intro Our Visual Sense Humans are incredible reliant on vision. 13 brain for processing visual information eg. movie theatre o audio coming from speakers o perceive sound as coming from actors We see with our brain. Eyes collect, focus, sense light stimulus The visual system, processes, and interprets visual information. Case Study 2 How are the blind capable of navigating their world? John blind due to occipital lobe stroke at age 30 Able to navigate the world Unit 2: Stimulus Light Intro to Light Eyes process light to visualize the world. Need to understand eyes and properties of light Amplitude Light travels as a wave. Travels as wave Vary in 2 ways: o Height of ea wave (amplitude) o Distance bw peaks of successive waves (wavelength) Amplitude is an indication of perceived brightness. Greater amplitude = more light reflectedemitted by object 1
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