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PSYCO104 Lecture Notes - Vitreous Body, Aqueous Humour, Visual Acuity


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCO104
Professor
Blaine Mullins

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Psychology
Chapter 4: Vision
Chapter 4: Vision
Chapter 4: Vision
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Senses:
Vestibular Sensation- sense of balance/upright (ear)
CHEMICAL=TCS(skin)/Olafaction(smell)/Gustation(taste) chemical sensors
SOMATIC=Mechanical(skin), Pain, Temperate
Vision

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2. Light
Important properties of light
1.Length: Hue (or colour)
2.Amplitude: Brightness
3.Purity: Saturation (richness of colour)
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1. Light
Properties of light
Length: Hue (or colour)
Amplitude: Brightness
Purity: Saturation
(richness)
3
Light
Different wavelengths of light is our experiences of color- HUE=WAVELENGHTS
Blue- 2100 nanometers
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