PSYCO104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Retina, Aerial Perspective, Psychophysics

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Note: for time reasons we won"t be testing on audition, taste and smell, or the skin and body seances. Perception is our experience of the world, it can exist without stimuli from the organs. Ex the blind spot in out eye doesn"t lead to a hole in our vision. Sensation is the stimuli detected by organs, doesn"t always lead to an experience. The perception we are experiencing can be in uenced by the sensation but isn"t always. Colour, pain and taste are an example of this. If a tree falls in the forest with no one around does it make a sound? no. The air would hold vibrations but without an organ to hear this it isn"t sound. Psychological properties of the eye and the physical properties of light play a role in how the visual system works. Ex the camera ocsura is an early camera that functions the same as the eye.

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