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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Necker Cube, Scene Statistics, Gestalt Psychology

Clara Rebello12 Page
2 Feb 2017
11
Some ventral stream areas: lateral occipital complex (loc) Specialized for perceiving and recognizing objects of any kind: parahippocampal place area (
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Photopic Vision, Ciliary Muscle, Vitreous Body

Clara Rebello12 Page
28 Jan 2017
13
Psyb51 lecture 2: the first steps in vision. Adaptation (retina to dark and light) is not to be confused with accommodation (anatomy of the eye) Recept
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Trichromacy, Wavelength, Color Theory

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16 Jan 2016
27
Newton: prisms break up (refract) white light into spectral components (rainbow) Any single component could not be refracted into a different color (mo
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Psychophysics, Ancient Philosophy, Empiricism

Clara Rebello13 Page
12 Jan 2017
9
Important concepts and questions in modern psychology are rooted in ancient philosophy. If you"re talking a(cid:271)out what you (cid:272)an feel, what
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stretch Marks, Receptive Field, Simple Cell

Vivian Chau10 Page
22 Dec 2017
0
Spatial vision: refers to our ability to resolve or discriminate spatially defined features. Pinhole eye allows finer directional sensitivity and limit
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - False Alarm

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15 May 2011
53
 philosophy is where psychologically originate from  it is fairly new science disciplined. Idea expressed in matrix comes from plato.  have differen
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Ciliary Muscle

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5 Jun 2011
41
 a: method of constant stimuli, method of estimation, method of limit, method of adjustment. Method of constant stimuli where you have stimuli such as
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Scene Statistics, Illusory Contours, Parahippocampal Gyrus

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28 Feb 2015
76
If you know what to see, it is easier for you to see it. You have prior knowledge of what the dogs body shape is roughly. Last week, we talked about bo
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Action Potential, Radiography, Ambiguous Image

Vivian Chau7 Page
22 Dec 2017
0
If you"re talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then real is simply electrical signals interpreted by your b
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

Perception lecture 8

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2 May 2011
46
Under certain conditions we are very good at scene perception. We perceive things globally , don"t need to analyze every single little detail, we are a
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Auditory Scene Analysis, Fundamental Frequency, Sine Wave

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6 Apr 2015
69
Hearing in the environment: today the lecture is about music perception, speech perception, and the overall perceptual aspect of these auditory functio
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Scene Statistics, Illusory Contours, Structural Anthropology

Vivian Chau3 Page
22 Dec 2017
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