PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Retina, Intensify, Lip Reading

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Lecture 12 olfaction and taste; spatial orientation and multisensory perception. Odors: olfactory sensation: chemical compounds that are volatile, small and hydrophobic, we can smell menthol, but not carbon monoxide. Influence of intensity (see graph for smell of rose: most smells are neutral when they can barely be smelled, there"s always a point where the smell is overpowering and unpleasant. In vision and audition, it was the ventriloquist effect: with flavour, in olfaction, nose is the conduit that captures taste and touch from the mouth. Instructions involve disregarding voice; voice influences ratings of faces regardless: neutral face should give you. 50/50 response despite tone of voice: light and touch for object perception: visuo-haptic object-related activation in the ventral visual pathway (armedi et al. 1998: regions for crossmodal identification in response to hearing a voice, seeing someone talking with sound, or both, fusiform face area activates in red areas.

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