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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYB51H3
Professor
John M Kennedy
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 1 Early Philosophy of PerceptionPlato The Allegory of the Cave our conception of reality depends on what we can learn about the world through our sensesHeraclitus You can never step into the same river twice everything is always changing therefore no two experiences can ever be the samePerception does not only depend on energy and events that change in the world but also on the qualities of the perceiverAdaptation a reduction in response caused by prior or continuing stimulationDemocritus believed that sensations are caused by atoms leaving objects and making conta
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