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Psychology 101 Lecture 2.18.14 - Sensory Processes and Perception

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY 101
Professor
Professor Berg
Semester
Spring

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PSY101 – Lecture 2.18.14  Sensory Processes and Perception  (NOT on exam 1)  Perception: processes that organize and interpret sensory information  ­Sensation: neural impulses in brain are produced when sensory receptors (in  fingers, eyes, etc.) are stimulated – sensory processes provide the brain with a link to the  world  ­experience/awareness of both internal and external conditions is made possible  ­Perceptual Organization: the brain integrates stored information (memories)  with incoming infor
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