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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Peripheral Vision, Visual Acuity, G Cell

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Info about color in the brain is determined by. Just one cell"s firing can"t tell us much about what is going on. Depends on several factors in the env
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Oliver Sacks, Parietal Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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We have cells in our visual cortex representing each orientation at each point in the visual field. At each successive state in visual processing- Neur
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mona Lisa Smile

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When the cell is doing nothing there"s a very low firing rate (nice, steady rate = base line) When the cell inhibits, firing rate slows. When cells exc
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Glossary Of Computer Graphics, Fluorescent Lamp, Opponent Process

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Tungsten light - with more red waves. Fluorescent light - about the same as daylight. Sodium vapor lights - very yellow * makes it hard to see color at
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Primary Color, Robert B. Silvers, Chuck Close

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The different color dots blend in because they are small. The size of the dots matter, so how close or far away you are matters (optimal distance) lumi
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Roy Lichtenstein, Impressionism

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Pop artist roy lichtenstein made a series of prints on the same subject. The colors he chose are equiluminescent in image #2 on the left. Much harder t
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Visual Cortex, David H. Hubel, Thalamus

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The photoreceptors send signals to the bipolar cells. Receives signals from all kinds of cones. It is probably useful to analyze color separately from
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Visual Cortex, Akinetopsia, Change Blindness

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These are interesting because they are similar to how the brain extracts information. In some ways this is similar to the center surround organizations
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UC MERCEDPSY 162Meaghan Altman Spring

PSY 162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Visual Acuity, Color Blindness, Achromatopsia

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UC MERCEDECON 001Jason LeeFall

ECON 001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Demand Curve, Perfect Competition, Market Power

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A: characteristics of monopolies: firm is only seller in the industry, product sold is unique (no close substitutes, there exists barriers to entry. Mo
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UC MERCEDPH 005Professor GonzalezSpring

PH 005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Médecins Sans Frontières, Wellcome Trust, Pasteur Institute

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UC MERCEDPOLI 001NicholsonFall

POLI 001 Lecture 13: Congress- Is it Really the People's Branch?

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