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PSY280H1 Lecture 1: Introduction and First Steps in Vision
Psy280 lecture 1 introduction and first steps in vision introduction. Our perception of reality is actually a two-step process that begins with energy
PSY280H1 Lecture 1: Psy280 - Introduction of Sensation and Perception
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vitreous Body, Aqueous Humour, Anterior Chamber Of Eyeball
Psy280 lecture 2 retinal information processing and spatial vision. The first step in vision is some sort of physiological mechanism that can capture t
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vitreous Body, Aqueous Humour, Anterior Chamber Of Eyeball
Physics that see light: waves internal motion of a medium, in which the displace portion returns to equilibrium, propagates temporally as well as spaci
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Retinal Ganglion Cell, Anisometropia, Spatial Frequency
Part #1 continuing from the last lecture . Selective adaptation: the psychologist"s electrode: tilt aftereffect, selective adaptation evidence that hum
PSY280H1 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 - colors.
A bit on agnosia (object blindness) and prosopagnosia (face blindness: lesion in neuropsychology. : to destroy a section of the brain. Development of o
PSY280H1 Lecture 5: Lecture 5
PSY280H1 Lecture 6: lecture 7 - attention
What is attention: attention a large set of selective processes in the brain that can. Make us more (or less) sensitive to stimulation. Exist in every
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sigmund Exner, Comparator, Rapid Eye Movement Sleep
Computation of visual motion: motion is a change in position over time. We have receptors to detect motion. (eg. v1 cells that"s motion dependent. ) A
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sine Wave, Tuning Fork, Sound Energy
What is sound: sound are created when objects vibrate. The waves can travel very far, not individual movements that travels very far, it travels within
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Interaural Time Difference, Sound Localization, Sound Intensity
All auditory signals get summed in the ear canal. Interaural time difference (itd) the difference in time between a sound arriving at one ear vs. the o
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Otolith, Vestibular System, Linear Motion
Lecture 11 vestibular system continued & touch. Linear motion and tilt: otolith organs sense linear acceleration and gravity. 2 in each ear: utricl
PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Anterior Nuclei Of Thalamus, Olfactory Epithelium, Olfactory Bulb
Cribriform plate a bony structure riddled with tiny hole that separates the nose from the brain: axons from osns pass through the tiny holes to enter t