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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierSummer

Chapter 12 - study notes

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Sound for speech, they are peaks in frequency spectrum of that sound. Vowels are harmonic sounds with regular intervals of frequency level. They are go
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Chapter 11 - study notes

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So spatial code of frequency has to do with which hair cell is beign stimulated and which part of organ of corti. Temporal code tells us about frequenc
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Chapter 10 - study notes

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Ch 10 hear ing i n env iron ment. Unlike vision, sound enters ears in exactly same place regardless of where owl is, for vision u see the owl and if it
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Chapter 9 - study notes

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Explain premotor theory of attention observation we unable to move our eyes w/o shifting our attention but we can shift our attention w/o moving our ey
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Chapter 8 - Study notes

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 u have a photoreceptor that contribute to colour sensing but it doesn"t see colour cuz itz ambiguous, don"t noe which wavelength it is. Come combo of
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

Chapter 7 - Study notes

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Many cells in v1 selectively respond to motion in one particular direction. Motion aftereffect (mae) = illusion of motion of a stationary object that o
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PSYB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Binocular Disparity, Visual System, Sine Wave

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Chapter six space perception and binocular vision. Realism = a philosophical position arguing that there is a real world to sense. Positivism = philoso
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Chapter 5 - study notes

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Describe one experiment that would suggest that faces aren"t special. Where ps were trained to recognize greebles, (new figures). And results show that
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PSYB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Agnosia, Fox Sparrow, Hierarchical Database Model

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Chapter four: perce iv i ng and recogniz i ng objects.  half of the vision field is missing. Half relative to fovea, if it is the left visual field th
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Chapter 3 - study notes

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Chapter 3 spatial v ision: from stars to str ipes. The retina processes information similar to a computer. Describe some of the functions of the pathwa
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Chapter 2 - study notes

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chapter one - study guide

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Heraclitus- can never experience the same thing again, not ever the same, even if, perceiver knows. Adaptation- a reduction in response caused by prior
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