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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY1101
Professor
A L L
Semester
Fall

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5 Subliminal stimulation MIDTERM C Sensory Adaptation Once were exposed to unchanging stimulus it starts firing less notice lessValueis its for survival because our intentional resources are very limited If stimulus is unchanging its unsafe to pay attention to it cuz if we dont well ignore important stimuli Circumventing sensory adaptionAll of our senses can do sensory adaption Ex with our eyesII VisionAThe Stimulus There must be physical stimulus before we can for vision is light There must beElectromagnetic radiationElectromagnetic spectrumCalled visible light Number of white lights have different wave lengths we can only detect 400700 nm2PhysicalPsychologicalWavelengths distance btwn peaks Hue colour created by brain Long WLREDMedium WLGreenShort WLBlueAmplitude height of wave BrightnessBThe Eye1Focusing LightFirst structure to go through the Cornea tough transparent tissue in front of the eye protect eye focuses lightAqueous humour chamber filled with fluids provides eye with nutrition and oxygenPupiliris muscles in eye that gives them colour either dialate or contract causing more or less light into eyeLens accommodationelastic structure disk shaped changes shape to help focus eye Vitreous humourfluid help the eye keep its shape Retinalight sensitive tissue this is where detection transduction transmission take place B2 RetinastructureFrom innermost layerRodsconesdetect transducer transmit Bipolar cells
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