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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Empirical Process, Crossmodal, Louis Leon Thurstone

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PSYC 212 Chapter Notes -Rayleigh Scattering, Mie Scattering, Inverse-Square Law

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20 Mar 2013
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Almost half of the brain is dedicated to visual info processing. Humans used to believe that light was emitted by objects and that the light travelled
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Miosis, Mie Scattering, Sclera

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Movement of photons through space produces oscillating electric + magnetic field that together move in the same direction as the photon. Mutually linke
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes -Stray Light, Ganglion Cell, Rhodopsin

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20 Mar 2013
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Retina: net-like, thin film of cells lining inside back wall of eye. Image is projected on outer margins of retina, where there are photoreceptors. The
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Prosopagnosia, Old Master Print, Suprachiasmatic Nucleus

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13 Jul 2014
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PSYC 212 Chapter Notes -Occipital Lobe, Myelin, Radioactive Tracer

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Flourens said no, there is no localization of function and that injury to any part affects all higher functions equally. May be able to understand lang
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Retina, Photopic Vision, Specular Reflection

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PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Basal Ganglia, Temporal Lobe, Socalled

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13 Jul 2014
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Chapter 2 biological foundations of sensory perception. Lesion studies animals for behavioural analysis. Study of clinical cases in humans who suffered
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Spatial Frequency, Grater, Resting Potential

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13 Jul 2014
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If light spot falls on excitatory part of receptive field ganglion cell displays burst of action potentials over + above spontaneous discharge rate. Of
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Mechanical Filter, Deep Sea, Proprioception

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13 Jul 2014
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The somatosensory system: touch, feeling and pain: touch sensations produced by stimulation of receptors in the skin. Where was i touched? of the objec
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Transverse Plane, Binocular Rivalry, Brainstem

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13 Jul 2014
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Advantages provide spatial/directional information in unambiguous terms (i. e. two cars maintain the same spatial relationship in environment regardles
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MCGILLPSYC 212Remy AllardFall

PSYC 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Complex Differential Form, Optical Flow, Lesion

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13 Jul 2014
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Specified in terms of cycles of change per second (hertz) To see, take flicker (a visual stimulus that appears and disappears in a cyclical manner over
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