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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gyrus, Visual Perception, Deepmind

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We perceive objects and scenes without any effort in our world but really this is a complex task. Patterns of different light create an image on our re
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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Photon, Retina, Lemonade

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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Neural Correlates Of Consciousness, Prosopagnosia, Lightdark

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Neural processing: interaction of signals in many neurons. The interconnected pathway of neural signally: involves incorporating signals from many diff
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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Wave, Acoustic Reflex, Sound Intensity

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Bird chirp sound stimulus (pressure changes in the air) representation of bird song in ear. Two definitions of sound": physical: sound is pressure chan
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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Vertical Bar, Retina, Optical Flow

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Motion helps us understand events in our environment. Akinetopsia: motion blindness: caused by damage to the mt (v5) area, cannot perceive fluid motion
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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2,appendix: Retina, Artificial Neural Network, Reference Electrode

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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Retrosplenial Cortex, Parahippocampal Gyrus, Wayfinding

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Focus on moving observers and how their movement creates perceptual information. Developed by gibson while studying perception of pilots during wwii. T
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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4,6: Richard N. Aslin, Steve Carell, Receptive Field

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PSYCO367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Diplopia, Aerial Perspective, Ponzo Illusion

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Forced perspective: an optical illusion that makes objects appear further away, closer, smaller, or larger than they actually are, manipulates a variet
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