Psychology 2135A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Retina, Parietal Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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Perception experience resulting from stimulation of the senses. Perception can change based on new info. Perception can be based on principles that are related to past experiences. Easily describe the relation between parts of a city scene, but challenging to indicate the reasoning that led to the description. Illustrates the need to go beyond the pattern of light &dark in a scene to describe the process of perception. Why is it so difficult to design a perceiving machine. It"s difficult to program computers to perceive at a level comparable to humans. Inverse projection problem the task of determining the object responsible for a particular image on the retina. It involves starting with the retinal image &extending rays our from the eye. Objects in a scene can be hidden or blurred. Viewpoint invariance the ability to recognize an object seen from different viewpoints.

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