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TAMUNRSC 320Takashi YamauchiSpring

NRSC 320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Change Blindness, Parahippocampal Gyrus, Parietal Lobe

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Attention: process of focusing on specific objects while ignoring others. Brings object into view, enhances processing and therefore perception of the
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TAMUNRSC 320Takashi YamauchiSpring

NRSC 320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Map, Visual Cortex, Receptive Field

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Perception is affected by the eye"s focusing system and by properties of the rod and cone receptors. Neurons in different places in the visual system r
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TAMUNRSC 320Takashi YamauchiSpring

NRSC 320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Retina, Railways Act 1921, Likelihood Principle

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Why is it so difficult to design a perceiving machine. The stimulus on the receptors is ambiguous. Perceptual system is not concerned with determining
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TAMUNRSC 320Takashi YamauchiSpring

NRSC 320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Receptive Field, Trichromacy, Subtractive Color

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Reflectance curve: plots the percentage of light reflected from lettuce and tomatoes at each wavelength in the visible spectrum. Both vegetables reflec
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TAMUNRSC 277KoFall

NRSC 277 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Alpha Motor Neuron, Dorsal Root Ganglion, Myocyte

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Bulk of muscle mass of body; movement; facial expression, speech, etc. Each muscle is enclosed in a connective tissue sheath that forms the tendons. Mu
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TAMUNRSC 277KoFall

NRSC 277 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Glabrousness, Posterior Grey Column, Lamellar Corpuscle

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Somatic sensation - enables body to feel, and to know what its parts are doing. 2 unique differences from other sensory systems: Receptors are distribu
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NRSC 277 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Rubrospinal Tract, Vestibulospinal Tract, Bony Labyrinth

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Brain communicates with the motor neurons through lateral column and ventromedial column. Voluntary movement of distal muscles; direct cortical control
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