Discover Psychology VOL 2
PSYCH 1XX3: AUDITION AUDITION The auditory system translates sound waves into audition - Objects can produce sound waves but do not make sound unless auditory system is present to translate waves into experience of audition Unit 1: The Auditory M
PSYCH 1XX3: COLOR PERCEPTION COLOR PERCEPTION Unit 1: Introduction o Colour exists as our way of interpreting light waves o The objects and surfaces we look at reflect certain wavelengths of the visible spectrum ï‚§ Visible wavelengths trigger
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PSYCH 1XX3: FORM PERCEPTION II FORM PERCEPTION II Unit 1: Feature Detectors - The brain uses a division of labour, brain processes stimuli and then passes it on Magno and Parvo Cells - Magno and Parvo (Ganglion Cells) cells in retina transduce lig
PSYCH 1XX3: VISION VISION Introduction - Tend to bias trust towards sense of vision o Visual cues more important than source of sound - Eye instrument to collect, focus, and sense light stimuli â€“ but we â€œseeâ€ with our brain o V
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PSYCH 1XX3: FORM PERCEPTION FORM PERCEPTION 1 Unit 1: Introduction - Distinguishing figure from background is a complex visual function Unit 2: Gestalt Principals - Gestalt Psychologist: German psychologist studying how people perceive the world
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