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Introduction to Perception - Cognitive Psychology - Lecture Slides

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Post: November 19th, 2012
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Introduction to Perception, Perceptual Process, Two Interacting Aspects of Perception, Psychophysics, Methods of Measurement, Classical Psychophysics, Modern Psychophysics are key points of this lecture. Cognitive Psychology is more interesting subject than any other in all psychology.
Introduction to Perception, Perceptual Process, Two Interacting Aspects of Perception, Psychophysics, Methods of Measurement, Classical Psychophysics, Modern Psychophysics are key points of this lecture. Cognitive Psychology is more interesting subject than any other in all psychology.
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Perception Docsity.com Figure 1.1 The perceptual process. The steps in this process are arranged in a circle to emphasize that the process is dynamic and continually changing. See text for description of each step in process. Docsity.com The Perceptual Process • Stimulus – All objects in the environment are available to the observer. – Observer selectively attends to objects. – Stimulus impinges on receptors resulting in internal representation. Docsity.com Figure 1.2 (a) We take the woods as the starting point for our description of the perceptual process. Everything in the woods is the environmental stimulus. (b) Ellen focuses on the moth, which becomes the attended stimulus. (c) An image of the moth is formed on Ellen’s retina. Docsity.com The Perceptual Process - continued • Electricity – Transduction occurs which changes environmental energy to nerve impulses – Transmission occurs when signals from the receptors travel to the ..

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