Sensation, Vision, and Perception terms

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The appx. number of cones in the eye
Gestalt principle which states that the tendency is to interpret intersecting lines as continuous
A cue of depth perception that is caused by the distance between a person's eyes
The tendency to group close and similar things together
Thin inner surface in the back of the eye which transduces light into neural signals
Cone most sensitive to green light
Illusion that usues parallel lines to change size perception
Illusions that make two corners of a room appear the same distance
Principle that humans are excellent at detecting faces but only when right-side up
The tendency to complete figures that have gaps
The minimum intensity of stimulation that must occur before one can experience a sensation
Cone most sensitive to blue light
Part of the eye that bends light
Cues of depth perception that are available to each eye alone
Cone most sensitive to red light
A visual process in which adjacent photoreceptors tend to inhibit one another which helps with edge detection
Photoreceptor which responds at high levels of light and is excellent at discriminating in fine detail
The appx. number of rods in the eye
Any of the three principles of color vision
Depends on the distance object is from the observer
The system our vision divides by; illustrated by reversible and ambiguous figures
Part of the eye where cones are densely packed
Part of the eye that controls the pupil as well as eye color
Part of the eye that contracts or dilates to see
The minimum amount of change required in order to detect a difference between intensities of stimuli
Theory which states that detecting a stimulus requires making a judgement about its presence or absence
The tendency to see contours even when they don't exist
Part of the eye that brings in light
A principle which employs that in a visual search task, the target stimulus will pop out
Photoreceptor which responds at low levels of light and is bad at discriminating in fine detail

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