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an area of the retina where vision is the clearest and there are no rods at all
perceptual process that assembled info into patterns that help us understand the world
the just noticeable difference of a stimulus is a constant proportion despite variations in intensitye.g. JND for weight 2%
far sighted, image focused behind retina because eyeball too short
methods that meausre the strength of a stimulus and the observer's sensitivity to that stimulus
aspects of a scene that yield information about depth when viewed with one eye
form, constancy, depth are examples of how we ______ perceptions
simple awareness due to the stimulation of a sense organ
number of rods (approx)evenly distributed around retina xcept at fovea
processing where individual elements are examined in order to create the whole, the bottom is the stimulus
an observation that the response to a stimulus depends both on a person's sensitivity to the stimulus in the presence of noise and on a person's response critereon
the minimal intensity needed to just barely detect a stimulus
number of cones (approx)densely packed in fovea
an area of the retina that contains neither rods nor cones and therefore has no mechanism to sense lightoptic nerve creates this
list an example of a perceptual groupings
sensitivity to prolonged stimulation tends to decline overtime as an organism adapts to current conditions
the region of the sensory surface that, when stimulated, causes a change in the firing rate of that neuron
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photoreceptors that become active only under low-light conditions for night vision
the minimal change in a stimulus that can just barely be detected
near sighted, image focused in front of the retina because eyeball too long
process where we can perform more than 1 activity at one time, but our attention is a limited resource
the ability to see fine detail
perceptual xperience of one sense evoked by another sense
process where different groups of cells specialize for different types of analysis and allow for rapid searching
a perceptual principle stating that even as aspects of sensory signals change, perception remains consistenaka recognizing a friend who is not looking directly at you
the organization, ID and interpretation of a sensation in order to form a mental representation
processing where the whole is used to perceive its elements, the top is the mental set
perceptual process that shows how the brain explains sensations
what takes place when many sensors in the body convert physical signals from the environment into neural signals sent to the CNS
the differences in the retinal images of the two eyes that provides info about depth
perceptual process that pays attention to some stimuli and ignores others
light-sensitiv tissue lining the back of the eyeball
photoreceptors that detect color, operate under normal daylight conditions, and allow us to focus on fine detail
readiness to perceive in a particular manner, based on expectations (e.g. facial features)

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