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Intro #9:

Persception (pgs 78-83)
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Cyd Skinner

on 13 September 2018

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Intro #9:
Perception

inattentional blindness
change blindness
cocktail party effect
Unattended
stimuli
Preattentive
processing
Multitasking
Attention and
Perception:
Theories of
Perception
Perceptual
Interpretation
Synesthesia
Perceptual
adaptation
change
deafness
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/06/07/technology/20100607-task-switching-demo.html
link http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/07/19/technology/20090719-driving-game.html?_r=0
Bottom-up processing
Top-down processing
These work together.
perceptual set
Gestalt Principles
The 6 Gestalt Laws of Perceptual Grouping:
The Laws of:
Proximity

Similarity

Closure

Common Fate

Symmetry

Continuation
Figure-Ground
http://www.synesthete.org/
We can adjust our cognition to understand/work with what we sense.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tanttle/emotiv-insight-optimize-your-brain-fitness-and-per
http://www.brainwellness-ny.com/
http://www.brainmaster.com/content-sub/freedom-24d/
http://www.appliedneuroscience.com/Huges&John.pdf
Rubber hand illusion
Ex:
Fire truck siren difficulty telling if it is getting closer to you.
You probably hear the more important words from each of the sides here.
Humans are lousy multitaskers.
8.5 minutes in
Object Recognition
This is a face because it matches my idea of 'face'
View-dependent:
view-independent:
This is a face because it has 2 eyes, a nose and a mouth.
We integrate all of these features (vegetables) to create meaning.
Feature Integration
Illusory Correlations
Recognition-by-components
Motion usually helps us perceive, but sometimes our adaptions are incorrect.
We quickly adapt our perception of the rubber hand.
Stroop test
Can you 'hear' or 'feel' this?
these riddles use both bottom-up and top-down
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