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Module 17 - Perceptual Interpretation

Ally Corts, Cristina Czyrka, Liam Foster, Brandon Huang, JJ Wharton

Allyson Corts

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of Module 17 - Perceptual Interpretation

Perceptual Adaptation Definition: In vision, the ability to adjust to an artificially displaced or even inverted visual field Sensory Deprivation and Restored Vision Perceptual Set Perception and the Human Factor Extrasensory Perception (ESP) Paranormal phenomena divided into ESP and PK
Telepathy; Clairvoyance; Precognition
High degree of inaccuracy from psychic predictions
Stunning coincidences are bound to occur
There has yet to be a scientifically verified case of ESP
Belief for comfort Ally Corts, Cristina Czyrka, Liam Foster, Brandon Huang, JJ Wharton Perceptual Interpretation Similar tests were performed on animals, and the same results were achieved. Adjusting to new glasses Our experiences, assumptions and expectation give us our Perceptual Set
Mental predisposition and what we perceive
Perceptual Set also influences what we hear
What determines out perceptual Set?
Experiences/ Schema's
Our Face Schema
Context Effect
Boy: " David" - Bigger and stronger then an infant "Diana" Molyneux wondered if a man born blind could, in his adult years, be taught to distinguish between a cube and a sphere by touch; Locke thought no Molyneux' idea has been put to the test, revealing many born blind and then given sight could sense colors and distinguish figure from ground Humans adapt to distorting lenses quickly patients could not recognize by sight objects that were familiar by touch People recognize faces as a whole those deprived of vision during infancy are better at recognizing faces when they aren't whole Chicks are not able to adapt to a distorted world George Stratton invented optical headgear that flipped the world upside down World still appeared upside down but people learned to coordinate their movements Lens activity Human Factors Psychology- explores how people and machines and physical environments can be made safe and easy to use
"Curse of Knowledge"
Helps avoid Disaster
Warning wording
"Pull up" instead of "Ground Proximity
Lacking distance cues Works Cited Meyers, D. (2007). Psychology. (8 ed., pp. 250-262). New York, NY: Worth Publishers http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTmlYR1JYRe_DZ_4CnxfVHF_YnQxnIlNMEPyr83xZGyKBF6GSSdq-6S7AkxhQ:i7.photobucket.com/albums/y268/damorales/Glee-grilled-cheesus.jpg http://www.creducation.org/resources/perception_checking/perceptualset.jpg http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/ http://videomixrol.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/bilete-de-avion-www-air-tickets-ro-bucuresti-los-angeles-871-eur-bucuresti-larnaca-151-eur-bucuresti-sankt-petersburg-166-eur-bucuresti-124-eur-bucuresti-lille-647-eur-bucuresti-lisabon.jpg
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