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AP Psychology : Sensation and Perception
Transcript of AP Psychology : Sensation and Perception
William makes $150.00 p/h.Will gets a $1.00 raise.
Carlos feels the difference, however does William? Carlos makes $5.00 p/h. Carlos gets a $1.00 raise.
William makes $150.00 p/h. How makes of a raise does Will need to feel a difference in his pay?
Will needs to receive a $30.00 raise to feel a difference. Not Weber's Law. Yes Weber's Law. Diminished sensitivity as a result of constant stimulation. a decrease in response to stimuli after repeated stimulus. Difference A new cell phone ring tone you can hear but after a while it becomes dull and blends in. Example When you walk into a room and smell a new fragrance yet after a while you become accustomed to it and you don't smell it anymore. However when you leave and reenter you will be able to detect the smell all over again. Example Example When Mrs. R and her husband were dating she was expecting him to call. Weather she was out in the garden, bathroom, or rooms away she could hear the phone when it rang. Example When you are playing a video game and your mother starts nagging you about homework. When you start to focus in on her you lose the game. When you focus in on the game you tune her and and win but do not hear what she is saying. Cocktail Party Effect The ability to listen and detect one voice in a crowd of many. Example When Mrs. R went to a Central football game (it was very loud there).Over the shouts and cheers in the crowd she was able to hear someone call her name and detect where it was coming from. Turns out they were some old students of her.