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Perception, Part 1

Perception, Part 1

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  1. Intro
    • Objectives
    • Gestalt
    • Form Perception: Figure and Ground
    • Form Perception: Figure and Ground
    • Form Perception
    • Form Perception
    • Form Perception
    • Form Perception
    • Form Perception
    • Depth Perception
    • Depth Perception
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • Objectives 0:57
      • Describe General Principles of Organizing and Integrating Sensation to Promote Stable Awareness of the External World (e.g., Gestalt Principles, Depth Perception).
      • Discuss How Experience and Culture Can Influence Perceptual Processes (e.g., Perceptual Set, Context Effects).
    • Gestalt 1:25
      • Cognitive Viewpoint
      • German Word Meaning Pattern or Whole
      • Gestalt Psychologists Emphasized Our Tendency to Integrate Pieces of Information Into Meaningful Wholes
    • Form Perception: Figure and Ground 4:54
      • Two Pictures: Two Profiles or One Vase?
    • Form Perception: Figure and Ground 6:39
      • Two Pictures: Profile of Old Woman or Young Girl With Head Turned Away?
    • Form Perception 8:18
      • Grouping (Proximity)
      • Diagram: Six Rows or Three Sets of Two Columns?
    • Form Perception 9:25
      • Grouping (Similarity)
    • Form Perception 9:54
      • Grouping (Continuity)
    • Form Perception 10:37
      • Grouping (Connectedness)
    • Form Perception 11:09
      • Grouping (Closure)
    • Depth Perception 12:36
      • The Ability to See Objects in Three Dimensions Although The Images That Strike the Retina are Two Dimensional; Allows Us To Judge Distance
      • How and When Do We Perceive That?
      • Visual Cliff
      • A Demonstration That Shows Babies of a Certain Age Do Not Possess Depth Perception
      • Ability Develops With Age and Needs of Species
      • Developed by Gibson and Walk
    • Depth Perception 15:10
      • Binocular Cues
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 17:32
      • Relative Height
      • Relative Size
      • Interposition
      • Linear Perspective
      • Relative Motion
      • Light and Shadow
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 17:59
      • Relative Height
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 18:38
      • Relative Size -- In Two-Dimensional Drawings or Paintings You Assume Smaller Things Are Further Away Since They Are Likely Similar Size
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 19:47
      • Interposition -- If One Object Blocks Our View of Another Object, We Assume That It Is Closer
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 20:32
      • Linear Perspective -- When Parallel Lines Seem to Converge In the Distance, The More They Converge, the Greater the Distance
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 21:24
      • Linear Perspective -- Example Two (Train Tracks)
    • Depth Perception: Monocular Cues 21:55
      • Relative Motion: As We Move, Objects That Are Actually Stable May Appear To Move -- e.g. While Riding in a Car, You May Fix Your Eyes on a House -- The Objects Beyond that Point May Appear to Move With You -- Objects in Front of That Object Appear to Move Backward
      • Increase Distance From the Fixation Point Increases Perceived Speed
    • Review 22:52
      • Describe at Least Three Gestalt Principles That Impact Our Perceptions
      • Describe at Least Three Monocular Cues That Allow People to See Depth
      • Describe The Primary Binocular Cue