The study of the relationships between sensory experiences and the physical stimuli that cause them
The principle that for any change in a stimulus to be detected, a constant proportion of that stimulus must be added or subtracted
The study of people's tendencies to make correct judgments in detecting the presence of stimuli
A flexible, elastic, transparent structure in the eye that changes its shape to focus light on the retina
The process of combining the images received from the two eyes into a single, fused image
The nerve that carries impulses from the inner ear to the brain, resulting in the perception of sound
Three semicircular canals that provide the sense of balance, located in the inner ear and connected to the brain by a nerve
The experience that comes from organizing bits and pieces of information into meaningful wholes
Brief auditory or visual messages that are presented below the absolute threshold
The apparent movement of stationary objects relative to one another that occurs when the observer changes position
The tendency to perceive certain objects in the same way regardless of changing angle, distance, or lighting
Extrasensory Perception (ESP)
An ability to gain information by some means other than the ordinary senses
The psychological study of questions such as the relationship between color and wavelength is called?
The minimal amount of difference a person can detect between two stimuli is the?
Advertisers sometimes use this, which are brief auditory or visual stimuli presented below the absolute threshold so there is a less than 50% chance that they will be perceived