5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Trichromatic Theory
- Three factors of selection
- Perceptual set
- a Physiological, Stimuli, and Psychological
- b The process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting sensory data into usable mental representations of the world. It's how we make sense of our world.
- c studies the link between the physical characteristics of stimuli and our sensory experience of them
- d readiness to perceive in a particular manner based on expectations
- e Thomas Young : Theory stating that color perception results from three types of cones in the retina, each most sensitive to either red, green, or blue. Other colors result from a mixture of these three.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- We tend to organize incoming information into patterns or principles that will help us understand the world.
- an elephant is perceived as much larger when it is standing next to a mouse than it is when it stands next to a giraffe
- The brain sorts out important messages from the onslaught of sensory input. We use multiple senses to gather information.
- Both trichromatic theory and opponent-process theory are right.
- You get used to things in your environment and stop paying attention. Your brain CHOOSES not to pay attention.
5 True/False Questions
Motion Parallax → Real
percieved (either you see it or you don't)
Psychological Factors → Motivation
Feature Detectors → Intense
Areas of Organization → We tend to organize incoming information into patterns or principles that will help us understand the world.
Form perception → Trichromatic theory
color aftereffects (sensations that remain after a stimulus is removed)
Color blindness (most color blind people can see some colors but not others) (two colors are called dichromats and people who are sensitive to only black and white anre called monochromats)