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The Science of Psychology
The Biological Perspective
Sensation & Perception
Motivation and Emotion
Testing and Intelligence
Treatment of Psychological Disorders
2013-14 Example Starters
When I was a kid...
In the future...
At a concert...
In a world...
If you were raised by wolves...
At a restaurant...
Basically I got in trouble because...
One does not simply...
If you were alone in the world...
When the zombies come...
When you're driving...
When I have kids...
We could test this out...
If we didn't have this...
In a rap battle...
I could use my knowledge of this to predict that...
While studying for my test...
_______ is related to _______ because...
When you are playing call of duty...
Biology, natural selection, and adaptation
Heightened human abilities
The Ninja and His Nemesis
Nature v Nurture
Gina and Tina: Separated Twins
: Information about depth that relies on the input of just one eye-includes
Light and Shadow
. (pg 146)
Cues are used for the depth perception that involves the use of only one eye.
When using monocular cues you can determine size, shape, motion and what the object is. Also use interposition to locate objects distant from yourself.
This image is an example that shows how monocular cues effect perception. The person who designed this picture specifically made it so that the 2D image did not have any monocular cues including color, relative size (so when the foot seems like it is behind it is not smaller than it is when it is infront), etc. If you look at this image long enough you will not be sure if it is moving left or right.
If two objects are roughly the same size, the object that looks the largest will be judged as being the closest to the observer.
Objects that are farther away are blurred or slightly hazy due to atmosphere.
Overlap (or Interposition):
When one object overlaps another, the object is perceived as being farther away.
cues the opposite of monocular cues
Light and Shadow
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