Sensation detection the stimuli’s
Perception in our brains
Is something our eyes are doing
Had a belief that we see all our sensations as a whole.
How so we organize our receptions.
How to we receive form
We have to separate figure from ground, this is called visual segregation
Reversible figures are the different things found in one picture to make it a completely different picture.
How do we take stimuli and put them into different groups:
Our minds follow rules although we do not know
We group things that are close together – proximity
We group similarity
We group by continuous patterns rather than other patterns – continuity
Our brain tends to fill in gaps – closure
Where is the object what size is it, what does it look like.
Because of our eyes and having 2 they allow us to have depth cues
We use binuclear cues for retinal disparity, which
Monocular cues ( distant objects) used for perceiving distances
Relive size smaller images is more distance
The smaller the image on our retina our brain says our brain is far away
One eyes is always dominant
Parallel lines if we are looking at a road, we know there not actually converging. Our brain says the more the road converges the more distance the road is.
Our eyes presume that hazy objects are farther away.
You don’t judge distances as well in the fog.
Relative height we see objects higher