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If there is a discrepancy between the outline posted below and the outline posted on the OWL course website, the latter shall prevail. This survey course provides an introduction to perception with an emphasis on perceptual principles in everyday life. The topics may include: assessment of vision and hearing, perceptual principles in art and film, colour vision, illusions and constancies, the perception of pain, perceptual disabilities, and the senses of animals.
Antirequisites are courses that overlap sufficiently in content that only one can be taken for credit. So if you take a course that is an antirequisite to a course previously taken, you will lose credit for the earlier course, regardless of the grade achieved in the most recent course. Teaching Assistant: Jerrica Mulgrew. Office Hours: By appointment. Please contact the course instructor if you require material in an alternate format or if you require any other arrangements to make this course more accessible to you.
You may also wish to contact Student Accessibility Services formerly known as Services for Students with Disabilities at Many principles are common to more than one sense domain, and commonalities will be emphasized whenever possible. Learning Outcome. De scribe the structure and function of our sensory systems.
Quizzes and final examination. Understand how typical and atypical sensory perception informs our view of the world. Demonstrate an ability to articulate the similarities among and differences between sensory systems. Develop capacity to transfer principles of sensation and perception to novel applications.
F inal examination. These will focus on the material presented since the previous test i. Quiz 2 will focus on material presented in weeks 4 through 7 , including both lectures and associated readings.
The final exam will be scheduled within the Final Exam period. The exam will be open-book, timed, and presented asynchronously to accommodate students in different time zones. The exam will include material from throughout the course, and will include both lecture material and assigned readings. The exam will focus on applications-based questions i. More details will be provided before the end of term.
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Friday January Quiz 1. Friday February Quiz 2. Friday March Quiz 3. April Final exam period 2 0 15B exam timing to be provided toward the end of term. What is perception, and how can we study it? Visual system: The eye. Chapter 3. Visual system: The brain. Chapter 4. Quiz 1. Depth, size, and movement. Reading Week. Visual attention. Chapter 9. Quiz 2.
The auditory system. Chapter The auditory brain. S ound localization. Chapter 1 1. Quiz 3. Students are responsible for understanding the nature and avoiding the occurrence of plagiarism and other scholastic offences.
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If there is a discrepancy between the outline posted below and the outline posted on the OWL course website, the latter shall prevail. This survey course provides an introduction to perception with an emphasis on perceptual principles in everyday life. The topics may include: assessment of vision and hearing, perceptual principles in art and film, colour vision, illusions and constancies, the perception of pain, perceptual disabilities, and the senses of animals. Antirequisites are courses that overlap sufficiently in content that only one can be taken for credit. So if you take a course that is an antirequisite to a course previously taken, you will lose credit for the earlier course, regardless of the grade achieved in the most recent course.
The book covers all of the important topics in the field, and the authors include a good balance of classic research and recent research. Students will enjoy learning from this book! Bennett L. Schwartz is a professor of psychology at Florida International University. Schwartz does research on metacognition, human memory, and non-human memory, and has published over 50 journal articles in this area, as well as many books and book chapters.
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Buy now. Delivery included to Germany. Schwartz Bennett L. The highly accessible Sensation and Perception presents a current and accurate account of modern sensation and perception from both a cognitive and neurocognitive perspective. To show students the relevance of the material to their everyday lives and future careers, authors Bennett L.
The highly accessible Sensation and Perception presents a current and accurate account of modern sensation and perception from both a cognitive and neurocognitive perspective. To show students the relevance of the material to their everyday lives and future careers, authors Bennett L. Schwartz and John H. Krantz connect concepts to real-world applications, such as driving cars, playing sports, and evaluating risk in the military.
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