Sensation and Perception

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Psychology Press, 20 Ağu 2015 - 516 sayfa

Sensation and Perception, Fifth Edition maintains the standard of clarity and coverage set in earlier editions, which make the technical scientific information accessible to a wide range of students. The authors have received national awards for their teaching and are fully responsible for the content and organization of the text. As a result, it features strong pedagogy, abundant student-friendly examples, and an engaging conversational style.

 

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Motion
Illusory Movement
Theoretical Explanations for Motion Perception
Physiological Basis of Motion Perception
Review Questions
Recommended Readings
The Auditory System
Review Questions

The Visual System
Structure and Function of the
Structure and Function of the Retina
Pathways from the Retina to the Visual Cortex
Review Questions
Recommended Readings
Perceiving Light Energy
Acuity
Eye Movements
Influence of Context on Shape and Pattern Perception
Selected Topics in Shape and Pattern Perception
Face Perception
Review Questions
Distance and Size Perception
Size Perception
Review Questions
Color
Anatomy and Physiology of Color Vision
Individual Differences in Color Vision
Color Phenomena
Key Terms
Basic Auditory Functions
Loudness Perception
Review Questions
Interactions between Auditory and Visual Stimuli
Music Perception
Speech Perception
Review Questions
Temperature
Phantom Limbs and Pain
Kinesthetic and Vestibular Senses
Review Questions
Taste and Smell
Review Questions
Perceptual Development
Studying Perceptual Development in Infancy
Review Questions
Research Methods
References
Name Index
Subject Index
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Hugh J. Foley received his B.A. from St. John Fisher College and his Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He has taught at small liberal arts institutions throughout his academic career. He is currently a full professor at Skidmore College, where he has directed the Neuroscience Program and served as Mellon Fellow for First-Year Students. Hugh has taught the perception course throughout his career, as well as statistics and methodology courses. He has published articles in methodology, cognition, and perception–typically with his research collaborator, Mary Ann Foley. They have also received several grants from the National Science Foundation. Hugh has worked with Margaret Matlin on the previous two editions of Sensation and Perception.

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