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  • Subliminal stimulation exists/ persuasion does not
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    • 1. Sensation & Perception unit m12-17
    • 2. m12 - Introduction to Sensation
    • 3. Psychophysics beginnings Top-down vs Bottom-Up Processing
    • 4. Absolute threshold Signal detection
    • 5. Absolute threshold Signal detection
    • 6. Stairway to Heaven “Yes there are two paths that you can go by, but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on”
    • 7. Stairway to Heaven “Yes there are two paths that you can go by, but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on”
    • 8. Stairway to Heaven “Oh here’s to my sweet Satan. The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is Satan.”
    • 9. Stairway to Heaven “Oh here’s to my sweet Satan. The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is Satan.”
    • 10. Another One Bites the Dust “Another one bites the dust Another one bites the dust Another one bites the dust”
    • 11. Another One Bites the Dust “Another one bites the dust Another one bites the dust Another one bites the dust”
    • 12. Another One Bites the Dust “It’s fun to smoke marijuana It’s fun to smoke marijuana It’s fun to smoke marijuana”
    • 13. Another One Bites the Dust “It’s fun to smoke marijuana It’s fun to smoke marijuana It’s fun to smoke marijuana”
    • 14. “subliminal” associations
    • 15. “subliminal” associations
    • 16. “subliminal” associations
    • 17. “subliminal” associations
    • 18. “subliminal” associations
    • 19. “subliminal” associations
    • 20. Difference threshold (Just noticeable difference) Weber’s Law Light must differ by 8% Weight by 2% Tone by 0.3%
    • 21. Sensory adaptation Sensory attention x Cocktail party effect
    • 22. What do you see?
    • 23. Whato you see? h do W
    • 24. Whato you see? h do W
    • 25. m13 - Vision
    • 26. Hue = wavelength Intensity = amplitude
    • 27. Normal Nearsighted Farsighted
    • 28. Ganglion Cell Activity
    • 29. Ganglion Cell Activity
    • 30. Ganglion Cell Activity
    • 31. Feature Detection Cells
    • 32. Visual Processing
    • 33. Visual Processing procedure
    • 34. What do you see?
    • 35. What do you see?
    • 36. What do you see?
    • 37. What do you see?
    • 38. What do you see?
    • 39. Color Vision Young-Helmholtz trichromatic theory additive color mixing
    • 40. Color Vision Opponent-Process Theory after-image effects . . .
    • 41. Color processing seems to occur in two stages: Retinal cones respond like Young- Helmholtz trichromatic theory Signal processed via opponent-process in the central nervous system
    • 42. Color Constancy
    • 43. m14 - Hearing
    • 44. Amplitude = volume Frequency = pitch
    • 45. Amplitude = volume Frequency = pitch
    • 46. Echolocation
    • 47. Place Theory Frequency Theory
    • 48. Conduction Hearing Loss Sensorineural Hearing Loss
    • 49. m15 - Other Senses
    • 50. Touch Pressure, warmth, cold, and pain • Only pressure has identifiable sensory neurons Pain is adaptive • Hyperalgesia and Congenital Analgia Phantom Limb Gate Control Theory
    • 51. Taste • Sweet, sour, salty, bitter ... and umami • Super-tasters
    • 52. Vestibular Sense vs Kinesthesis

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