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POWERPOINTPRESENTATION OFDr.KESIRAJU RAMPRASAD
PERCEPTION
WHAT IS PERCEPTION• THE PROCESS BY WHICH AN  INDIVIDUAL  SELECTS, ORGANISES, AND  INTERPRETS STIMULI INTO A  MEANINGFUL AN...
PERCEPTION MEANS• YOUR INTERPRETATION OF REALITY AFTER  INFORMATION/ STIMULI IS……• (A) FILTERED OUT• (B)SELECTED• ©ORGANIS...
•   USING YOPUR EXISTING KNOWLEDGE•   (A) KNOWLEDGE•   (B)NEEDS•   © BELIEFS•   (D) VALUES•   (E)ASSUMPTIONS•   (F) ATTITU...
PERCEPTIONIn this BELOW test DO NOT READ the words, say aloud the COLOR of each word
YELLOW BLUE ORANGEBLACK RED GREENPURPLE YELLOW REDORANGE GREEN BLACKBLUE RED PURPLEGREEN BLUE ORANGE
Which of the followingtwo images of thetower of Pisa seems tobe leaning more
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION• The images are actually identical, but the tower on the right seems  to lean more because the human visual sys...
• Hold your head steady and fix your eyes on  the dot in the center of the picture. The  colored dots will seem to disappe...
• The circles appear to rotate when you move  your head closer and further away from the  screen while looking at the dot ...
PERCEPTION
• WHICH VERTICAL LINE IS BIGGER IN THE NEXT  SLIDE?• (a) LEFT PICTURE• (B) RIGHT PICTURE
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION• The Vertical lines are both the same length.
• WHICH DIAGONAL LINES A-B  AND B-C ARE BIGGER IN THE  NEXT SLIDE?
PERCEPTION•The diagonal lines A-B and B-C are equal in length.
• ARE THE DIAGNAL LINES  ARE PARALLEL?
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION•The diagonal lines are parallel
• Blind Spot Experiment  The retina is the part of the eye covered with  receptors that respond to light. A small  portion...
Close your right eye. With your left eye, look at the L below. Slowly move your head closer or further away from the scree...
PERCEPTION
•ARE THE THESE LINES ARE PARALLEL IN THE NEXT SLIDE?
PERCEPTION
The radiating lines influence our perception of the parallel lines
The radiating lines influence ourperception of the parallel lines
• WHICH CENTRE CIRCLE IS  BIGGER IN THE NEXT  SLIDE?
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION• The center circles are both the same size
PERCEPTION• There are only white circles at the  intersections
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTIONIllusory Contours   Although there are only circles with sections   taken out of them, our eyes strive to see   ...
PERCEPTIONRotating Wheels The circles appear to rotate when you move your head closer and further away from the screen whi...
PERCEPTION• Warped Squares?  There are no curved lines in these figures. You  can use a ruler to check it out.  The diagon...
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION• Shifting gears  Afterimages of complementary  colors create apparent  movement in our peripheral  vision  as o...
PERCEPTION• A portion of misplaced  lines can be clearly  identified as forming a  circle, even when there is  no outline ...
PERCEPTION
• OBSERVE THE NEXT FEW  SLIDES CAREFULLY.
PERCEPTION
• THE WORD IN THE PICTURE  IS ILLUSION.• LOOK CAREFULLY.
PERCEPTION
• THE WORD IN THE ABOVE  PICTURE IS•LIFT
•Two Words in One Painting
•One face? Or two profiles facing each other
See this photo of Albert Einstein?Get out of your seat and look at it from ten feet away,  It will morph into Marilyn Monroe
A Native American profile?Or an Eskimo entering a cave?
PERCEPTION
• ARE YOU ABLE TO SEE THE  SERIES OF YATCHES OR  PILLERS?
•THE ABOVE PICTURE IS FLAT
• YOU CAN FIND DIFFERENT PICURES IN THE  BELOW SILDE
PERCEPTION
• YOU CAN FIND ONE MORE  PICTURE IN THE ABOVE  SLIDE
• WHAT ARE YOU OBSERVING IN THIS SLIDE?  A OLD WOMAN OR• A YOUNG LADY
WHAT IS THE NUMBER IN THIS         PICTURE?
• PRESENTED BY• Dr.KESIRAJU RAMPRASAD• EDUCATIONAL  PSYCHOLOGIST AND  COUNSELOR
• THANKS TO MANY PEOPLE WHO  CONTRIBUTED GREAT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT  THE PERCEPTION CONCEPT.• MY GREATFUL THANKS TO ALL THE GRE...
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  1. 1. POWERPOINTPRESENTATION OFDr.KESIRAJU RAMPRASAD
  2. 2. PERCEPTION
  3. 3. WHAT IS PERCEPTION• THE PROCESS BY WHICH AN INDIVIDUAL SELECTS, ORGANISES, AND INTERPRETS STIMULI INTO A MEANINGFUL AND COHERENT PICTURE OF THE WORLD.
  4. 4. PERCEPTION MEANS• YOUR INTERPRETATION OF REALITY AFTER INFORMATION/ STIMULI IS……• (A) FILTERED OUT• (B)SELECTED• ©ORGANISED• (D)DEFINED• CONTD…..
  5. 5. • USING YOPUR EXISTING KNOWLEDGE• (A) KNOWLEDGE• (B)NEEDS• © BELIEFS• (D) VALUES• (E)ASSUMPTIONS• (F) ATTITUDES
  6. 6. PERCEPTIONIn this BELOW test DO NOT READ the words, say aloud the COLOR of each word
  7. 7. YELLOW BLUE ORANGEBLACK RED GREENPURPLE YELLOW REDORANGE GREEN BLACKBLUE RED PURPLEGREEN BLUE ORANGE
  8. 8. Which of the followingtwo images of thetower of Pisa seems tobe leaning more
  9. 9. PERCEPTION
  10. 10. PERCEPTION• The images are actually identical, but the tower on the right seems to lean more because the human visual system treats the two images as one scene.• Our brains are conditioned to expect parallel towers to converge toward a common vanishing point, but because the tower on the right does not converge, our visual system interprets that it is leaning at a different angle• . A common example of this conditioning is the way 3D movies and 3D TVs trick our minds into believing that images are actually coming out of the screen, when in fact they are not. Our minds are conditioned to believe 3D images move in 3 dimensions.• With a bit of technical help, we can trick our minds into visualizing this on a 2D screen. Below is a perspective drawing with three vanishing points of what our eyes expect
  11. 11. • Hold your head steady and fix your eyes on the dot in the center of the picture. The colored dots will seem to disappear in a few seconds. The effect is due to retinal fatigue which occurs when the afterimage of an object cancels the stimulus of the object on the retina. The effect is most pronounced when the objects do not have well-defined edges that are detectable by small eye movements
  12. 12. • The circles appear to rotate when you move your head closer and further away from the screen while looking at the dot in the center. Our peripheral vision interprets the relative increase or decrease of the image in the retina as rotational motion of the slanted lines.
  13. 13. PERCEPTION
  14. 14. • WHICH VERTICAL LINE IS BIGGER IN THE NEXT SLIDE?• (a) LEFT PICTURE• (B) RIGHT PICTURE
  15. 15. PERCEPTION
  16. 16. PERCEPTION• The Vertical lines are both the same length.
  17. 17. • WHICH DIAGONAL LINES A-B AND B-C ARE BIGGER IN THE NEXT SLIDE?
  18. 18. PERCEPTION•The diagonal lines A-B and B-C are equal in length.
  19. 19. • ARE THE DIAGNAL LINES ARE PARALLEL?
  20. 20. PERCEPTION
  21. 21. PERCEPTION•The diagonal lines are parallel
  22. 22. • Blind Spot Experiment The retina is the part of the eye covered with receptors that respond to light. A small portion of the retina where the optic nerve connects to the brain has no receptors. An image that falls on this region will not be seen. Close your right eye.
  23. 23. Close your right eye. With your left eye, look at the L below. Slowly move your head closer or further away from the screen while looking at the L. The R will disappear when your head is approximately 50 cm (20 in) from the screen. You can repeat the experiment with your right eye by looking at the R.
  24. 24. PERCEPTION
  25. 25. •ARE THE THESE LINES ARE PARALLEL IN THE NEXT SLIDE?
  26. 26. PERCEPTION
  27. 27. The radiating lines influence our perception of the parallel lines
  28. 28. The radiating lines influence ourperception of the parallel lines
  29. 29. • WHICH CENTRE CIRCLE IS BIGGER IN THE NEXT SLIDE?
  30. 30. PERCEPTION
  31. 31. PERCEPTION• The center circles are both the same size
  32. 32. PERCEPTION• There are only white circles at the intersections
  33. 33. PERCEPTION
  34. 34. PERCEPTIONIllusory Contours Although there are only circles with sections taken out of them, our eyes strive to see triangles. The sides of the triangles may appear curved when the angles of the sections do not add up to 180 degrees
  35. 35. PERCEPTIONRotating Wheels The circles appear to rotate when you move your head closer and further away from the screen while looking at the dot in the center. Our peripheral vision interprets the relative increase or decrease of the image in the retina as rotational motion of the slanted lines.
  36. 36. PERCEPTION• Warped Squares? There are no curved lines in these figures. You can use a ruler to check it out. The diagonal patterns created by the tiny squares distort the perception of the pictures
  37. 37. PERCEPTION
  38. 38. PERCEPTION
  39. 39. PERCEPTION• Shifting gears Afterimages of complementary colors create apparent movement in our peripheral vision as our eyes shift across the page
  40. 40. PERCEPTION• A portion of misplaced lines can be clearly identified as forming a circle, even when there is no outline of a circle
  41. 41. PERCEPTION
  42. 42. • OBSERVE THE NEXT FEW SLIDES CAREFULLY.
  43. 43. PERCEPTION
  44. 44. • THE WORD IN THE PICTURE IS ILLUSION.• LOOK CAREFULLY.
  45. 45. PERCEPTION
  46. 46. • THE WORD IN THE ABOVE PICTURE IS•LIFT
  47. 47. •Two Words in One Painting
  48. 48. •One face? Or two profiles facing each other
  49. 49. See this photo of Albert Einstein?Get out of your seat and look at it from ten feet away, It will morph into Marilyn Monroe
  50. 50. A Native American profile?Or an Eskimo entering a cave?
  51. 51. PERCEPTION
  52. 52. • ARE YOU ABLE TO SEE THE SERIES OF YATCHES OR PILLERS?
  53. 53. •THE ABOVE PICTURE IS FLAT
  54. 54. • YOU CAN FIND DIFFERENT PICURES IN THE BELOW SILDE
  55. 55. PERCEPTION
  56. 56. • YOU CAN FIND ONE MORE PICTURE IN THE ABOVE SLIDE
  57. 57. • WHAT ARE YOU OBSERVING IN THIS SLIDE? A OLD WOMAN OR• A YOUNG LADY
  58. 58. WHAT IS THE NUMBER IN THIS PICTURE?
  59. 59. • PRESENTED BY• Dr.KESIRAJU RAMPRASAD• EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST AND COUNSELOR
  60. 60. • THANKS TO MANY PEOPLE WHO CONTRIBUTED GREAT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE PERCEPTION CONCEPT.• MY GREATFUL THANKS TO ALL THE GREAT PEOPLE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO PREPARE THIS SLIDE.
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