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Perceptual processes and development

Depth perception
Several cues to perceive depth. Gibson's direct theory of perception states that all cues can be
directly perceived, but constructivists disagree, they argue that the ability to perceive depth is
learned through experience

Depth cues- divided into 2 types: Binocular cues- 2 eyes &…

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The phi phenomenon- The illusion of movement can be created by displaying a series of still
images. When it is rapid we see motion.

Wertheimer (1912)- presented 2 vertical lines together, presentation of lines was alternated, so
only one appreared. When the delay between disappearance of the other was reduced…

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Vaneesha Kaur


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