How we see our world - perception and anatomy of the eye?

Psychology - How we see our world.

Key words:

  • Perception- The way in which what we see is interprated, regarded and understood.
  • Seeing- Biological and physical process in which our eyes recieve images via light.
  • Retina- The light sensative layer at the back of the eye; this is a collection of photosensative cells called rods and cones.
  • Rods- Light sensative cells in the Retina that respond even in dim light.
  • Cones- Light senstaive cells in the Retina that can detect colour.
  • Optic nerve- Bundle of nerve cells that leads out fomr the Retina at the back of the eye.
  • Blind spot- The area of the Retina

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