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Perception : theory, development, and organisation

Perception : theory, development, and organisation (Loan 6 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Rookes, Paul, 1954- Willson, Jane , 1950-
Title Statement
Perception : theory, development, and organisation / Paul Rookes and Jane Willson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge,   2000.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 141 p. ; 20 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge modular psychology
ISBN
0415190932 (hbk) 0415190940 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Perception.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

List of illustrations = xi

Acknowledgements = xiii

1 Introduction to perception = 1

 Introduction = 1

 Sensation and perception = 1

 Why do psychologists study perception? = 2

 The visual system = 3

  The structure of the eye = 4

  Cornea = 4

  Iris and pupil = 5

  Lens = 5

  Retina = 6

  Fovea = 6

  Rods and cones = 8

  Optic nerve = 8

 Summary = 10

2 Theories and explanations of perception = 13

 Introduction = 13

 Top-down and bottom-up processing = 14

  Bottom-up processing = 14

  Top-down processing = 14

 Gibson's theory of direct perception = 16

  Description = 16

  The optic array = 17

  The importance of movement = 18

  Invariant information from the environment = 18

  A flow pattern = 19

  Horizon ratio = 19

  Direct perception = 20

  Evaluation = 21

 Contructivist theories = 22

  Background = 22

  Gregory's theory = 25

  Perceptual set = 27

  Evaluation = 29

 Synthesis theory = 30

  Background = 30

  Neisser's analysis-by-synthesis model = 31

  Evaluation = 32

 Computational theory = 33

  Background = 33

  Marr's model of visual perception = 34

  Evaluation = 36

 Summary = 36

3 Perceptual organisation = 39

 Introduction = 39

 Gestalt psychology = 40

  Evaluation = 45

 Perceptual constancies = 46

  Size constancy = 46

  Shape constancy = 48

  Brightness (or lightness) constancy = 49

  Colour constancy = 49

  Position constancy = 50

 Depth cues = 51

  Binocular cues = 51

  Convergence = 51

  Monocular cues = 52

 Visual illusions = 55

  Ambiguous figures = 55

  Paradoxical figures = 56

  Fictitious figures = 56

  Distortions = 58

 Pattern Perception (object recognition) = 60

  Template matching = 60

  Prototype models = 61

  Feature theories = 61

  Computational theories = 63

 Perceiving movement = 66

  The effect of the environment = 67

  The effect of context = 68

 Summary = 69

4 Perceptual development = 71

 Introduction = 71

 Overview of methods = 72

  Neonate studies = 72

  Non-human animal studies = 73

  Cataract studies = 76

  Readjustment studies = 77

  Cross-cultural studies = 78

  Conclusion = 78

 Evidence from neonate studies = 78

  Pattern recognition = 79

  Depth perception = 81

  Constancies = 83

 Evidence from non-human animal studies = 84

  Evaluation = 87

 Evidence from cataract studies = 88

 Evidence from readjustments studies = 89

  Evaluation = 90

 Evidence from cross-cultural studies = 90

 Conclusions = 91

 Summary = 91

5 Individual, social and cultural variations in perceptual organisation = 93

 Introduction = 93

 Individual and psychological variations = 94

  Age = 94

  Gender = 94

  Personality = 95

  Physiological states = 96

  Perceptual set = 97

 Cultural and social variations = 99

  Carpentered world explanations = 100

  Deprivation studies = 101

  Two-dimensional drawings = 102

  Assessment of cross-cultural studies = 104

 Summary = 106

6 Study aids = 109

 Improving your essay writing skills = 109

  Practice essay 1 = 110

  Practice essay 2 = 114

 Key research summaries = 116

  Article 1 = 116

  Article 2 = 118

Glossary = 121

References = 127

Index = 137



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