*Ternus illusion

These different perceptions are dependent on the duration of the ISI. Numerous studies have demonstrated that short ISIs cause ... The effect that Ternus had observed was in fact a bistable percept or perception of apparent motion which he found using a ... These studies also support the finding that longer ISIs create the perception that the elements are all moving as one from left ... A study by Scott-Samuel & Hess found that the perception of element motion is influenced by changes in the spatial appearance ...

*Scalar expectancy

Thus time perception is like the perception of lights, sounds, and other sensory events, where accuracy also is relative to the ...

*Motor theory of speech perception

The motor theory of speech perception is not widely held in the field of speech perception, though it is more popular in other ... As a result, "speech perception is sometimes interpreted as referring to the perception of speech at the sublexical level. ... The motor theory of speech perception would predict that speech motor abilities in infants predict their speech perception ... The motor theory of speech perception faces the problem that the research linking speech perception to speech production is ...

*Perception

... "perception-in-action", the notion that perception is a requisite property of animate action; that without perception, action ... no enrichment is required and perception is direct perception. An ecological understanding of perception derived from Gibson's ... Cognitive theories of perception assume there is a poverty of stimulus. This (with reference to perception) is the claim that ... Social perception is the part of perception that allows people to understand the individuals and groups of their social world, ...

*Motion perception

... is studied by many disciplines, including psychology (i.e. visual perception), neurology, neurophysiology, ... Motion perception is the process of inferring the speed and direction of elements in a scene based on visual, vestibular and ... The phi phenomenon has been referred to as "first-order" motion perception. Werner E. Reichardt and Bernard Hassenstein have ... Adelson, E.H.; Bergen, J.R. (1985). "Spatiotemporal energy models for the perception of motion". Journal of the Optical Society ...

*Duplex perception

... was argued as evidence for the existence of distinct systems for general auditory perception and speech ... Duplex perception refers to the linguistic phenomenon whereby "part of the acoustic signal is used for both a speech and a ... Liberman, A. M.; Isenberg, D.; Rakerd, B. (1981). "Duplex perception of cues for stop consonants: Evidence for a phonetic mode ... Human perception and performance. 16 (4): 742-754. doi:10.1037/0096-1523.16.4.742. PMID 2148589. ...

*Haptic perception

... and that haptic perception is active exploration. The concept of haptic perception is related to the concept of extended ... Haptic perception ([haptόs] error: {{lang-xx}}: text has italic markup (help) "palpable", haptikόs "suitable for touch") means ... Haptic perception relies on the forces experienced during touch. This research allows the creation of "virtual", illusory ... Nature 412 (6845):445-8 (2001). "The Cutting edge of haptics" Robles-De-La-Torre G. Principles of Haptic Perception in Virtual ...

*Form perception

... is a demanding task for the brain because a retina has a significant blind spot and retinal veins that obstruct ... Form perception is the recognition of objects in a particular form within a certain environment. The meaningful shapes or ... Dysfunctions in form perception occur in several areas that involve visual processing, which is how visual information is ... Studies prove that training causes improvement in form perception in both young and old adults. Learning to integrate local ...

*Perception training

Complex perceptions are often multi-sensory perceptions. Example: To distinguish between a real apple and fake the subject ... The basic principles of perception training are similar to problem solving. The perception of a simple stimulus (like a sound ... Vision-Motor-Perception Program is based on the assumption that vision is the most important sensory mechanism. This program, ... Complex perceptions like voice recognition or discrimination of similar sound sequences need experience and can generally be ...

*Extrasensory perception

ISBN 978-1-57392-121-3. Extrasensory perception at Curlie (based on DMOZ) Extrasensory Perception at Video HQ FBI file on ... Extrasensory perception, ESP or Esper, also called sixth sense or second sight, includes claimed reception of information not ... 1938). Extra-Sensory Perception: What Is It?. American Journal of Sociology. Vol. 43, No. 4. pp. 623-634. "Investigating ... Cox concluded "There is no evidence of extrasensory perception either in the 'average man' or of the group investigated or in ...

*Emotion perception

This process is by no means exclusive to visual perception and in fact may overlap considerably with other modes of perception ... Culture plays a significant role in emotion perception, most notably in facial perception. Although the features of the face ... Emotion perception refers to the capacities and abilities of recognizing and identifying emotions in others, in addition to ... Emotion perception is primarily a cognitive process driven by particular brain systems believed to specialize in identifying ...

*Machine perception

"Machine Perception & Cognitive Robotics Laboratory". www.ccs.fau.edu. Retrieved 2016-06-18. "Machine Perception Research - ECE ... Machine perception is the capability of a computer system to interpret data in a manner that is similar to the way humans use ... Machine perception allows the computer to use this sensory input, as well as conventional computational means of gathering ... The end goal of machine perception is to give machines the ability to see, feel and perceive the world as humans do and ...

*Moral perception

Moral perceptions are also particular in nature. Blum, Lawrence. 1994. Moral Perception and Particularity. Cambridge: Cambridge ... Moral perception is a term used in ethics to denote the discernment of the morally salient qualities in particular situations. ... Moral perceptions are argued to be necessary to moral reasoning (see practical reason), the deliberation of what is the right ... Moral perception is variously conceptualized by Aristotle, Hannah Arendt, and Martha C. Nussbaum. Lawrence Blum (1994) ...

*Categorical perception

Emotional categorical perception can also be seen as a mix of categorical and dimensional perception. Dimensional perception ... Categorical perception is a phenomenon of perception of distinct categories when there is a gradual change in a variable along ... Categorical perception is identified with the left prefrontal cortex with this showing such perception for speech units while ... 2001). "Categorical perception of facial expressions by 7-month-old infants". Perception. 30 (9): 1115-1125. doi:10.1068/p3155 ...

*Interpersonal perception

... is an area of research in social psychology which examines the beliefs that interacting people have ... Kenny, D.A. (1994). Interpersonal perception: A social relations analysis. New York, NY: Guilford Press. Funder, D.C. (1995). ... This area differs from social cognition and person perception by being interpersonal rather than intrapersonal, and thus ... Vazier, S. & Gosling, S.D. (2004). e-Perceptions: Personality impressions based on personal websites. Journal of Personality ...

*Accent perception

The development of accent perception occurs in early childhood. Consequently, from a young age accents influence our perception ... The perception of accents is normal within any given group of language users and involves the categorisation of speakers into ... Accents can significantly alter the perception of an individual or an entire group, which is an important fact considering that ... Cosmides, L.; Tooby, J.; Kurzban, R. (2003). "Perceptions of race". Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 7 (4): 173-179. doi:10.1016/ ...

*Perception Records

... and Today Records, the latter of which was run by Perception's executive vice president, Patrick Adams. ... Perception Records was an American jazz/R&B record label. What originally began as a production company in 1967 for Pop and ... Eventually expanding its roster to cater to other genres, Perception's claim to fame was the Soul music output from both of its ... Parent Label: Perception Ventures, Inc. Allmusic Archive. Discogs. ...

*Music Perception

... is a music journal published by University of California Press, in Berkeley, California. Published five times ... Music Perception was founded by Diana Deutsch. Diana Deutsch, Founding Editor Jamshed Bharucha Robert Gjerdingen Lola Cuddy " ... Music Perception on University of California Press Journals website. ... "Music Perception". 2016 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Social Sciences ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2017. "Diana Deutsch, ...

*Speech perception

For speech perception, the theory asserts that the objects of perception are actual vocal tract movements, or gestures, and not ... These are dichotic listening, categorical perception, and duplex perception. Through the research in these categories it has ... "Speech Perception: New Directions in Research and Theory". In J.L. Miller; P.D. Eimas. Handbook of Perception and Cognition: ... "speech perception". The term 'speech perception' describes the process of interest that employs sub lexical contexts to the ...

*Constructive perception

Also known as intelligent perception, constructive perception shows the relationship between intelligence and perception. This ... Constructive perception, is the theory of perception in which the perceiver uses sensory information and other sources of ... During perception, hypotheses are formed and tested about percepts that are based on three things: sensory data, knowledge, and ... The philosophy of Immanuel Kant explains that our perception of the world is reciprocal; it both is affected by and affects our ...

*Amodal perception

... is the perception of the whole of a physical structure when only parts of it affect the sensory receptors. ... Developmental psychology Illusory contours Intermodal perception Psychology Lehar, Steven (1999). "Gestalt Isomorphism and the ... Quantification of Spatial Perception" (pdf). Gestalt Theory. 21 (2): 122-139. Breckon, Toby; Fisher, Robert (2005). "Amodal ...

*Face perception

Facial perception has well identified, neuroanatomical correlates in the brain. During the perception of faces, major ... "Face Perception, Neural Basis of". Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. John Wiley & Sons. 2005. "Face Perception, Psychology of ... Maurer, D. (1985). Infants' Perception of Facedness. In T. M. Field & N. A. Fox (Eds.), Social Perception in Infants (pp. 73- ... research on normal adult face perception and the study of impairments in face perception that are caused by brain injury or ...

*Prenatal perception

... is the study of the extent of somatosensory and other types of perception during pregnancy. In practical ... Electroencephalography indicates that the capacity for functional pain perception in premature infants does not exist before 29 ... is a critical event with regard to fetal perception of pain, as they allow peripheral sensory information to arrive at the ... terms, this means the study of fetuses; none of the accepted indicators of perception are present in embryos.[citation needed] ...

*Social perception

... (or person perception) is the study of how people form impressions of and make inferences about other people ... While accurate social perception is important, it has also been rather neglected. It is difficult to provide a set list of ... Social perception skills can be improved through learning the rules of probability and logic. People can make more precise ... A real-world example of social perception would be understanding that others disagree with what one said when one sees them ...

*Visual perception

... the perception of depth, and figure-ground perception. The "wholly empirical theory of perception" is a related and newer ... The resulting perception is also known as visual perception, eyesight, sight, or vision (adjectival form: visual, optical, or ... However, both stereoscopic and pictorial perception, as well as monocular viewing, make clear that the perception of 3D shape ... The Joy of Visual Perception Resource on the eye's perception abilities. VisionScience. Resource for Research in Human and ...