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*  Sensation and Perception by Leo Ham on Prezi
colorblindness: a variety of deficiencies in the ability to distinguish among colors. Hearing:. Deafness- the inability to hear ... visual agnosia: inability to recognize objects propagnosia: inability to recognize familiar faces. ... relies on fluid movements in semicircular canals in inner ear (equilibrium) Gustav Fechner - published pioneering work on ... Depth Perception Involves interpretation of visual cues that indicate how near or far away objects are:. -Binocular/monocular ...
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*  Glossary of machine vision - Wikipedia
Depth perception. DP is the visual ability to perceive the world in three dimensions. It is a trait common to many higher ... in humans is the inability to perceive differences between some or all colors that other people can distinguish Color ... A CS-Mount lens will not work on a C-Mount camera. CS-mount is a 1" diameter, 32 threads per inch mounting thread. Data matrix ... In visual perception, contrast is the difference in visual properties that makes an object (or its representation in an image) ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_machine_vision
*  Human Physiology/Senses - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Depth Perception[edit]. Depth perception is the visual ability to perceive the world in three dimensions. It is a trait common ... in humans is the inability to perceive differences between some or all colors that other people can distinguish. It is most ... These receptors work together and lead to depolarization of the cell and neurotransmitter release.. Bitter. There are many ... Visual Agnosia. Visual agnosia is the inability of the brain to make sense of or make use of some part of otherwise normal ...
  https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Human_Physiology/Senses
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multitude of applications such as neuroplasticity, visual perception, and impedance studies. The. electrodes in the dish are ... avoid in future work.. Another example of this behavior occurred in the results from Subj ect 2. In Figure 3-6,. moving average ... the inability to prove the desired relationship. Poor signal to noise ratios led to difficulty in. identifying resistance ... in the vessels, and the ensuing ability to indirectly image activity, is not known. While fMRI can. determine the existence of ...
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*  10 Eye-Popping Facts About Vision | Listverse
Anyone with other forms of colorblindness, such as the common inability to distinguish between reds and greens, will dream in ... Though Nong's uncanny ability is plausible if his eyes have extra light receptors, the whole thing could also be fake. Either ... Pulling double duty, dopamine is needed for these cells to work properly as well as making a person feel driven and focused. ... Another experiment suggests the deaf can also use their sense of touch to develop visual acuity. Two study groups received a ...
  http://listverse.com/2016/11/09/10-eye-popping-facts-about-vision/amp/
*  Taste blindness | Article about taste blindness by The Free Dictionary
visual defect resulting in the inability to distinguish colors. About 8% of men and 0.5% of women experience some difficulty in ... Loss or absence of the ability to perceive visual images.. The condition of a person having less than 1/10 (20/200 on the ... organ of vision and light perception. In humans the eye is of the camera type, with an iris diaphragm and variable focusing, or ... A person whose vision has deteriorated to the point that he cannot do his customary work is considered occupationally blind. ...
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*  Face perception - Wikipedia
Being shown photographs of macaques during this three-month period gave nine-month-olds the ability to reliably distinguish ... The occipital face area is activated by the visual perception of single features of the face, for example, the nose and mouth, ... Impairments in face and emotion perception are linked to impairments in social skills, due to the individual's inability to ... has been particularly helpful in understanding how normal face perception might work. Individuals with prosopagnosia may differ ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Face_perception
*  Frontiers | Methodological Problems on the Way to Integrative Human Neuroscience | Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience
Gibson, J. J. (1979). The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co. ... Therefore, each component approaches the common set of questions (e.g., "How does the brain work?"; "How is its work linked ... Fourth, the quality of data can be used to distinguish "hard" sciences like physics with interval or rational data from "soft" ... The ability to think in general terms is a big advantage of systems sciences. This advantage can help to overcome the ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnint.2016.00041/full
*  Arrowsmith School - Wikipedia
According to Arrowsmith Young, she based the program on Mark Rosenzweig's work on neuroplasticity and on the work of Alexander ... As a child she had exceptional visual and auditory memory, but it was coupled with several severe deficits in other areas, ... Kinaesthetic perception According to Arrowsmith Young, this deficit involves the somatosensory area of the parietal lobe which ... this is intended to stimulate the left hemisphere motor cortex and thus improve tracking while reading and improve the ability ...
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*  Infant visual development - Wikipedia
After a one-year period, the monkey's ability to distinguish colors was poorer than that of normal monkey exposed to a full ... 1998) Infant visual perception. In Handbook of Child Psychology, Volume 2: Cognition, Perception, and Language (1st edn), vol. ... Because of an infant's inability to verbally express their visual field, growing research in this field relies heavily on ... Evidence has shown that newborns' eyes do not work in the same fashion as older children or adults - mainly due to poor ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infant_visual_development
*  Temporoparietal junction - Wikipedia
The dopaminergic-serotonergic system mediates our ability to distinguish and understand others beliefs as well as predict their ... Visual signals provide the sensory information necessary for the brain to process spatial recognition of the world. When vision ... This is a growing field due to the prevalence of ailments that involve TPJ as well as because of the importance of perception ... Often, however, the separate halves of the TPJ will work in coordination. The TPJ is mainly involved in information processing ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temporoparietal_junction
*  The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science by Norman Doidge | NOOK Book ...
Before he did this work, it was acceptable to say, as most neuroscientists do, that we have a "visual cortex" in our occipital ... And their perceptions were complex. With practice, subjects could move the camera around and say things like "That is Betty; ... As a person whose ability to make a living depends on a fairly decent functioning brain, I was hoping to get out of this book ... Yet this sweeping allows him to sort out where the doorjamb is, or the chair, or distinguish a foot when he hits it, because it ...
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*  Frontiers | Optic ataxia as a model to investigate the role of the posterior parietal cortex in visually guided action:...
... visual half-field. Given the clear-cut specificity of this patient's deficit, whereby reaching actions are essentially spared ... visual half-field. Given the clear-cut specificity of this patient's deficit, whereby reaching actions are essentially spared ... Optic ataxia is a neuropsychological disorder that affects the ability to interact with objects presented in the visual ... Optic ataxia is a neuropsychological disorder that affects the ability to interact with objects presented in the visual ...
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*  Frontiers | Hallucinations and related concepts-their conceptual background | Psychology
... while others describe them as a change in perception (Jaspers, Fish). A more integrated perspectives like those proposed by ... while others describe them as a change in perception (Jaspers, Fish). A more integrated perspectives like those proposed by ... These authors suggested that hallucinations occur as a result of the inability of the subject to distinguish if an object is ... Merleau-Ponty, M. (2002). Phenomenology of Perception, 2nd Edn. London: Routledge. (Original work: "Phénomènologie de la ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00991/full
*  Brains Truc 10 | Human Brain | Neuron
A specific type of visual agnosia characterized by the inability to distinguish the identity of objects. to learn patterns ... He was an American psychologist who did influential and highly original work on visual perception. © 1993-2006 Microsoft ... Binet attempted to develop experimental techniques to measure intelligence and reasoning ability. Binet's most important work ... Visual agnosia: A form of agnosia that results in an inability to interpret visual data. contrasted with voluntary or reflex ...
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*  Nonconscious activation of placebo and nocebo pain responses | PNAS
All pairwise comparisons in experiment 2 were also significant despite subjects' inability to consciously distinguish the faces ... Recent work by Watson et al. (34, 35) also supports the notion that conscious expectation plays a dominant role in conditioned ... Experimental procedure and visual exposures. (A) Overview of the experimental design of experiments 1 and 2. Conditioning ... Subjects were informed that the study investigated "the influence of implicit and explicit learning on pain perception" but the ...
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*  Eyesight and vision in the workplace - Personnel Today
Depth perception. One of the many remarkable characteristics of the human visual system is its ability to judge distance and ... Colour vision is the ability to distinguish objects based on the wavelengths of light they reflect, emit or transmit. Colour ... Making mobility work … with Microsoft Surface. PROMOTED , Workplaces are slowly disappearing. In their place we have .... Find ... Minor deficiencies are unlikely to cause any problems beyond an inability to differentiate between some subtle changes in ...
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*  Color blindness - Wikipedia
Inability to distinguish color does not necessarily preclude the ability to become a celebrated artist. The 20th century ... When the need to process visual information as rapidly as possible arises, for example in an emergency situation, the visual ... Because of Dalton's work, the general condition has been called daltonism, although in English this term is now used only for ... Some sources do not consider these to be true color blindness, because the failure is of perception, not of vision. They are ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_blindness
*  Face perception - Wikipedia
Being shown photographs of macaques during this three-month period gave nine-month-olds the ability to reliably distinguish ... The occipital face area is activated by the visual perception of single features of the face, for example, the nose and mouth, ... due to the individual's inability to distinguish facial emotions.[133][134] The severity of schizophrenia symptoms has been ... has been particularly helpful in understanding how normal face perception might work. Individuals with prosopagnosia may differ ...
  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Face_perception
*  Early Childhood Neurobehavioral Assessment for the Differential Diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Alcohol-Related...
Have adequate visual perception and object recognition.. * Exhibit problems with eye-hand coordination and spatial orientation. ... ability to distinguish between the two objects. The ERP patterns demonstrated a baseline response to the familiar object and a ... Clinical researchers began to use ideas generated from animal studies to drive their own work. As this work progressed, several ... The inability to comprehend cause and effect affects the moral domain because children affected by alcohol do not understand ...
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*  Eye Health and Vision Basics | 2020 EyeGlasses
What Does Visual Acuity Mean?. Visual acuity is a measure of your central vision, the ability to distinguish details and shapes ... the ability to see colors, or depth perception. ... They work the same way as eyeglasses, but stay in place better ... Presbyopia: the inability to see things at near after the age of 40 years ... Refractive surgery is not cosmetic, but is functional because it restores a person's ability to see at a moderate visual acuity ...
  https://2020eyeglasses.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/eye-health-and-vision-basics/
*  Visual spatial attention - Wikipedia
This suggests a deficit in the ability to use attention to improve performance in detection and processing of visual targets in ... "Spatial selectivity in visual search" (PDF). Perception & Psychophysics. 30 (3): 283-290. doi:10.3758/BF03214284. CS1 maint: ... Hemineglect refers to the inability of patients with unilateral brain damage to detect objects in the side of space ... This enables the doctor to distinguish between deficits resembling neglect and those which may indicate extinction, by ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visual_spatial_attention
*  Classics in the History of Psychology -- Baldwin (1901) Definitions Im - Ind
Visual perception of objects when the regard is directed to something else. (J.M.B.) Indirect vision takes place with the ... in + capacitas, ability to contain]: Ger. Dispositionsunfähigkeit; Fr. incapacité; Ital. incapacità. Inability arising from ... 21 (8th ed., 1897); SCHUPPE, Logik, is the leading work of the school. (A.C.A.Jr.- K.G.) Immanent and Transeunt Activity. ... We may distinguish two forms, which may or may not coexist. The first has reference only to cognition as such. Psychical ...
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*  Niépce-Bell or Turing: how to test odour reproduction | Journal of The Royal Society Interface
... then the inability to distinguish the odour of a real steak from the ORS-generated one would not tell us much. I could not ... the ability to record and remotely produce recognizable renditions of arbitrary odours. We can reconstruct a visual stimulus by ... Perhaps to the contrary, the importance of his work is not only in the actual test he proposed but in the very raising of such ... 2011 Neural activity at the human olfactory epithelium reflects olfactory perception. Nat. Neurosci. 14, 1455-1461. (doi: ...
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*  The Autistic Brain
some visual perception ability to distinguish between truth and a lie. Function ... Both short term and long term memory (temporal lobe) had played a role in terms of his inability to recognize himself short ... He was not looking about to determine the appropriate answer he just assumed what had worked in the past would work in the ... some visual perception. But, this ability to take over for other areas, in many cases, was extremely limited. This was ...
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