Visual Perception

DQ 3
Please answer each question with a minimum of 140 words, with correct APA References and Citations.

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  2. Describe Tong’s experiment in which he presented a picture of a house to one eye and a picture of a face to the other eye. What did the results indicate?
  3. Describe Grill-Spector’s “Harrison Ford” experiment. What do the results indicate about the connection between brain activity and the ability to recognize faces?
  4. What is the evidence that newborns and young infants can perceive faces? What is the evidence that perceiving the full complexity of faces does not occur until late adolescence or adulthood?
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  6. What is biological motion, and how has it been studied using point light displays?
  7. What is an event? What is the evidence that motion helps determine the location of event boundaries? What is the relation between events and our ability to predict what is going to happen next?
  8. What is implied motion? What is representational momentum? Describe behavioral evidence demonstrating representational momentum, physiological experiments that investigated how the brain responds to implied motion stimuli, and the experiment that used photographs to generate a motion aftereffect.
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  10. What is color constancy? Describe three factors that help us achieve color constancy.
  11. What is lightness constancy? Describe the factors that are responsible for lightness constancy?
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  13. Describe the Holway and Boring experiment. What do the results of this experiment tell us about how size perception is influenced by depth perception?