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Nov 16, 2016 by Carol Sigelman (carol)
PSYC 3124 : Visual Perception
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:03:48 GMT
Mon, 07 Nov 2016 00:00:47 GMT
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PSYC 3180 : Seminar in Cognitive Science
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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PSYC 1001, PSYC 2101, and PSYC 2014 or PSYC 2015
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An overview of human perception, ranging from the detection of simple stimuli to the identification of objects and events; perceptions of color, motion, and spatial layout; research methodology, biological foundations, and theoretical issues.
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
DESCRIBE the basic methodologies used to study visual space perception and scene perception.
SUMMARIZE the known absolute and relative distance cues and their relative strengths.
COMPARE AND CONTRAST leading theories within the domains of visual space perception and scene
DESIGN and CONDUCT an experiment to answer an outstanding question in space or scene perception or to
demonstrate a key phenomenon in one of these fields.
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I noticed a discrepancy in which the prerequisites listed above are correct in the currently published bulletin but were wrong here (where only Psyc 1001 was listed). I am just trying to correct the system, which may be blocking some students from e-registering. Thanks, CKS
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