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PSYC30017 - Perception, Memory and Cognition H1 Notes

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Cognitive science Behavioural sciences Cognition Perception Attention Neuropsychology Psychology Visual short-term memory Visual search Feature integration theory Illusory conjunctions Inattentional blindness
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Cognitive science Behavioural sciences Cognition Perception Attention Neuropsychology Psychology Visual short-term memory Visual search Feature integration theory Illusory conjunctions Inattentional blindness
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Luminance = Reflectance x illumination Gilchrist et al, 1999, rearrange the formula to . Thus, after figure out the reflectance of any one surface, the reflectances of all the other surfaces can be deduced. . Humans assume that the surface with the highest luminance (HL) is white with reflectance of approx 90%, reflectance_REF = 90%, Luminance_REF = HL. This is know as anchoring to white. Gilchrist 1997 - Anchoring Framework, Depth, Orientation, Penumbra, Junction, Grouping Depth - surfaces that appear to lie in different depth planes are typically treated as different frameworks. Gilchrist’s experiment, two patch A and B, A with higher depth than B, initially, it appears to lie in the same plane as B, by cutting...
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