Task A. Answer three (3) of the following learning objectives (~300 words)
1. Describe how humans sense the environment? Explain the process of transduction.
2. What are absolute thresholds? Using Signal Detection Theory, explain why our sensitivity to sensations varies over the day.
3. Explain how light wavelengths are transformed in vision and the perception of colour
4. Explain the difference between the sensation of pain and the perception of pain.
Task B1: Online activity with specific questions to be answered (~200 words)
? List and explain the six Gestalt laws- for each law, provide a pictorial (real life) example of each (can include advertising symbols and neon lights etc).
Do not use academic examples such as dots in various arrays. Hence proximity is
But use real images, hence proximity is two couples rather than four people
Task B2: define and provide an example of the following monocular [perceptual] cues
Using the traditional image of the Taj Mahal, provide an example of the following monocular depth cues: linerar perspective; relative size; interposition [overlay]; and texture gradient.
Task C. Either describe the most interesting/surprising aspect of the chapter or apply (or explain) some aspect of this material to your life (or your future work life). (~100 words)