Visual Perception

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Degree Cognitive Psychology Mind Map on Visual Perception, created by gianne219 on 05/17/2013.

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Visual Perception
1 1. Physiology of Vision
1.1 a. Vision
1.2 b. Photoreceptors
1.2.1 Rods
1.2.2 Cones
1.3 c.The Eye
1.4 d. Visual Brain
2 2. How we perceive
2.1 a. Perception Form
2.1.1 a. Proximity principle
2.1.2 b. Closure principle
2.1.3 c. Similarity Principle
2.1.4 d. Continuity Principle
2.2 b. Constancies
2.2.1 a. Brightness
2.2.2 b. Colour
2.2.3 c. Shape
2.2.4 d. Size
3 3. Visual Illusions
3.1 a. Muller-Lyer
3.2 b. Ponzo
4 4. Depth Perception
4.1 a. Binocular Cues
4.1.1 a. Retinal Disparity
4.1.2 b. Binocular Convergence
4.2 b. Monocular Cues
4.2.1 a. Interposition
4.2.2 b. Texture Gradient
4.2.3 c. Linear Perspective
4.3 c. Motion Cues
4.3.1 a. Motion Parallax
4.3.2 Optical Flow Pattern

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