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  1. Chapter 1;;;
  2. Illusions;;;
  3. Sensation;;;
  4. Perception;;;
  5. Cognition;;;
  6. Information processing;;;
  7. Levels-of-processing;;;
  8. Biological reductionism;;;
  9. Modularity of perception;;;
  10. Direct perception;;;
  11. Invariants;;;
  12. Affordances;;;
  13. Computational theories;;;
  14. Intelligent perception;;;
  15. Constructive theories;;;
  16. ;;;
  17. Chapter 2;;;
  18. First person data;;;
  19. Third person data;;;
  20. Psychophysics;;;
  21. Detection;;;
  22. Discrimination;;;
  23. Scaling;;;
  24. Identification;;;
  25. Absolute threshold;;;
  26. Psychometric function;;;
  27. Method of constant stimuli;;;
  28. Method of limits;;;
  29. Adaptive testing;;;
  30. Staircase method;;;
  31. Catch trials;;;
  32. Signal detection theory;;;
  33. Criterion;;;
  34. Sensitivity;;;
  35. Standard;;;
  36. Difference threshold;;;
  37. Just noticable difference;;;
  38. Negative time error;;;
  39. Weber fraction;;;
  40. Choice response time;;;
  41. Speed-accuracy trading relationship;;;
  42. Prothetic continuum;;;
  43. Metathetic continuum;;;
  44. Direct scaling;;;
  45. Indirect scaling;;;
  46. Fechner's law;;;
  47. Power Law (Steven's law);;;
  48. Method of magnitude estimation;;;
  49. Cross.modality matching;;;
  50. Information theory;;;
  51. Bit;;;
  52. Information transmission;;;
  53. Channel capacity;;;
  54. Identification time;;;
  55. Hick's law;;;
  56. ;;;
  57. Chapter 3;;;
  58. Neuron;;;
  59. Sensory neuron;;;
  60. Interneuron;;;
  61. Motor neuron;;;
  62. Cellbody;;;
  63. Axon;;;
  64. Dendrites;;;
  65. Glia cells;;;
  66. Myelin sheath;;;
  67. Nerv;;;
  68. Central nervous system (CNS);;;
  69. Tract;;;
  70. White matter;;;
  71. Gray matter;;;
  72. Resting potential;;;
  73. Sodium-Potassium pump;;;
  74. Depolarization;;;
  75. Hyperpolarization;;;
  76. Action potentials;;;
  77. Neural spike;;;
  78. Refractory period;;;
  79. Graded potential;;;
  80. Synaptic transmission;;;
  81. Microelectrode;;;
  82. Stereotaxic instrument;;;
  83. Regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF);;;
  84. Scalera;;;
  85. Cornea;;;
  86. Pupil;;;
  87. Accomodtion;;;
  88. Near point;;;
  89. Emmetropic;;;
  90. Hypermetropia;;;
  91. Myopia;;;
  92. Phototoxic lens brunescence;;;
  93. Retina;;;
  94. Pigment epithelium;;;
  95. Reflecting tapetum;;;
  96. Transduction;;;
  97. Photoreceptors;;;
  98. Rods;;;
  99. Cones;;;
  100. Bipolar cells;;;
  101. Ganglion cells;;;
  102. Horizontal cells;;;
  103. Amacrine cells;;;
  104. Optic axis;;;
  105. Macula;;;
  106. Fovea centralis;;;
  107. Duplex retina theory;;;
  108. Scotopic;;;
  109. Photopic;;;
  110. Day blindness;;;
  111. Rhodopsin;;;
  112. Iodopsin;;;
  113. Optic nerve;;;
  114. Parvo cells;;;
  115. Magno cells;;;
  116. Topographic map;;;
  117. Blind spot;;;
  118. Receptive field;;;
  119. Optic chiasm;;;
  120. Tectopulvinar system;;;
  121. Superior colliculi;;;
  122. Back projection;;;
  123. Geniculostriate system;;;
  124. Optic radiation;;;
  125. Visual Area 1;;;
  126. Visual Area 2;;;
  127. Chemical staining;;;
  128. Cortical magnification;;;
  129. Primary visual cortex (or striate cortex);;;
  130. Scotoma;;;
  131. Cortical blindness;;;
  132. Simple cells;;;
  133. Orientation specificity;;;
  134. Complex cell;;;
  135. End-stopped cell;;;
  136. Blobs;;;
  137. Interblobs;;;
  138. Hypercolumn;;;
  139. Prestriate cortex;;;
  140. V1-V2-cortex;;;
  141. Area V3;;;
  142. Cerebral achromatopsia;;;
  143. Area V5;;;
  144. Cerebral akinetopsia;;;
  145. Parietal lobe;;;
  146. Optic ataxia;;;
  147. Temporal lobe;;;
  148. Inferotemporal cortex;;;
  149. Psychic blindness;;;
  150. Visual agnosia;;;
  151. Superior tempral cortex;;;
  152. ;;;
  153. Chapter 4;;;
  154. Photometric unit;;;
  155. Radiance;;;
  156. Lumen;;;
  157. Illuminance;;;
  158. Lumiance;;;
  159. Reflectance;;;
  160. Retinal illuminance;;;
  161. Brightness;;;
  162. Lightness;;;
  163. Bril;;;
  164. Dark adaption;;;
  165. Light adaption;;;
  166. Photopic;;;
  167. Scotopic;;;
  168. Purkinje shift;;;
  169. Bunsen-Roscoe law;;;
  170. Bloch's law;;;
  171. Ricco's law;;;
  172. Simulitaneous brightness contrast;;;
  173. Lateral inhibition;;;
  174. Mach bands;;;
  175. Brightness anchoring;;;
  176. Brightness assimilation;;;
  177. Color circle (or Color wheel);;;
  178. Hue;;;
  179. Monochromatic;;;
  180. Spectral colors;;;
  181. Color spindle (or Color solid);;;
  182. Color atlas;;;
  183. Metameric colors;;;
  184. Primaries;;;
  185. Additive color mixing;;;
  186. Substractive color mixing;;;
  187. Complementary colors;;;
  188. CIE chromaticity space;;;
  189. Tristimulus values;;;
  190. RGB-space;;;
  191. Trichromatic theory;;;
  192. Color blindness;;;
  193. Dichromats;;;
  194. Protanopia;;;
  195. Deuteranopia;;;
  196. Tritanopia;;;
  197. Anomalous trichromantism;;;
  198. Microspectrophotometer;;;
  199. Mezopic;;;
  200. Tetrachromat;;;
  201. Opponent-process theory;;;
  202. Opponent process;;;
  203. Parvocellular layers;;;
  204. Magnocellular layers;;;
  205. Koniocellular layers;;;
  206. Subjective colors;;;
  207. Bezold-Brucke effect;;;
  208. Chromatic adaption;;;
  209. Afterimages;;;
  210. Simultaneous color contrast;;;
  211. Color assimilation effect;;;
  212. ;;;
  213. Chapter 5;;;
  214. Wave;;;
  215. Pure tone;;;
  216. Wavelength;;;
  217. Frequency;;;
  218. Hertz (Hz);;;
  219. Pressure Amplitude;;;
  220. Bel;;;
  221. Sound pressure Levels;;;
  222. Decibels (dB);;;
  223. Phase angle;;;
  224. In phase;;;
  225. relative phase;;;
  226. Active noise suppression;;;
  227. Timbre;;;
  228. Fourier components;;;
  229. Ohm's acoustical law;;;
  230. Labyrinth;;;
  231. Cochlea;;;
  232. Outer ear;;;
  233. Pinna;;;
  234. Ear canal (or External auditory meatus);;;
  235. Eardrum (or tympanum);;;
  236. Middle ear;;;
  237. Ossicles;;;
  238. Malleus;;;
  239. Incus;;;
  240. Stapes;;;
  241. Oval window;;;
  242. Conduction deafness;;;
  243. Eustachian tube;;;
  244. Otitis media;;;
  245. Inner ear;;;
  246. Vestibular canal;;;
  247. Tympanic canal;;;
  248. Round window;;;
  249. Perilymph;;;
  250. Cochlear duct;;;
  251. Reissner's membrane;;;
  252. Basilar membrane;;;
  253. Tectorial membrane;;;
  254. Organ of Corti;;;
  255. Inner hair cells;;;
  256. Outer hair cells;;;
  257. Hair bundle;;;
  258. Spiral gangilon ;;;
  259. Type 1 fibers;;;
  260. Type 2 fibers;;;
  261. Superior olive;;;
  262. Active process;;;
  263. Otoacoustic emissions;;;
  264. Transduction;;;
  265. Threshold response curve;;;
  266. Characteristic frequency;;;
  267. Tuned neuron;;;
  268. Tunning curve;;;
  269. Two-tone suppression;;;
  270. Neural adaption;;;
  271. Phase locking;;;
  272. Saturation;;;
  273. Cochlear implants;;;
  274. Feedforward sweep;;;
  275. Feedback sweep;;;
  276. Cochlear nucleus;;;
  277. Ventral cochlear nucleus;;;
  278. Inferior colliculus;;;
  279. Medial geniculate;;;
  280. Primary auditory projection area;;;
  281. Onset neurons;;;
  282. Pauser neurons;;;
  283. Chopper neurons;;;
  284. Primary-like neurons;;;
  285. Offset neurons;;;
  286. Tonotopic;;;
  287. Frequency sweep detectors;;;
  288. ;;;
  289. Chapter 6;;;
  290. Dynamic range;;;
  291. Hughe's law;;;
  292. Critical band;;;
  293. Monaural;;;
  294. Binaural;;;
  295. Auditory masking;;;
  296. Simultaneous masking;;;
  297. Upward spread of masking;;;
  298. Forward masking;;;
  299. Backward masking;;;
  300. Central masking;;;
  301. Azimuth;;;
  302. Sound shadow;;;
  303. Sound level difference;;;
  304. Time difference;;;
  305. Minimum audible angle;;;
  306. Precedence effect;;The fusion of sounds and their early echoes into one auditory event
    and the localization of that fused sound at the source of the earliest-arriving sound.;
  307. Reverberation sound;;;
  308. Loudness constancy;;;
  309. Head-related transfer function (HRTF);;;
  310. Loudness ;;;
  311. Pitch;;;
  312. Sone;;;
  313. Equal loudness contour;;;
  314. Spectral loudness summation;;;
  315. Bandwidth;;;
  316. Acoustical pitch;;;
  317. Fundamental;;;
  318. Harmonics;;;
  319. Missing fundamental;;;
  320. Place principle;;;
  321. Frequency principle;;;
  322. Volley principle;;;
  323. Auditory scene;;;
  324. Auditory scene analysis;;;
  325. Auditory grouping;;;
  326. Auditory schema;;;
  327. Intended to say;;;
  328. Phonetics;;;
  329. Phoneme;;;
  330. Formants;;;
  331. Linearity;;;
  332. Acoustic-phonetic invariance;;;
  333. Constant set;;;
  334. Categorical perception;;;
  335. Phonemic boundary;;;
  336. McGurk effect;;;
  337. Cross-modal integration;;;
  338. Context;;;
  339. Homophones;;;
  340. Phonemic restoration effect;;;
  341. Feature detectors;;;
  342. Template matching;;;
  343. Auditory theory;;;
  344. Cohor theory;;;
  345. Trace theory;;;
  346. Motor theory;;;
  347. Gestures;;;
  348. ;;;
  349. Chapter 8;;;
  350. Contours;;;
  351. Shapes;;;
  352. Frist-order contour;;;
  353. Emergent (or second-order contour);;;
  354. Subjective contour;;;
  355. Ganzfeld;;;
  356. Blank out;;;
  357. Visual acuity;;;
  358. Recognition acuity;;;
  359. Visual angle;;;
  360. Vernier (or directional acuity);;;
  361. Resolution (or grating acuity);;;
  362. Hyperacuity;;;
  363. Night myopia;;;
  364. Fourier's theorem;;;
  365. Sine wave grating;;;
  366. Square wave grating;;;
  367. Spatial modulation transfer function;;;
  368. Contrast;;;
  369. Contrast ratio;;;
  370. Contrast matching;;;
  371. Contrast threshold;;;
  372. Neural filters;;;
  373. Difference of Gaussian filter (DOG);;;
  374. Gabor filter;;;
  375. Hermann grid;;;
  376. Crowding;;;
  377. Amblyopia exanopsia;;Clinical condition
    which is associated with diminished visual acuity
  378. Visual masking;;;
  379. Simultaneous masking;;;
  380. Pattern masking;;;
  381. Metacontrast;;;
  382. Interstimulus interval or stimulus onset asynchrony;;;
  383. Backward masking;;;
  384. Contour map;;;
  385. Features;;;
  386. Relevant features;;;
  387. Visual search;;;
  388. Emergent features;;;
  389. Gestalts;;;
  390. Template;;;
  391. Pandemonium;;;
  392. Gestalt laws of perceptual organization;;;
  393. Law of proximity;;;
  394. Law of similarity;;;
  395. Law of good continuation;;;
  396. Law of common motion (or fate);;;
  397. Law of closure;;;
  398. Lag of Pragnanz;;;
  399. Pragnanz;;;
  400. Intrinstic contour;;;
  401. Extrinsic contour;;;
  402. Visual texture;;;
  403. Texton;;;
  404. Positive polarity;;;
  405. Negative polarity;;;
  406. Higher spatial frequency;;;
  407. Figural goodness;;;
  408. ;;;
  409. Chapter 9;;;
  410. Absolute distance;;;
  411. Egocentric localization;;;
  412. Object-relative localization;;;
  413. Direct perception;;;
  414. Computational theories;;;
  415. Modularity of perception;;;
  416. Intelligent perception;;;
  417. Constructive theories;;;
  418. Cues;;;
  419. Pictoral depth cues;;;
  420. Monocular cues;;;
  421. Interposition (or occulsion);;;
  422. Amodal completion;;;
  423. Attached shadow;;;
  424. Cast shadow;;;
  425. Arial perspective;;;
  426. Relative brightness (or relative contrast);;;
  427. Retinal image size;;;
  428. Familar size;;;
  429. Vanishing point;;;
  430. Texture gradient;;;
  431. Detail perspective;;;
  432. Height in the plane (or relative height);;;
  433. Structural (or physiological) cues;;;
  434. Accommodation;;;
  435. Vergence movement;;;
  436. Convergence;;;
  437. Divergence;;;
  438. Motion parallax;;;
  439. Kinetic depth effect (or structure-from-motion);;;
  440. Stereopsis;;;
  441. Binocular disparity;;;
  442. Fusion;;;
  443. Diplopia;;;
  444. Crossed VS Uncrossed disparity;;;Objects more distant than the point of fixation are seen in uncrossed disparity
    whereas closer objects are seen with crossed disparity.
  445. Horopter;;;
  446. Panum's area;;;
  447. Percent stereopsis;;;
  448. Stereoscope;;;
  449. Autostereogram;;;
  450. Correspondance problem;;;
  451. Surface deletion;;;
  452. Surface accretion;;;
  453. Stereomotion;;;
  454. Subject contours (or illusory contours);;;
  455. Egocentric direction;;;
  456. Allocentric;;;
  457. Bodycentric;;;
  458. Headcentric;;;
  459. Egocenter;;;
  460. Efference copy;;;
  461. Afference copy;;;
  462. Sighting-dominant eye;;;
  463. Visual cliff;;;
  464. Sensitive periods;;;
  465. ;;;
  466. Chapter 10;;;
  467. Scenes;;;
  468. Light source;;;
  469. Surface reflectance;;;
  470. Surface orientation;;;
  471. Viewing position;;;
  472. Visual illusion;;;
  473. Shading;;;
  474. Generic viewpoint;;;
  475. Perceptual constancy;;;
  476. Size constancy;;;
  477. Ponzo illusion;;;
  478. Emmert's law;;Relationship between apparent size and distance;
  479. Mueller-Lyer illusion;;;
  480. Moon illusion;;;
  481. Shape constancy;;;
  482. Box allignment illusion;;;
  483. Lightness constancy;;;
  484. External illuminance;;;
  485. Ratio principle;;It is not the total retinal illumination that matters but rather the ratio of the intensities of the two patches of light on the retina.;
  486. Anchoring;;;
  487. Color constancy;;;
  488. Position constancy;;;
  489. Object position constancy;;;
  490. Egocentric direction constancy;;;
  491. Covert spatial orienting;;;
  492. Overt spatial orienting;;;
  493. Change blindness;;;
  494. Figure and Ground;;;
  495. Hierarchical stimuli;;;
  496. Data driven processing;;;
  497. Conceptually driven processing;;;
  498. Geons;;;
  499. Axis of elongation;;;
  500. Cross section;;;
  501. Identification by parts;;;
  502. Identification by views;;;
  503. Gist;;;
  504. Layout;;Refers to the relative location of the objects and surfaces in the scene.;
  505. Schematic memory;;;
  506. Scene boundary extension;;;
  507. ;;;
  508. Chapter 11;;;
  509. Event;;;
  510. Microsaccades;;;
  511. Stabilized retinal image;;;
  512. Visible persistence;;;
  513. Flash-lag illusion;;;
  514. Temporal integration;;;
  515. Backward masking;;;
  516. J-shaped masking;;;
  517. Mind's eye;;The spotlight of attention. It is limited in the amount of detail it can register at once.;
  518. Critical fusion frequency (CFF);;;
  519. Transient;;"The rapid ""where"" stream
    which is a magnocellular-dorsal system.";
  520. Sustained;;"The slower ""what"" stream
    is a parvocellular system.";
  521. Neuronal synchrony;;;
  522. Perceptual Now;;;
  523. Motion smear;;;
  524. Suppression of motion smear;;;
  525. Visual masking;;;
  526. Foward masking;;;
  527. Simultaneous masking;;;
  528. Monotopic masking;;;
  529. Dichoptic masking;;;
  530. Object substitution;;;
  531. Auditory continuity illusion;;;
  532. Phonemic restoration effect;;;
  533. Subjective now;;;
  534. Specious now;;;
  535. Flow;;;
  536. Duration estimation;;;
  537. Order (or sequence);;;
  538. Simultaneity;;;
  539. Successiveness;;;
  540. Planning of an ordered sequence;;;
  541. Biological clock;;;
  542. Cognitive clock;;;
  543. Circadian rhythm;;;
  544. Entrainment;;;
  545. Zeitgeber;;;
  546. Suprachiasmic nucleus (SCN);;;
  547. Melatonin;;;
  548. Micropatterns;;;
  549. Perceptual moment;;;
  550. Pacemaker;;;
  551. Mental monitoring;;;
  552. Filled duration illusion;;;
  553. Processing effort model;;;
  554. Storage size model;;;
  555. Temporal processing model;;;
  556. ;;;
  557. Chapter 12;;;

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