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Course book. Goldstein. Sensation and Perception exams two mid-terms 1½ hours each multiple choice + short notes end-of-term 2-3 hours 30%; 30% and 40% (best counted as 40%) if not registered, go to office TA = Adria Hoover Room: 1022 Sherman Health Research Centre Office Hrs:by appointment Phone: 416-736-2100 ext 4088 Email: email@example.com Instructor = Prof Laurence Harris Room: 1018 Sherman Health Research Centre email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone:416-736-2100 ext 66108 feel free to interrupt with questions use of web page and email http://www.yorku.ca/harris/2220
ELECTRO- MAGNETIC RADIATION MECHANICAL CHEMICAL (X-rays…) Ultra-violet visible light infra-red (radio waves..) airwaves Ultra-sound hearing range very-low freqs From outside From inside In mouth From same species From outside From inside some insects human vision pit viper bats, dophins, rats human hearing whales, frogs touch, pain Lateral line of fishes vestibular organ proprioception pheromones, smell smell taste pressure In air
1 put on a mask that keeps air in front of cornea 2 rely on a STRONG lens that can change from air-living to water living eg: otter 3 Have a FLAT cornea (to remove its influence) and then use a WATER-LIVING style lens eg. Penguin, flying fish 4 Have two pairs of eyes - one for each environment eg. Four-eyed fish 5 Use a WATER-LIVING style lens in the water and bi-pass the cornea by using a PIN HOLE pupil on land eg. seal DIVING ANIMALS Air Type Water Type
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