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Mind in Mind
WE PERCEIVE WHAT WE EXPECT Chapter 1
Perception Bev Doolittle https://www.artifactsgallery.com/art.asp?!=A&ID=612 Optical illusions http://www.thedesignwork.com/65-amazing-optical- illusion-pictures/#tab-comm
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Symmetry What different ways might this be interpreted?
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CHAPTER 4 – SENSATION AND PERCEPTION SECTION 1 – SENSATION AND PERCEPTION: THE BASICS Objective: DISTINGUISH BETWEEN SENSATION AND PERCEPTION, AND EXPLAIN.
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VISUAL PERCEPTION Question 1 The eye is the sense organ for A Taste B Smell C Touch D Vision.
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Designing interfaces – Get an impression! Eva Bettina Betzler Software Developer PetroMod AaTC, Aachen, Germany August 2014.
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GROUPING Organizing Information & Gestalt Principles of Perception.
Gestalt Principles of Visual Perception. Gestalt – Movement in experimental psychology which began prior to WWI. We perceive objects as well-organized.
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Perceptual Organization Allows us to confront changes in our environment; adapt to change.
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Starter What your exam will look like. Learning Objectives Lesson 1 & 2 To identify examples of Gestalt laws. To understand and evaluate the Gestalt theory.
Perception. Overview Perceptual Problems Solved by the Brain Perceptual Strategies Used by the Brain What do Illusions Tell Us?
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Table of Contents Chapter 4 Part 2 Sensation and Perception.
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON P SYCHOLOGY PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE 1 Chapter 4 Question:In what ways do sensation and perception contribute to an understanding.
PRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTUREPRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTURE LECTURE2LECTURE2 ASST.PROFESSOR ROBBIN DWIVEDI PERCEPTION & EXPERIENCE.
RULES OF PERCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION Proximity: obects that are close to each other tend to be perceived as belonging together Similarity: similar things are.
Perception Chapter 8, Section 3. Perception Allows us to confront changes in the environment; this allows us to adapt to change. The brain receives information.
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Gestalt Principles Gurpreet. What are the Gestalt Principles? Gestalt is a psychological term which means ‘unified whole’. It was discovered by the German.
Chapter 6 Repetition…. Objectives (1 of 2) Reinforce the importance of the principle of repetition. Understand the effect of repetition in a design. Appreciate.
Sensation and Perception. Selective attention Focusing attention on one aspect of our experience E.g. Focusing on good looks and ignoring personality.
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