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The influence of object size, speed, and direction on the perception of a moving object

Marcella Valentine Davis

The influence of object size, speed, and direction on the perception of a moving object

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Published by College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon in Eugene, Or .
Written in English


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Thesis, MSc, Purdue University, 1971.

ContributionsUniversity of Oregon. College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche
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Open LibraryOL14459077M

An acetylcholine ACh transmission model of directionally selective starburst amacrine cells provides a robust topological underpinning of a motion sensing in the retina. How humans perceive their body size is speed flexible, even beyond the ages when we stop growing. Learning Objectives Relate the factors involved in depth perception Key Takeaways Key Points Cues about the size and distance of objects are determined relative to the size and distance of other objects. It is not clear how the model distinguishes between movements of the eyes and movements of objects in the visual field, both of which produce changes in luminance on points on the retina. This explains why bats and worms can perceive different frequency of auditory and visual systems than, for example, humans. A different type of theory is the perceptual ecology approach of James J.

Many of these stimuli are received by our sense organs and are converted into sensations. Participants trained to detect the movements of dots on a screen in only one direction become particularly good at detecting small movements in the directions around that in which they have been trained. In some cases, depth perception requires the coordinated action of both eyes In convergence, the eyes turn inward more when the observer is looking at a nearby object than when he is looking at something farther away. Color constancy causes some strange effects.

One example of priming is in the childhood game Simon Says. The lobula plate is one of the three stacks of the neuropils in the fly's optic lobe. Distraction of attention may lead to serious consequences like death of a patient. Westheimer in an article called "The Fourier Theory of Vision. These principles are organized into six categories : proximity, similarity, closure, good continuation, common fate and good form. That is, the flat retinal pattern consists of gradients of texture that correspond to the real physical distance dimension.


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The influence of object size, speed, and direction on the perception of a moving object by Marcella Valentine Davis Download PDF Ebook

If you throw a ball, you are pushing on it to start its movement. A different type of theory is the perceptual ecology approach of James J. These reactions are controlled by muscles attached to the eyeball, and the nerve impulses generated The influence of object size the muscles during this adjustment may also serve as distance cues.

The motion cues present in the 2D projection will speed default be insufficient to reconstruct the motion present in the 3D scene. Motion perception happens in two ways that are generally referred to as first-order motion perception and second-order motion perception.

Principles of Perceptual Organisation: William James American psychologist has said if we understand the world as it appears to us, it will be a big booming- buzzing confusion.

Artificially lengthening the time it takes to hear the impact of the object on the ground leads people to update their perceived body height, making them feel taller. The dendrites are asymmetrical and arbor in to the direction of their preference.

For example, a gust of wind can speed up a sailboat. Unconscious Perception We encounter more stimuli than we can attend to; unconscious perception helps the brain process all stimuli, not just those we take in consciously.

Co-author Dr. This change in stimulus enables the observer not only to see the object as moving, but to perceive the distance of the moving object. Further evidence suggests that starburst cells release inhibitory neurotransmitters, GABA onto each other in a delayed and prolonged manner.

In the Figure 3. Both HS and VS cells respond with a fixed preferred direction and a null direction regardless of the color or contrast of the background or the stimulus. The neurons that were identified to prefer ventral motion were also found to have dendritic projections in the ventral direction.

They depolarize when a stimulus is moving downward and hyperpolarize when it is moving upward.

Sounds of moving objects change perceptions of body size

Thus, within each subunit, the two brightness values, one received directly from its receptor with a speed delay and the other received from the adjacent receptor, are multiplied. It appears that the tracks would seem to run closer and closer together at the other end.

Retinal disparity occurs because the two eyes have different locations in the head, thereby obtaining slightly different speed of the same object. Motion integration[ edit ] Some have speculated that, having extracted the hypothesized motion signals first- or second-order from the retinal image, the visual system must integrate those individual local motion signals at various parts of the visual field into a 2-dimensional or global representation of moving objects and surfaces.

Priming is an unconscious process whereby neural networks are activated and strengthened, which influences perception of future stimuli. The detailed explanation of the Reichardt-Hassenstain model will be provided later in the section. Many times the prejudices in the individual, time of perception, unfavourable background, lack of clarity of stimulus, confusion, conflict in mind and such other factors are responsible for errors in perception.

This process is called perception of movement. The degree to which fusion, rather than rivalry, occurs depends on the consonance or dissonance agreement or disagreement of the two images.Dec 30,  · Relative size allows you to determine that your crush is not supporting a tiny, newborn We use motion perception to infer speed and direction of a moving object.

and the many visual cues. Size Perception. The perceived size of objects depends on a number of factors. Perhaps the most important of these is the visual angle subtended by the object on the retina.

All other things being equal, the object that subtends the larger visual angle will appear larger. Jan 22,  · Velocity [math]\overrightarrow{v}[/math] is what you are looking for.

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