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Chapter 3: Sensation and Perception by Mind Map: Chapter 3: Sensation 
and Perception
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Chapter 3: Sensation and Perception

The Three Questions:

Detection Question

Absolute Threshold

Signal Detection Theory

Difference Question

Difference Threshold

Weber's Law

Scaling Question

Steven's Power Law

Sensory Adaptation

How We See & How We Hear

Wavelength

Amplitude

Frequency

Transduction

How The Eye Works

Accommodation

Nearsightedness

Farsightedness

The Structure of the Retina

Retina, Ganglion Cells, Bipolar Cells, Receptor Cells, Rods, Dark Adaprtation, Cones, New node

Fovea

How We See Color

Trichromatic Theory of Color Vision

Trichromatic theory

Additive Mixtures

Subtractive Mixtures

Complementary Colors

Opponent-Process Theory

Composite Theory

How We Distinguish Pitch

Place Theory

Frequency Theory

Composite Theory

Volley Principle

How the Ear Works

Hair Cells

Nerve Deafness

How We Make Sense of What We See

Bottom-Up Processing

Top-Down Processing

Perceptual Set

Contextual Set

Perceptual Organization

Figure-and-Ground Principle

Closure

Subjective Contours

Perceptual Constancy

Depth Perception

Retinal Disparity

Linear Perspective

Interposition