Sensation and perception

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Academic Press, 1979 - Medical - 439 pages
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This highly acclaimed book provides a theoretically balanced introduction to the study of basic physiology and sensory responses. The authors survey a broad range of topics and present different theories and perspectives in controversial areas. * Demonstrations allow the reader to experience many of the perceptual phenomena firsthand using common household items or illustrations in the book. * Describes natural instances of perceptual phenomena to bring the subject matter to life.

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User Review  - Dorothy W. - Goodreads

I'm taking psychology perception and this is my class text. Every week for our forum discussion we have to write about a perception. It's amazing how perception and sensation are tied to biology. Great book! Read full review

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User Review  - Dan Trachtman - Goodreads

read for school. Almost a physiology science textbook. Donated cause I can get that info online now Read full review

Contents

Detection Recognition
11
Measurement Scaling
41
The Visual System
61
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