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What is Perception?
The Perceptual Process
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accommodation and convergence action aerial perspective angular velocity aniseikonia aniseikonic glasses apparent distance aspects assumed assumption binocular disparity binocular rivalry binocular vision binocularly equivalent characteristics concrete constant curve defined depth cue determined discussion distance cues distorted room effect emotional loading environment equation equivalent configurations Euclidean geometry evidence example experience experimental external eyes face fact factors family of equivalent Figure function geometry given horopter images impingement important indications invariance hypothesis involved Ittelson line element metric properties monocular cues movement parallax observer optical organism overlay particular perceiving perceptual conflict perceptual constancies perceptual process person perception perspective photograph prediction present problem psychological question refers relationship relative distance relevant retinal seen sense shape significances size-distance slant specific statement stereopsis stereoscopic stimulus study of perception subtended surface tance tion transaction vary velocity visual angle visual cues visual perception visual space perception Wheatstone