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THE ORIENTING SYSTEM
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acoustic activity acuity adaptation aftereffects animals appear auditory basilar membrane behavior brain cells changes chemical cochlea color color vision cones constancy contours cues curve depth detection distance duration effect environment example experience experimental eye movements fixation frequency function human illusion increase infant input intensity J. J. Gibson Journal lens light located loudness masking mechanism ment move nerve fibers neural normal object observer occurs odor olfaction olfactory optical organization pain pattern perceived pheromones physical pitch Poggendorff illusion Ponzo illusion pressure produced Psychology Psychophysics receptive fields receptors region relative Reprinted by permission response retina retinal image saccadic Science scotopic vision sensitivity sensory shape shown in Figure signal skin sound Source spatial specific speech stereopsis stimulus subjects surface target taste temperature theory thermal threshold tion tone vestibular viewer vision visual field visual perception visual system wave wavelength Wiley York