Bell-Ringer 10/27. 1. From memory, sketch a diagram of an eye and label the following parts. CORNEA IRIS PUPIL LENS RETINA OPTIC NERVE. Bell Ringer 10/28. 1. Choose two of the 6 senses from your chart. Create a Venn Diagram comparing these two senses.
Sensation and Perception
The Biological Basis of Behavior: Unit III
Life would hurt…
so we can only take in a window of what is out there.
Don't read the words -just say the colors they're printed in, and do this aloud as fast as you can.
This optical illusion works because we try to assign a three dimensional aspect to a two dimensional picture. The technique of perspective angles has been used.
Explanation: The eye, which responds to an amazingly wide variety of light sources from moon light to direct sunlight, tries to adjust to the present light levels. In this optical illusion, the contrast between the black and white is so strong and irregular that the white ends up looking gray.
This is one of the most studied optical illusions. It was created by a German psychiatrist named Franz Müller-Lyer in 1889. It is not well understood why this optical illusion works
The tunnel creates a believable sense of perspective in this optical illusion. The second man looks bigger than it is because it seems to fill up the tunnel.