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Name It. Chris Reed Hr. 4. Monocular Depth Cues. 3. 2. 4. 1. Relative Size (The trees in the back are smaller). Interposition (Tree in front of other tree). Linear Perspective (the lines meet). Texture Gradient (The road is more coarse in the front). Parts of the Brain. 5 lobe. 4

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name it
Name It

Chris Reed

Hr. 4

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3

2

4

1

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Relative Size (The trees in the back are smaller)

Interposition

(Tree in front of other tree)

Linear Perspective

(the lines meet)

Texture Gradient (The road is more coarse in the front)

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5

lobe

4

lobe

6

lobe

7 lobe

3

1

2

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Parietal Lobe – movement, pain, recognition

Frontal Lobe –

Reasoning, speech,

emotions, movement

Occipital Lobe –

Controls vision

Temporal Lobe –

Hearing, memory, and

speech

Pons – Motor

control and sensory

analysis

Cerebellum – coordination and balance

Medulla – controls

life functions

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

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Retina – Captures the image

Cornea – protects the eye

and lets in light

Lens- Refracts light

focuses the image

Pupil – Lets in light

Iris – Regulates the

amount of light let in,

gives the eye its color

Sclera – Protects the eye

and maintains the shape

Aqueous Humor - maintains

the eyes shape, gives nourishment

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Age 0-2

Stage:

Age 2-7

Stage:

Age 7-11

Stage:

Age 12+

Stage:

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Age 0-2

Sensorimotor

Children use their senses to explore their world. They develop object permanance.

Age 2-7

Preoperational

Children look at

things with their

own point of view.

They are egocentric.

Age 7-11

Concrete Operations

Children in this stage

understand conservation

of matter and reversibility. They also begin to see things from others’ points of view.

Age 12+

Formal Operations

The person can now think abstractly and solve complex problems.