116-slide presentation on the psychology and neuroscience of vision.
Numerous charts, graphs, research results, vocabulary, and cartoons are provided.
All vocabulary is indicated in bold. Presentation prepared by a former editor for the Princeton Review's Cracking the AP Psychology Exam.
This information has been used for years as part of a College Board approved AP curriculum. It is designed for use by AP Psychology teachers, although it has been adapted for other class levels.
Presentation provides substantial information for someone unfamiliar with research in this aspect of psychology.
Left Visual Field
Right Visual Field
V1, V2, V4
Trichromatic Theory of Color Vision
Opponent Process Theory of Color Vision
Additive Color Mixing
Subtractive Color Mixing
Two-Feature Integration Theory
Visual Object Agnosia
Visual Form Agnosia
Relative Motion Parallax
Position Relative to the Horizon
Height in the Plane
Principle of Closure
Principle of Continuity
Principle of Proximity
Principle of Similarity
Principle of Common Fate
Principle of Simplicity