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by: Morris Rolfson


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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Morris Rolfson on Monday October 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 351 at Rice University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/224994/psyc-351-rice-university in Psychlogy at Rice University.

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Psychology 351 Psychology of Perception Week 5 Color vision COLOR VISION Color vs wavelength Uses of color vision survival value How many colors are there Spectral vs nonspectral Hue vs saturation and brightness Identification vs discrimination Newton39s contribution Prism eXperiments Prisms add color vs reveal color Dimensions of color Hue brightness saturation Real world light sources Newton39s color circle Opposite sides miX to form achromatic colors greys Metamers Updates to Newton39s circle CIE diagram Color solids 3D Light sources vs light re ectors brightness vs lightness additive vs subtractive mixtures Color constancy Monochromatic vision Univariance principle metamers again Dichromatic vision Neutral point Trichromatic Theory YoungHelmholtz Color naming 420 violet 465 blue 495 green 570 yellow 700 red Why not quadchromatic vision Birds have it ScientificAmerican200607pdf Three cone types Microspectrophotometry Short wavelength cones 424 nm Medium wavelength cones 530 nm Long wavelength cones 560 nm Opponent Process Theory Hering HurvichJameson Color mixing Afterimages Color blindness U Calgary site Opponent cells in LGN corteX Which is correct Trichromatic or Opponent Process Three triplets levels of coding color in human vision Short Medium and Long wavelengthsensitive cones Redgreen Yellowblue and Blackwhite opponent processes Hue brightness and saturuation Other topics Color assimilation vs contrast Color filters and their transmission spectra Color television broadcast Spectroscope and diffraction gratings for producing rainbow Benussi Ring Neon color illusion and colored subjective Kanisza f1gures Watercolor illusion Color scission Metelli


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