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Normal and Abnormal Visual Perception

James Kundart, OD, MEd, FAAO

For Optometry 726, Pacific University College of Optometry, Forest Grove, Oregon, November 6, 2006

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4.A constant retinal image and perceived size determine perceived distance
9.Associating a noise with a silent moving target is called this
12.A lateral inhibition effect involving the color channel of the cones
13.Attention filters not present in the Broadbent model
14.FDT perimetry relies on this order of motion
15.Proposed the "outflow theory" of neural integration, which results in no vertigo with saccades
1.Changes in luminance from one retinal point to another results in perception of this order of motion
2.A lesion in this location of the visual association areas can cause a quadrantopia and face blindness
3.First-order motion example beset with an aperture problem
5.A lateral inhibition effect involving the luminance channel of the cones
6.The Moon Illusion looks larger on the distant horizon, according to this theory
7.Proposed the "inflow theory" of neural integration, which would result in vertigo with saccades if it were true
8.Distress can cause this effect on the spotlight model of attention
10.Effect which depends upon saccadic and fixational facial scan paths
11.Type of perspective with which objects are identified most readily

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