Define sensation and perception. How do they differ? Give an example of each type of process
Describe one real-life application of a principle you have learned about sensation and perception. How does understanding this principle help people function more effectively in the world
You are developing a study guide for high school students and want to give them good advice about multitasking. Describe three things they should consider when deciding whether or not to multitask. Support each of your recommendations with information from the textbook.
Design and briefly describe an experiment you could conduct to determine whether infants can tell the difference between the shapes of different letters in the alphabet. How is the experiment structured, how will you use the results to decide what you have discovered, and are there any ethical considerations you must deal with?
5.Choose one aspect of visual perception that you believe is important to the job of airline pilot. What would you tell a class of beginning pilots about why it is important? What would you tell a group of experienced pilots? And (just for fun) what would you tell the flight attendants? (No points for the last one.