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Summary: In this video, you’ll learn what bottom-up processing is and review some examples of this decision-making strategy.
Summary: This video provides both the details and the big picture for top-down and bottom-up processing.
Summary: Recent research on optical imaging as well as single unit activity of cells in macaque IT and behavioral fMRI studies in humans provide a surprisingly strong neural confirmation of this proposal.
Summary: In this video, you will learn about a phenomenon called categorical perception and how it actually changes the way you hear and see certain things.
Summary: This video gives us some insight into the differences between sensing and perceiving.
Summary: The mission of The Science Network (TSN) is to build an online science and society agora, or public square, dedicated to the discussion of issues at the intersection of science and social policy.
Summary: Gestalt approaches to perception bottom-up processes template matching featural analysis and prototype matching
Summary: Communicating interesting and relevant psychological research to the public
Summary: The word superiority effect (WSE) refers to the phenomenon that people can easier recognize letters presented within words as compared to isolated letters and to letters presented within nonword (orthographically illegal, unpronounceable letter array) strings.