sensation & perception

sensation & perception

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Many of you may remember the infamous dress picture: The dress.png {If you are unable to see that image, simply do a google search of “the dress”.} You are going to
discuss why that phenomenon happened in one complete essay on the following: Part 1: Look carefully at the picture attached in the file above and guess what you color
you think the dress is (if you have already seen the picture, write down what color you thought the dress was the very first time you saw it). Also, ask a few family
members or friends what color they think the dress is and write these responses down as well. If you were not already aware, many people “see” the dress as either
white and gold or blue and black. What color did you think the dress was? What about your friends/family? Come up with your own hypothesis as to why people see such
drastically different colors when looking at the same picture. Note – do not try and look up the correct answer, we will be getting to that shortly. I want to know
your best guess as to why that might happen. Part 2 Now, watch the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AskAQwOBvhc Read this article:
https://www.wired.com/2015/02/science-one-agrees-color-dress/ Once you have watched the video, answer the following questions. Define (in your own words!) sensation
and perception and explain how they are different. Explain the concept of perceptual constancy and provide at least one example of each type of perceptual constancy
from your own life (not one from the book). According to the video, how does color constancy explain why so many people “see” the dress differently? Finally, explain
how the dress phenomenon illustrates the difference between sensation and perception {for all questions, be sure to use terms/concepts from the textbook}. Answers: i
see it as white/gold , my husband sees blue/black, my mom and sister see white/gold. make sure to cite majority from textbook. make sure to have an actual intro and
conclusion.

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