Accession Number : AD0634542
Title : EFFECT OF LEARNING ON THE VISUAL PERCEPTION OF DEPTH.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : SWARTHMORE COLL PA DEPT OF PHYCHOLOGY
Personal Author(s) : Wallach, Hans
Report Date : AUG 1962
Pagination or Media Count : 35
Abstract : An investigation was made to explore the nature of learning, transfer, and forgetting in the visual perception of depth. Numerous preliminary experiments were conducted in order to find a situation in which the occurrence of perceptual learning could be convincingly demonstrated and cogently studied. The experiments that were finally selected for major emphasis dealt with stereoscopic depth perception (retinal disparity), and the kinetic depth effect, i. e., the cues that are due to rotation of a three-dimensional object or the observer's locomotion around the object.
Descriptors : (*SPACE PERCEPTION, *LEARNING), TRANSFER OF TRAINING, VISION, RETINA
Subject Categories : Psychology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE