Help With Class attached This is a more interactive assignment that requires you to do some hands on interaction.
1. Using the internet, find examples of
This is a more interactive assignment that requires you to do some hands on interaction.
1. Using the internet, find examples of various sensory phenomena.
Find one picture or more that demonstrates each of the following:
· use of complementary colours to increase contrast
· colour aftereffects used correctly
· colour aftereffects used incorrectly
Copy and paste the picture(s) into your assignment and write a brief explanation of what is demonstrated in each.
2. Find a painting (or paintings) that illustrates the use of monocular/pictorial depth cues. If it is a well-known painting, identify it by name and artist. Otherwise, scan a picture of it or provide a link in your assignment. Point out all the different cues the artist used. The more examples you can find within your painting, the better you will do.
3. Draw a picture and trace the path a sound stimulus has to take as it travels through the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear.
4. Follow the instructions for Aristotle’s Illusion from ISLE 1.5. Describe your experience. Why do you think this illusion occurs?
5. Get four friends and a minimum of four different flavours of juices, such as grape, orange, cranberry, and others. You will also need an eyedropper and cups that do not allow the juice to be seen through the cup. Have the friend close their nose, place a drop of the juice on their tongue, and ask them to identify it. Then repeat the task with their nose open and again ask them to identify the juice. Keep careful track of whether they are correct or not. Are they better with their nose open or closed? Are there juices that are identified more easily with their nose closed?
See if you can explain your results.
Repeat the same experiment, but this time find a minimum of four different foods and spices with distinct smells (e.g., banana, apple, strawberry, chocolate, garlic, cinnamon, cheese, ginger, vinegar) making sure your friends don’t know which smells you will expose them to ahead of time.
Make sure they are blindfolded and can’t see what is being put in front of them. Keep track of their guesses (and what they are saying), but also keep track of the facial expressions they make and how long it takes them to guess.
Write up your results in report form and briefly discuss our ability to recognize tastes and smells without any visual stimuli to help. Feel free to use references/resources to back up your answer.
See the Assignment Schedule for the due date.
Submit using the Dropbox.