Introductory visual psychophysics/psychology

  1. Attention
  2. Subjective constancies
    1. Color constancy
    2. Lightness constancy
    3. Shape constancy
    4. Size constancy
    5. Distance constancy
    6. Location constancy
  3. Disorders/disturbances
    1. Aniseikonia
    2. Achromatopsia
    3. Scotopic sensitivity syndrome
    4. Blindness
      1. Acquired vision
      2. Blindsight
      3. Change blindness
      4. Color blindness
      5. Repetition blindness
    5. Visual agnosias
      1. Apperceptive agnosia
      2. Associative agnosia
      3. Color agnosia
      4. Mirror agnosia
      5. Prosopagnosia
  4. Design of experiments
    1. Detection theory
    2. Fourier analysis
    3. Interstimulus interval
    4. Psychometric function
    5. Spatial frequency
    6. Statistics
    7. Stevens' power law
    8. Temporal frequency
    9. Weber–Fechner law
  5. Experimental stimuli
    1. Autostereograms
    2. Gratings
    3. Optical illusions
      1. Motion aftereffects
      2. Ambiguous picture
      3. Illusory contours
    4. Random dot stereograms
    5. Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP)
    6. Phantom eye syndrome
  6. Eye movements
    1. Saccades and Microsaccades
    2. Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex (VOR) and Pursuit movement
  7. General concepts
    1. Adaptation
    2. Aftereffects
    3. Contrast sensitivity
    4. Saccadic suppression
    5. Temporal resolution
      1. Change blindness
      2. Flicker fusion
    6. Visual acuity
  8. Perception
    1. Color perception
      1. Scotopic vision
      2. Unique hues
    2. Depth perception
      1. Accommodation
      2. Binocularity
      3. Color depth
      4. Convergence
      5. Distance fog
      6. Horopter
      7. Occlusion
      8. Parallax
      9. Peripheral vision
      10. Retinal disparity/Stereopsis
    3. Face perception
    4. Motion perception
      1. Optical flow
      2. Structure from motion
      3. Time to contact(see depth from motion)
      4. Vection
    5. Multimodal perception
      1. Synesthesia
    6. Object Perception
      1. Object recognition in cognitive neuroscience
    7. Space perception
    8. Texture perception
  9. Perceptual organization
    1. Figure–ground determination
    2. Gestalt laws of grouping
  10. Psychophysical methods
    1. Discrimination
    2. Forced choice methods
    3. Just-noticeable difference
    4. Method of adjustment
    5. Method of constant stimuli
    6. Method of limits
    7. Staircase procedures
    8. Thresholds
  11. Theoretical perspectives
    1. Affordances
    2. Gestalt theory
    3. Gibson's theory
    4. Marr's theory
    5. Unconscious inference
  12. Visual search
  13. Visual short term memory
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