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Introduction to Perception - Cognitive Psychology - Lecture Slides

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Introduction to Perception, Perceptual Process, Two Interacting Aspects of Perception, Psychophysics, Methods of Measurement, Classical Psychophysics, Modern Psychophysics are key points of this lecture. Cognitive Psychology is more interesting subject than any other in all psychology.

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