Light and Eyeballs

As with hearing, we’ll start out the section on visual perception with discussions of the physics of light and the anatomy of the eyeballs. In this chapter, we will be discussing the basics of our visual perception from the physics of light, the path of light through our eyes, to how the light is transcribed in our retina. We will also learn about the complexity of our retina regarding the retinal network, different retinal cells, and their functions.

 

This chapter was created by Nura Ahmed, Ran Rice, Elena Shest, Jeeho Sohn, Kathryn Taterka, Joyce Thao, Sebastian Vile, Sarah Warden, Savannah Whisenhunt, Dheeraj Uppal, and Yeemeng Yang.

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Introduction to Sensation and Perception by Students of PSY 3031 and Edited by Dr. Cheryl Olman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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