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March 19, 2011 - 19 went

Insights into Sensory Perception and Memory

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Added by Phillip D.
on Mar 20, 2011.
 

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  • A former member

    This was an extremely interesting discussion that presented the human physiology of sensory perception, particularly the visual and auditory modes, in terms of engineering models. The processing and perception of color were especially fascinating in terms of retinal cellular architecture. Two very important perceptual lessons were tacitly suggested and quite valuable: check for trains before crossing a railroad track while in a vehicle, and do not play on railroad tracks no matter how old you are even if to take pictures. The presentation was rather stunning in terms of technical and human terms. Really good cookies and tea, too.

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