1._____ Bill perceived the cover of his book was red even though the light changed in the various rooms in which he read the book.
2._____ Mary damaged her cerebral cortex and now perceives the world in black, white, and grey.
3._____ Phyllis wears only various shades of purple. Her clothes are many different types of purple, but she only wears ___________ of purple.
4._____ The shade of achromatic color stays the same regardless of how much sunlight is reflected.
5._____ You go to a lecture and the topic seems to focus on blue-yellow and red-green perception of color. The lecture is likely discussing ______________.
6._____ The afterimage is a red heart. This means the image was _____________.
7._____ Each receptor mechanism is sensitive to different elements of the spectrum and suggests we need various wavelengths for normal color vision. This is the _____________.
8._____ Which color deficiency is likely a genetic transmission?
9._____ Monochromats do not have functioning ___________.
10._____ Red and blue paints are mixed and the result is purple. This shows the
11._______ There are basic colors, but the ability to perceive a large number of colors depends on _____________, _____________, and _________________.
12._____ The edge of an illuminated e-reader next to a dark room is called __________.
C. Color Constancy
F. Subtractive Color Mixture
G. Opponent Process Theory of Color Vision
H. Reflectance Edge
I. Cerebral Achromatopsia
L. Lightness Constancy
N. Young-Helmoltz Theory of Color Vision
In 200 to 300 words, describe the role of Gestalt principles in perceptual organization. Explain how these principles help us organize our world