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Our ability to perceive depth depends primarily on what other perceptual abilities?

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Our ability to perceive depth depends primarily on what other perceptual abilities?

(A) proximity and similarity
(B) top-down processing and bottom-up processing
(C) binocular and monocular cues
(D) size and shape constancy
(E) vestibular and kinesthic senses

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(C) binocular and monocular cues

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Depth perception depends on monocular cues (like linear perspective) and binocular cues (like retinal disparity).

 
Posted : 02/06/2024 7:48 am
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