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16. As a door opens toward you, you perceive it as a rectangular door rather than going through actual image

 

Aamir Ranjha
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As a door opens toward you, you perceive it as a rectangular door rather than going through actual image changes on the retina (from rectangular to trapezoid). This is an example of

  1. perceptual closure.
  2. shape constancy.
  3. ambiguous stimuli.
  4. retinal disparity.

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2. Shape Constancy.


   
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