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How are the following three classes of cues to depth different from one another?
o Oculomotor (convergence, accommodation)
o Binocular (binocular disparity)
o Monocular (know only occlusion, relative height, atmospheric perspective, perspective convergence)o Oculomotor - Convergence - if eyes turn in a lot these are cues that the object is very close to you, vice versa if eyes don't turn in as much object is further from you. Accommodation - lens focusing on something that is very close to you 

o Binocular - binocular disparity - between images that are too high 

o Monocular - Know only:
 Occlusion - which is closer which is farther 
Relative height — how high something is in a picture, the higher the base of an object the farther away it seems to be
Atmospheric perspective — things perceived in distance from the landscape seems to be further away
Perspective convergence — railroad example with converging lines are perceived as parallel
What do the results of the Holway-Boring experiment tell us about size perception?Experiment focus on two walls given a test stimulus asked to adjust the test stimulus to the comparison stimulus
More depth info they had available to them the more accurate they were in judging the size of things, whereas they reduced the depth info to them the more inaccurate results were.
What are the components of the size-distance scaling equation (S = RxD) and how does this equation accounts for these illusions? (remember: what is real and what is perceived?)
o Ames Room
o Moon illusionS = perceived size
R= actual retinal size (size of image on retina)
D= perceived distance

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