|TYPE OF COURSE UNIT||Compulsory Course
|LEVEL OF COURSE UNIT||Bachelor's Degree
|YEAR OF STUDY||2
|SEMESTER||Fourth Term (Spring)-Fourth Term (Spring)-Fourth Term (Spring)-Fourth Term (Spring)-Fourth Term (Spring)-Fourth Term (Spring)
|NUMBER OF ECTS CREDITS ALLOCATED||4
|NAME OF LECTURER(S)||-
|LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT
||At the end of this course, the students;
1) Differentiate sensation from perception.
2) Understand the importance of perception studies on different subareas of
3) Understand the nature of illusions.
4) Understand the relationship between sense organs and the brain.
5) Be skeptic about what their sense organs tell them.
|MODE OF DELIVERY||Face to face
|PRE-REQUISITES OF THE COURSE||No
|RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL PROGRAMME COMPONENT||No
|1st Week ||Introduction to Perception|
|2nd Week ||The Human Eye|
|3rd Week ||The Eye and Seeing|
|4th Week ||Central Visual Pathways|
|5th Week ||Spatial Vision and Pattern Perception|
|6th Week ||Object Perception|
|7th Week ||Color Perception|
|8th Week ||Depth Perception|
|9th Week ||Action and the Perception of Events|
|10th Week ||The Ear and Auditory System|
|11th Week ||Hearing and Listening|
|12th Week ||Speech and Music Perception|
|13th Week ||Touch|
|14th Week ||Smell and Taste|
|RECOMENDED OR REQUIRED READING||(Primary Textbook)
Goldstein, E. B. (2014). Sensation and Perception (9th ed.). Belmond, CA:
Blake, R., & Sekuler, R. (2006). Perception (5th Ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill.
* The primary textbooks for this course is renewed every year.
|PLANNED LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND TEACHING METHODS||Lecture,Discussion
|ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA||
|Contribution of In-term Studies to Overall Grade(%)||70|
|Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade(%)||30|
|LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION||Turkish