Lewis O. Harvey, Jr.

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The Psychology of Perception (PSYC 4165-100), Summer 2002
Monday through Friday, 09:15–10:50 Muenzinger D-156

Revised on Monday, February 23, 2009 22:03 MountainTime

Instructor: Lew Harvey TA: Paula Beall TA: Megan Lineberger
Lew Paula Megan

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Syllabus
Signal Detection Theory
Homework 1, Homework 2, Homework 3, Homework 4
Laboratory 1, Laboratory 2, Laboratory 3, Laboratory 4
Study Guide 1, Exam 1 Results
Study Guide 2, Exam 2 Results
Final Grade Distribution

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The lab groups planning their presentations
Group 1: "Sensory evaluation of generic and national brands"

Susanna R. Sargent

Valerie M. Carr

Kisha S. Gerk

Jennifer J. Pico

Group 2: "Attractiveness and Memory for Faces"

Michael R. Fleming

Tanya M. Buxton

Alicia M. Cavallaro

Noelle N. Lorenc

Group 3: "Attention Blindness"

Katherine D. Holt

Jacob L. Wells

Katherine F. Montiel

Group 4: "Change Blindness"

Brooke A. Mueller

Lisa K. Henry

Heather C. Arnold

Sara M. Strufing

(Megan J. Fehsenfeld)

Group 5: "Effect of Food Texture on Flavor"

Michael J. Torley

Kathryne E. White

R. M. P.

Leah M. Kesterson

Marni A. Low
Group 6: "Individual differences in tasting bitter"

Betsy K. Brinkerhoff

Vipin K. Bhalla


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