DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TOPOGRAPHIC MEMORY AND FORM GESTALT PERCEPTION ACCORDING TO VISUAL PROCESSING WITH ONE EYE VERSUS TWO EYES IN YOUNG STUDENTS

VLAD BURTAVERDEa, MIHAELA CHRAIFb, DANIELA PANDELE c

a,b,c University of Bucharest,
Department of Psychology

 

Abstract

This paper is focused on highlighting the fact that by covering one eye, visual short-term memory and perception are taken over by the other eye which works in mormal parameters. Method: the experimental group consists of 24 participants which will take the tests with the left eye covered. They are aged between 18 and 26 years old, boys and girls, students of the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences. The control group consists of 30 participants who have completed the tests with two eyes, aged between 18 and 26 years old, boys and girls, students of Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences. Tools: VISGED test measuring short-term visual memory and visual perception test which measures visual perception and posting forms in the central visual field (Vienna Tests System). Results: Statistical hypotheses are not confirmed (p> .05). Conclusions: These issues are paramount in those professions that focus on using the visual analyzer such as transportation, computer and more.


Keywords: topographic memory, gestalt perception, visual processing, one eye visual perception
Cuvinte cheie: memorie topografică, perceptive gestaltică, procesare vizuală, perceptive vizuală cu un ochi
 

 


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