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Handbook of Perception and Action, Volume 1: Perception (HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTION AND ACTION)

Handbook of Perception and Action, Volume 2: Motor Skills (Handbook of Perception & Action)

Handbook of Perception and Action, Volume 3: Attention (Handbook of Perception & Action)

The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception ( Mohan Matthen, Series: Oxford Handbook; Publisher: Oxford University Press, Year: 2015

Sensation and Perception Volume: Author(s): E. Bruce Goldstein, Laura Cacciamani

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Efekty uczenia się:


1.Zna podstawowe metody badań zjawiska percepcji .Zna metody badańi narzędzia poszczególnych dyscyplin kognitywistycznych (K_W03).

2. Zna podstawowe mechanizmy percepcji oraz ich związek z działaniem (K_W04).

3. Zna i rozumie charakterystyki systemów poznawczych w kategoriach reprezentacji i procesów psychologicznych oraz neuronalnych; zna podstawowe teorie psychologiczne i neuronaukowe ujmujące systemy poznawcze (K_W06).

4. Zna i rozumie ujęcia umysłu jako systemu poznawczego posługującego się znakami; zna wyróżniona rolę języka zarówno jako narzędzia i procesu poznawczego, oraz jego wpływ na kształtowanie obrazu świata (K_W07).

5. Zna ekonomiczne, prawne i etyczne uwarunkowania działalności zawodowej związanej ze studiami kognitywistycznymi; zna prawo autorskie i zasady ochrony własności intelektualnej (K_W12).


1. Potrafi wyszukiwać, selekcjonować, analizować i oceniać informacje przy wykorzystaniu różnych źródeł i metod (K_U01).

2. Umie sformułować problem badawczy, dobrać właściwe metody i narzędzia rozwiązywania, rozwiązać go oraz zaprezentować wyniki badań (K_U02).

3. Potrafi sformułować w sposób przejrzysty własne stanowisko oraz argumentować na jego rzecz; potrafi również ocenić kontrargumenty i udzielić na nie odpowiedzi; prezentuje swoje stanowisko w postaci pracy pisemnej, wystąpienia ustnego wspartego prezentacją lub posterem (K_U09).

Kompetencje społeczne:

1. Jest przygotowany do krytycznej oceny własnej i dostępnej powszechnie wiedzy w dyskusjach przejawia postawę konstruktywnego krytycyzmu (K_K01).

2. Jest gotów do przyjmowania odpowiedzialności związanej z wykorzystaniem zdobytej wiedzy i umiejętności (K_K03).

3. Jest przygotowany do wykorzystywania zdobytej wiedzy kognitywistycznej w działaniach na rzecz interesu publicznego i rozwoju przedsiębiorczości (K_K05).

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

oceniane będzie bieżące przygotowanie do zajęć (znajomości lektur, umiejętność problematyzacji); napisanie pracy pisemnej na ocenę (temat wcześniej uzgodniony z wykładowcą)

Zakres tematów:

• Teorie oparte na wczesnych działaniach

• Ruch i dotyk w nowej teorii widzenia

• Sprzeciw wobec teorii Berkeley'a

• Lotze, Helmholtz i Lokalna Doktryna Znaku

• Sensorymotoryczne teorie warunkowe

• Stałość czułości i orientacji wizualnej

• Sprzeciw wobec Teorii Kopii Efference'a

• Alternatywy dla Teorii Kopii Efference'a

• The Reafference Theory

• Odwrócony świat: Wczesne eksperymenty nad rearanżacjami optycznymi

• Stratton

• Helmholtz

• Eksperymenty Held's na temat adaptacji pryzmatów

• Wyzwania związane z Teorią Odczuwania (Reafference Theory)

• Teoria Proprioceptywnych Zmian

• Podejście nieaktywne

• Niektóre pytania dotyczące P-properties

• Dowody na zastosowanie podejścia nieaktywnego

• Wyzwania związane z podejściem nieaktywnym

• Komponenty silnika i różne teorie gotowości

• Teoria komponentów silnikowych (Uosobione postrzeganie wizualne)

• Teoria Innej Gotowości

• The Modest Readiness Theory

• Teoria Śmiałej Gotowości

• Teorie umiejętności/dyspozycji

Metody dydaktyczne:

dyskusja dydaktyczna, objaśnienie lub wyjaśnienie, klasyczna metoda problemowa, konsultacje

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