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Visual Perception Development, Sensory, Theory

7 levels from base up. Oculomotor control; visual fields / visual activity. Attention; alert and attending. Scanning. Pattern recognition. Visual memory. Visuo-cognition. Adaption via vision.
Visual memory Ability to mentally store and recall a visual image.
Visuo-cognition Ability to use visual information to solve problems, plan and make decisions.
Visuo-cognition includes 4 items. form constancy. visual closure. figure ground. spatial perception.
Visual discrimination Ability to identify similarities and / or differences between different visual stimuli. EX: spot the differences. EX: "which one below looks like this one?"
Form constancy Ability to determine whether a visual stimulus is the same when it is presented in different ways. EX: print VS cursive. Big VS small. Upright VS sideways.
Spatial Perception Awareness of position of an object in relationship to self (laterality) and to other objects (directionality)
Created by: danielleot14