- What is texture gradient in psychology example?
- What does gradient mean in psychology?
- Is texture gradient binocular?
- What is binocular and monocular?
- What is the difference between telescope and monocular?
For example, if you look at a photograph of a crowd of people, the people that were closer to the camera are represented in the picture with more coarse and distinct features.
The approach gradient is a concept in Behaviorism that describes the change in intensity or drive as an organism approaches a desired or pleasant stimulus such as food. The mouse knows it is nearing food and is essentially getting more exited about it as it approaches.
Binocular cues include retinal disparity, which exploits parallax and vergence. Monocular cues include relative size (distant objects subtend smaller visual angles than near objects), texture gradient, occlusion, linear perspective, contrast differences, and motion parallax.
For a monocular, it has only one lens that you can hold up to one eye (you can choose to use your left or right eye based on your personal preference), while a binocular comes with 2 lens which you can hold up to both eyes.
Monoculars are modified telescope which uses a series of the lens and sometimes prism to zoom distant objects. It is substantially smaller than a telescope and more compact than a binocular. This simple design makes it easy to carry, some of them can even fit in the palm of your hands.