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Exploring Perception: A Cd-Rom for Macintosh and Microsoft Windows

by Colin Ryan

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This interactive CD-ROM allows professors to demonstrate and students to explore how perceptual principles such as apparent movement, pitch perception, visual illusions, auditory localization, simultaneous colour contrast, after-effects, and sensory adaptation actually work. These are the system requirements: for Macintosh - system 7.1, 256 colours, 640 x 480 display, double speed CD-ROM drive, and 8 MB RAM; for Windows - Windows 3.1, 256 colours, 640 x 480 display, Processor 486DX 33MHz, DOS virtual memory enabled, 2 MB swap file, CD-ROM drive, 8 MB RAM, and 3.5 inch floppy drive.

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