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Describe in detail the visual processing stages starting with the eye through brain as the bouncing balls are processed in visual system. This must be in reported essay format: Have a simple title page and write about 1.5-3 pages, double spaced. You do not have to cite the text/ notes/video but if you use any outside sources you must cite those (it isn’t necessary to use outside sources though). Upload your paper before midnight on the due date (6/12).

Rubric for Perception Assignment

Objectives

5 points

3-4 points

1-2 points

0 points

Format/Organization

Paper is formatted correctly according to instructions – Title page, paragraph organization, etc.; All grammar and spelling are correct

Paper is formatted correctly according to instructions – Title page, paragraph organization, etc. 1 or 2 small mistakes. Only one to three grammar/spelling errors.

Four or more than two grammar/ spelling errors.

Paper is formatted incorrectly according to instructions or Very frequent grammar and/or spelling errors. Incoherent/ illegible writing. (may result in 0 on paper)

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Comments

Processing Stage 1: Eye Processing stages

The stages of visual processing in the eye are described accurately, coherently, and in detail. It is clear how information got to this stage and is passed on to the next stage.

The stages of visual processing in the eye are described – but is lacking in either accuracy, coherence, or detail. OR it may be unclear how information got to this stage and/or is passed on to the next stage.

The stages of visual processing in the eye are  identified and some are described – but description is lacking in 2 or more of the following: accuracy, coherence, and detail. In addition, it may be unclear how information got to this stage and/or is passed on to the next stage.

The stages of visual processing in the eye are only named and little or no explanation is given. OR the student failed to identify a stage of visual processing.

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Processing Stage 2: Stage to and within Visual Cortex

The processing stages going to and within the visual cortex are named and described accurately, coherently, and in detail. It is clear how information got to this stage and is passed on to the next stage.

The processing stages going to and within the visual cortex are identified and described – but lacking in either accuracy, coherence, or detail. OR it may be unclear how information got to this stage and/or is passed on to the next stage.

The processing stages going to and within the visual cortex are identified and described – but lacking in 2 or more of the following: accuracy, coherence, and detail. In addition, it may be unclear how information got to this stage and/or is passed on to the next stage.

The processing stages going to and within the visual cortex are only named and little or no explanation is given. OR the student failed to identify a stage of visual processing.

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Processing Stage 3: Beyond the Visual Cortex

The processing stages after V1 are named and described accurately, coherently, and in detail. It is clear how information got to this stage and is passed on to the next stage.

The processing stages after V1 are identified and described – but lacking in either accuracy, coherence, or detail.

The processing stage is identified and described – but is lacking in 2 or more of the following: accuracy, coherence, and detail. In addition, it may be unclear how information got to this stage and/or is passed on to the next stage.

The processing stages after V1 are only named and little or no explanation is given.

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