Spatial Perception Of Visual Sense On How The Drive A Car

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AHCI Assignment 1
Reno Kim
Spatial perception of visual sense on “How to drive a car”

1. Always start your car with your foot on the brake.

2. Put on your seatbelt.

3. Turn on the engine and release the parking brake, if necessary.

4. Learn how to back your car out.

5. When you 're ready to move your car forward, come to a complete stop and shift the car into Drive.

Put your foot on the brake pedal, shift your car into Drive so that it can begin to move forward, and then take your foot off the brake pedal. Slowly press down on the acceleration pedal with your foot to get the car to move forward. Accelerate until you 've reached the speed limit, and then take your foot off the acceleration, hovering it over the brake pedal in case you need to start breaking.

6. Hold both hands on the steering wheel at the "9 and 3" position.

Perception is how an organism detects and interprets the external world. There are five senses - smell, taste sound, touch and sight. Of the five senses, sight is highly complex and requires the largest proportion of total brain power. The brain dedicates much of the cerebral cortex, directly and indirectly, to support visual processing with senses like proprioception and memory (Al-chalabi, Turner, & Delamont, 2006).
Spatial perception of the visual sense is crucial in making the distinction from stationary and moving states while driving. It also aids with the sense of where you are on the road relative to objects or

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