As I read through Chapter 4 of See What I'm Saying, I couldn't help but become overwhelmingly nostalgic over my last Disney World experience. As anyone who has taken a trip to one of Disney's Theme Parks will tell you, it is truly a global sensory experience. As Walt himself would have wanted, you cannot help but be entirely immersed in the world of Disney. Music and sounds are perfectly timed as you enter and exit each attraction. Visually, even the lines for the rides are beyond stimulating, let alone the spectacular shows they put on nightly. Food is reminiscent of the very movies the parks pay tribute to (just book a reservation at Be Our Guest and "try the grey stuff, it's delicious"). In a world where no stone was left unturned, it's not surprising that scent plays a huge role. Ever walk down Main Street in Magic Kingdom and notice the incredible aroma of fresh baked cookies, candy, or other sweets? That's thanks to a tool called The Smellitzer. Vlogger mrcheezypop highlights the system in his video.
The psychology of Perception involves the interaction of our senses and our conscious mind. Perception is involved in every aspect of our lives as we make decisions and judgments based on what we experience. If you study diligently you will leave this course with a broad understanding of sensation and perception. From this general understanding you will be able to further investigate areas of interest by means of literature review and research on specific topics.