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CH 4: Sensation / Perception . Review Game:. Please select a Team. The Psychos Freud Droids The brain trust The 6 th sense The Masters of Illusion Those that are developmentally ahead Pavlov’s Doggs The authoritarian parents. 30.

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please select a team
Please select a Team.
  • The Psychos
  • Freud Droids
  • The brain trust
  • The 6th sense
  • The Masters of Illusion
  • Those that are developmentally ahead
  • Pavlov’s Doggs
  • The authoritarian parents
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Tasting a peanut butter sandwich is ______; remembering that you hate the taste of a peanut butter sandwich is ______.
  • Sensation; sensation
  • Perception; perception
  • Sensation; perception
  • Perception; Sensation
  • None of the above is correct
this process is responsible for the conversion of physical energy into neural impulses

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This process is responsible for the conversion of physical energy into neural impulses.
  • Transduction
  • Plasticity
  • Absolute threshold
  • Psychophysics
  • Adaptation
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Nerve impulses that carry information about the external world travel along ____ to specialized processing areas in the brain.
  • Vestibular canals
  • Nerve Endings
  • Sensory pathways
  • Olfactory epithelium
  • Photoreceptors
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The great smell of baked goods is more powerful when you first enter a bakery than when you have been there for a while is because of:
  • Sensory Adaptation
  • Just noticeable difference
  • Weber’s Law
  • Closure
  • Subliminal messaging
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If you are able to taste one teaspoon of salt in a bucketful of hot buttered popcorn, this amount is above your:
  • Difference threshold
  • Equilibrium
  • Vestibular sense
  • Olfaction
  • Absolute threshold
the blind spot refers to the region of the eye at which the exit s the eye

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The blind spot refers to the region of the eye at which the ______ exit(s) the eye:
  • Blood vessels
  • Cones
  • Optic nerve
  • Retina
  • Bipolar cells
snapping your fingers causes the surrounding air to

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Snapping your fingers causes the surrounding air to:
  • Move in circles
  • Lose an electrical charge
  • Vibrate
  • Gain moisture
  • Implode
the pure sound that is produced when you strike a tuning fork has the physical properties of

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The pure sound that is produced when you strike a tuning fork has the physical properties of:
  • Timbre and pitch
  • Frequency and amplitude
  • Volume and loudness
  • Loudness and speed
  • Key and intensity
place the following in the correct order concerning how a message travels through the ear

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Place the following in the correct order concerning how a message travels through the ear.
  • Tympanic membrane, hammer/anvil/stirrup, basilar membrane, cochlea, auditory nerve
  • Tympanic membrane, hammer/anvil/stirrup, cochlea, basilar membrane, auditory nerve
  • Hammer/anvil/stirrup, tympanic membrane, cochlea, basilar membrane, auditory nerve
  • Cochlea, Basilar membrane, tympanic membrane, hammer/anvil/stirrup, auditory nerve
  • Tympanic membrane, cochlea, hammer/anvil/stirrup, basilar membrane, auditory nerve
place theory argues that sounds of different frequencies induce vibration in different areas of the

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Place theory argues that sounds of different frequencies induce vibration in different areas of the:
  • Hammer
  • Basilar membrane
  • Auditory nerve
  • Temporal lobe
  • Tympanic membrane
loudness is determined by a sound wave s

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Loudness is determined by a sound wave’s:
  • Pitch
  • Quality
  • Amplitude
  • Frequency
  • Speed
the receptors for body position and movement are located

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The receptors for body position and movement are located:
  • In the parietal cortex
  • In the inner ear
  • In the outer layer of the skin
  • Within the corpus callosum
  • Within the spinal cord
in bottom up processing the resulting perception is determined by

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In bottom up processing, the resulting perception is determined by:
  • Stimulus features
  • Our expectations
  • Our current emotions
  • What others tell us
  • Other environmental cues
using previous experience to help you understand a similar new situation describes

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Using previous experience to help you understand a similar new situation describes:
  • Location constancy
  • Closure
  • The law of common fate
  • Bottom-up processing
  • Top-down processing
as a car gets closer to you you understand that it isn t growing larger this is primarily due to

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As a car gets closer to you, you understand that it isn’t growing larger. This is primarily due to:
  • Perceptual constancy
  • Conservation
  • Recognition
  • Perceptual ambiguity
  • The law of Pragnanz
the concept of explains why a shirt looks the same shade of orange in dim light or in sunlight

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The concept of ______ explains why a shirt looks the same shade of orange in dim light or in sunlight.
  • Closure
  • Color Adaptation
  • Trichromatic theory
  • Color constancy
  • Olfaction
illusions are more likely in each of the following conditions except when

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Illusions are more likely in each of the following conditions EXCEPT when:
  • Familiar patterns are absent
  • Patterns suggest conflicting meetings
  • Elements are combined in unusual ways
  • Information is missing
  • The stimulus is clear
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This term describes how our brain may see a stimuli and perceive movement when in reality the stimuli may be stationary:
  • Experience-based inference
  • The artificial intelligence approach
  • Environmental adaptation
  • Gestalt psychology
  • Top-down processing
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Some optical illusions utilize this concept when multiple images or objects are seen in the same drawing or picture:
  • Proximity
  • Illusory contour
  • Figure-ground
  • Ambiguity
  • Continuity
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While at a football game, you see a large group of people up in the stands. According to this theory, you may assume that the people sitting next to each other in the stands know each other.

  • Proximity
  • Similarity
  • Figure-ground
  • Continuity
  • Common fate
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Throw Back Questions!!!!
  • These are from CH 1,2,3
the school of thought that investigates the connection between stimuli and responses is

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The school of thought that investigates the connection between stimuli and responses is:
  • Psychodynamic
  • Humanistic
  • Behaviorism
  • Cognition
  • Socio-cultural
the independent variable

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The independent variable:
  • Is what one is trying to measure in a study
  • Must be testable
  • Is the condition that the researcher manipulates
  • Is the group that receives no treatment
  • Is the group that receives treatment
fight or flight behavior is associated with

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“Fight or Flight” behavior is associated with:
  • The parasympathetic nervous system
  • Central Nervous System
  • Sympathetic nervous system
  • The somatic nervous system
  • Interneurons
which is the correct sequence of action potential
Which is the correct sequence of action potential?
  • Cell body, axons, dendrites, axon terminals
  • Axons, dendrites, axon terminals, cell body
  • Dendrites, cell body, axons, axon terminals
  • Axon terminals, axons, cell body, myelin sheath, dendrites
  • Cell body, chemical gates, axons, axon terminals
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