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AP Psych Sensation And Perception

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AP psych sensation and perception

  
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1.  A person claiming to be able to read another's mind is claiming to have the ESP ability of:
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2.  Humas experience the longest visible electromagnetic waves as the color __________ and the shortest visible waves as _________.
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3.  Cones are to vision as ________ are to audition
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4.  Which of the following correctly lists the order of strutures through which sound travels after entering the ear?
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5.  The perception of the letter "t" as two interesting lines rather than as four nonintersecting lines illustrates the principle of:
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6.  Research with distorting goggles best supports the view of human perception adanced by:
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7.  As the airplane descended for a landing, the pilot saw several beautiful islands that appeared to folat in a vast expanse of blue ocean water. In this instance, the ocean is a:
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8.  Figure is to ground as ____________ is to ____________.
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9.  Patients' negative expectations about the outcome of a surgical procedure can increase their postoperative experience of pain. This best illustrates the importance of:
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10.  Hearing a sequence of sounds of different pitches is to ____________ as recognizing the sound sequence as a familiar melody is to ___________.
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11.  Studies of the visual cliff have provided evidence that much of depth perception is:
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12.  If two objects cast retinal images of the same size, the object that appears to be closer is perceived as ________- the object that appears to be more  distant.
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13.  Although a few keys on the piano were broken, Shana couldn't prevent herself from mentally filling in the missing notes of the familiar melodies. This best illustrates the principle of:
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14.  When the moon is near the horizon, it appears larger than when it is high in the sky. This effect is primarily a result of:
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15.  The fact that people who are colorblind to red and green may still see yellow is most easily explained by:
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16.  The tearm GESTALT means:
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17.  The transduction of light energy into nerve impulses takes place in the:
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18.  Visual information is processes by __________ before it is processed by _________.
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19.  Ms. S, a recent stroke victim, cannot consciously perceive the large book on the coffee table in front of her. Yet, when urged to identify the book, she correctly reads aloud the printed title on the book cover. Her response best illustrages:
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20.  Assuming that the visual systems of humans and other mammals function similarly, you would expect the retina of a nocturnal mammal (one active only at night) would contain:
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21.  The illusion tha the St. Louis Gateway arch appears taller than it is wide (even though its height and width are equal) is based on our sensitivity to which monocular depth cue?
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22.  The lights along the runway were shrouded in such a thick fog that the pilot of an incoming plane nearly ocershot the runway. The pilot was most likely misled by the distance cue known as:
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23.  The ability to adjust to an artificially displaced, or even inverted visual field is called:
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24.  The study of perception is primarily concerned with how we:
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25.  Rebecca was bron with cataracts that were not surgically removed until she was 3 years old. AS a result, rebecca is most likely to:
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26.  Joe, age 55, has been told by experts that a hearing aid would restore his lost sense of hearing. It is likely that Joe's hearing loss involves problems within the:
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27.  Which of the following statements best describes the effects of sensory restriction?
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28.  When observing buffalo, the African Pygmy Kenge failed to experience size constancy. This best serves to support the view of perception advanced by the philosopher:
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29.  Sensation is to _______ as perception is to __________.
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30.  Who emphasized that perceptual understanding comes from inborn ways of organizing sensory experience?
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31.  The receptor of the eye that functions best in dim light is:
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32.  According to the gate-control theory, a back massage would most likely reduce your physical aches and pains by causing the:
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33.  Mrs. Acheube is just beginning to experience sensorineural hearing loss. she is likely to have the greatest difficulty hearing sounds of _______ frequency and ___________ amplitude
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34.  Rod is to transduction as ___________ is to accommodation.
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35.  News about the supposed effects of briefly presented messages on moviegoers' consumption of popcorn and coca-cola involved fals claims regarding:
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36.  Because several rods share a single bipolar cell, rods are less sensitive to _________ than are cones.
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37.  Young children tend to draw human figures in a rather unrealistic way. This reflects their:
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38.  Which of the following strategies best illustrates the use of subliminal stiulation?
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39.  Current research on sensory restriction indicates that:
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40.  In the absence of perceptual constancy:
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