PSYC 101 Quiz 3

PSYC 101 Quiz 3 Liberty University

PSYC 101 Quiz 1 The Science of Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 2 The Biology of Behavior

PSYC 101 Quiz 3 Sensation and Perception

PSYC 101 Quiz 4 Learning, Memory, and Intelligence

PSYC 101 Quiz 5 Motivation and Emotion

PSYC 101 Quiz Developmental Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 7 Personality and Social Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 8 Psychological Disorders and Treatments

  1. can best be defined as the detection of some physical stimulus in the environment by one of your sensory organs.
  2. The two types of sensory experiences that make up somesthesis are
  3. sensitivity and
  4. is a quantifiable pattern of physical energy, which is able to interact with an organism and produce a change in the condition of the organism.
  5. blindness is a phenomenon caused by diverted attention resulting in failure of accurate scene detection as if we are blind to that event.
  6. psychology is the view that perception is not simply a reduction of complex forms, but a holistic, creative process.
  7. What is the term for the outer funnel-shaped structure of the ear?
  8. The two basic types of photoreceptors in the eye are:
  9. Experts recommend taking a break from viewing a computer screen at least every minutes.
  10. is known as the alleged ability to perceive something through the mind alone, but without reception of physical stimuli through any of the known senses.
  11. is defined as the distance from peak to peak of a wave.
  12. Which of the following is NOT a type of sensory receptor?
  13. can be best defined as the detailed process of interpreting and making sense of a combination of sensations.
  14. Place the steps of the process from stimulation to perception in the correct order:
  15. A person’s threshold is estimated by comparing the intensity of two stimuli, and gradually increasing the difference between their intensities until a difference can be detected by the person.
  16. The vast majority of information acquired throughout life often begins as
  17. Approximately how many olfactory receptor cells does a typical human have?
  18. The optic nerves meet at the
  19. is an intolerance or insensitivity to light.
  20. A higher frequency means more pressure changes occur in a given second and occur closer to each other in space thus producing a
  21. A person’s threshold is measured by taking the smallest amount of a stimulus and gradually increasing its strength until a person correctly guesses the stimulus’s presence 50% of the time.
  22. What are the three tiny bones that constitute the middle ear?
  23. The shift is the phenomenon where a stationary observer perceives a change in pitch emitted by an object moving horizontally.
  24. Sensory receptors for gustation are known as
  25. Pupil diameter is affected by all of the following EXCEPT:
  26. How many major sensory modalities have been traditionally recognized?
  27. Which is not a potential result of decreased tear production?
  28. Umami, the most recently discovered type of taste bud, can be detect the taste of foods that are:
  29. The duration of a sensation is defined by the relationship between the
  30. intensity and the
  31. Sensory occurs when the sensory receptors become less sensitive when exposed to a constant stimulus for a certain amount of time.
  32. The scientific measurement used to describe the loudness of a particular sound is called the .
  33. The system is responsible for equilibrium or balance.
  34. The auditory cortex sends projections to which two lobes of the brain?
  35. Visual information is processed in the .
  36. Wavelength in sound waves corresponds to .
  37. is the process through which a physical stimulus is converted into a meaningful and useful neural signal capable of being interpreted by the brain.
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