PSYC 750 Quiz Vision

PSYC 750 Quiz: Vision, Proprioception, and Movement

Covers the Learn material from Module 6: Week 6.

  1. The term color refers to ______.
  2. There are approximately ______ light receptors in the human eye.
  3. The ______ cell is a neuron in the visual cortex that responds best to a line or an edge with a particular orientation and will continue to respond if the line or edge moves within a limited range.
  4. Adjacent retinal receptors activate adjacent cells in the visual cortex, a phenomenon called a ______ map.
  5. Color constancy is the result of activity in ______.
  6. Humans see different colors because we have different ______.
  7. Wavelengths of light in the 500–570 nm range (just below the middle of the visible spectrum) would typically correspond with a report of seeing
  8. People with prosopagnosia often have ______.
  9. Which of the following statements is evidence of damage to the ventral stream?
  10. If a stroke patient can identify objects and faces but cannot tell if they are moving, he or she is showing signs of
  11. Mercedes is looking at her friend’s pictures on her smartphone. One of them is really blurry, but she still can tell who it is. What is missing from this picture?
  12. What would happen to a stroke patient who had damage to her V5?
  13. The secondary motor areas include the ______.
  14. probably contribute(s) to the cognitive deficits and dementia that sometimes accompanies Parkinson’s.
  15. The cupula consists of ______.
  16. Which structure is part of the basal ganglia?
  17. Myasthenia gravis can be caused by which of the following?
  18. People who lack a properly functioning vestibular system would not be aware of
  19. The receptive cells for the functions of the utricle and saccule are
  20. Compared to encapsulated receptors, free nerve endings ______.
  21. When looking at a slide of muscle and there are no bands or stripes, what type of muscle does it have to be?
  22. The expression “bite the bullet” refers to ______.
  23. If Rajeed took a drug that selectively interfered with the job of the utricle and saccule, he would be impaired in which of the following tasks?
  24. While Reggie, who is blind, learns to read Braille, he is relying on discriminations based on shallow responses from
  25. When Talia hears her uncle dismissing any placebo effect of pain relief as “all in the mind,” she can tell him he is wrong because
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