PGS Test 2 - 1 The detection and encoding of stimulus energies by the nervous system is called A signal detection B sensory interaction C subliminal

PGS Test 2 - 1 The detection and encoding of stimulus...

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1. The detection and encoding of stimulus energies by the nervous system is called:A) signal detection.B) sensory interaction.C) subliminal perception.D) accommodation.E) sensation.E2. Our sense of the position and movement of individual body parts is called: 3. After learning to fear a white rat, little albert respnded with fear to the sight of arabbit. This best illustrate the process of4. A gestalt is best described as a(n):5. Research indicates that the percentage of total sleep spent in REM sleep is higher in________ than in ________.A) artists; scientistsB) infants; adultsC) females; malesD) the elderly; adolescentsB6. Your sensitivity to taste will decline if you:
7. Toddlers taught to fear speeding cars may also begin to fear speeding trucks andmotorcycles. This best illustrates: 8. Researchers condition a flatworm to contract its body to a light by repeatedlypairing the light with electric shock. The stage in which the flatworm's contractionresponse to light is established and gradually strengthened is called:

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