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Chapter 3: Sensation and PerpcetionSENSATION AND PERCEPTION: UNIT 4Fill-in-the-BlanksSENSATION & PERCEPTION1.Create an example showing the difference between top-down and bottom-up processing2.Explain the difference between absolute and difference thresholds3._____________ is the activation of receptors in the various sense organs.4.___________________________ is the smallest difference between two stimuli that isdetectable 50 percent of the time.5.The smallest amount of energy needed for a person to consciously detect a stimulus50% of the time it is present is called _________________ .6.The process by which subliminal stimuli act upon the unconscious mind, influencingbehavior is calledsubliminal perception, but we also know the similar idea calledPRIMING–an stimulus that does impact our way of thinking.7.The tendency of sensory receptor cells to become less responsive to a stimulus that isunchanging ____________.8.The sense of location of body parts in relation to the ground and each other is called theKinesthetic Sense.9._____________ is the method by which sensations experienced at any given momentare interpreted and organized in some meaningful fashion.PERCEPTION & ORGANIZATION10.A gestalt principle known as __________ _________ is the tendency to perceiveobjects, or figures, as existing on a background.11.The Gestalt principle of _________ is the tendency to perceive objects that are close toeach other as part of the same grouping.12.The Gestalt principle of _________is the tendency to complete figures that areincomplete.13.The ability to perceive the world in three dimensions is known as _________.14._______ cues for perceiving depth based on one eye only.15.__________ cues for perceiving depth based on both eyes.16. Google examples of at least two different Gestalt PrinciplesVISION17.This refers to the purity of the color people see; it is calledsaturation.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Cabarle
Tags
olfactory receptor, Olfactory receptor neuron

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