Ch. 3 Quiz - 1. _ is a process in which information is...

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1. ___________ is a process in which information is taken in through the senses; ______ is a process in which the brain organizes and understands information. A) Sensation; synesthesia B) Sensation; perception C) Synesthesia; sensation D) Perception; perception E) Perception; sensation 2. The idea that the just noticeable difference for all the senses depends NOT on a fixed amount of change but rather a percentage of change is called A) The JND Law. B) The Law of Effect. C) The difference threshold. D) Weber’s Law E) Absolute threshold. 3. After information is brought in through the sensory receptors, it goes through a conversion process before the brain is able to process it. This process is called______. A) adaptation B) Weber’s Transference C) assimilation D) accommodation E) transduction 4. The _______ has the job of focusing on objects when we are looking at them. A) cornea B) lens C) pupil D) iris E) retina 5. The ______ is a sheet of cells at the back of the eye that houses the sensory
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Ch. 3 Quiz - 1. _ is a process in which information is...

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