Exam 2 Review - Intro Psych Exam 2 Review Sensation and...

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Intro Psych Exam 2 Review
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Sensation and Perception Sensation Perception Rods vs. cones (dark adaptation, acuity, low light, hue) Bipolar and galglion cells Wavelength, amplitude, purity Two theories of color vision Bottom-up vs. Top-down perception
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Perception Gestalt laws Proximity Similarity Closure Common fate Gustation, Olfaction, Kinesthesia, Vestibular How do we interpret sound, touch, the chemical senses?
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Learning Orienting response Habituation Sensitization Classical conditioning vs. Operant conditioning Second-order conditioning
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 Classical Conditioning Pavlov’s dog US? CS? UR? CR? Example: Mice are naturally afraid of snakes. A mouse learns that the sound of rustling in the grass means that a snake is coming. What is the snake? What is the sound of rustling in the grass? What is the fear of the snake? What is the fear of the rustling in the grass?
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course MKTG 3513 taught by Professor Flaherty during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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Exam 2 Review - Intro Psych Exam 2 Review Sensation and...

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