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Practice%20Items%20midterm%20II - Midterm II Introduction...

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Midterm II: Introduction to Psychology: Practice Items 1. Bottom-up processing involves analysis that begins with the: A) optic nerve. B) sensory receptors. C) cerebral cortex. D) feature detectors. Ans: B Goal: Objective 1 Level: Easy Page: 197 Section: Sensation Topic: Sensation Type: Factual/Definitional 2. The local fire department sounds the 12 o'clock whistle. The process by which your ears convert the sound waves from the siren into neural impulses is an example of: 3. The amount of light entering the eye is regulated by the:
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4. When looking at the hands of a clock showing 8 o'clock, certain brain cells in the visual cortex are more responsive than when the hands show 10 o'clock. This is most indicative of: 5. Cocking your head would be most useful for detecting the ______ of a sound. A) pitch B) loudness C) location D) amplitude Ans: C Goal: Objective 14 Level: Medium Page: 219 Section: How do we locate sounds? Topic: Sensation Type: Conceptual 6. As a rock musician who has experienced prolonged exposure to highamplitude music, Rodney is beginning to lose his hearing. It is most likely that this hearing loss involves problems in the:
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