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PSYCHOLOGY STUDY GUIDE Chapter 3 Your midterm will include 75 questions based on what you have learned in chapters 1 – 7. Below are list of the actual questions that may potentially be included in your midterm exam. By outlining the test questions, I hope to guide your reading of the text and your study prior to the exam. 1. According to psychologists, the minimum stimulus intensity of any sensory input that an organism can detect is absolute threshold 2. Juanita was drinking some warm punch and thought she could just detect a faint taste of nutmeg in the punch. However, when she took another sip, the taste wasn't there. On the third sip, she could just make out the taste of nutmeg again. It is very likely that the amount of nutmeg in the punch was A. just below her taste constancy level. B. producing inhibitory synapses rather than excitatory synapses. C. producing action potentials that were too weak to reach the terminal buttons. D. just at her absolute threshold for taste.
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