Psych Exam 2 Answer Key

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Psych Exam 2 Answer Key 1. Middle Ear 2. Hammer, Anvil, Stirrup 3. Lens 4. Kinesthesis 5. Iris 6. Intensity 7. Inner Ear 8. Hue 9. Gate Control Theory 10. Frequency Theory 11. Frequency 12. Fovea 13. Feature Detectors 14. Farsightedness 15. Difference Threshold, Noticeable Difference, Just Noticeable Difference 16. Cones 17. Conduction Hearing Loss 18. Color Constancy 19. Cochlear Implant 20. Cochlea 21. Bottom-Up Processing 22. Blind Spot 23. Audition 24. Acuity 25. Accomodation
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26. Absolute Threshold 27. Young-Helmholtz Trichromatic (Tricolor) Theory 28. Weber’s Law 29. Wavelength 30. Vestibular Sense 31. Transduction 32. Top-Down Processing 33. Subliminal 34. Signal Detection Theory 35. Sensory Interaction 36. Sensory Adaptation 37. Sensorineural Hearing Loss 38. Sensation 39. Rods 40. Retina 41. Pupil 42. Psychophysics 43. Priming 44. Place Theory 45. Pitch 46. Perception 47. Parallel Processing 48. Optic Nerve 49. Opponent-Process Theory 50. Nearsightedness 51. Visual Cliff
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52. Visual Capture 53. Selective Attention 54. The ability to focus on one speaker with a variety of conversations taking place in the
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Unformatted text preview: background. An example of selective attention. 55. Retinal Disparity 56. Phi Phenomenon 57. Perceptual Set 58. Perceptual Constancy 59. Perceptual Adaptation 60. Parapsychology 61. Monocular Cues 62. Inattentional Blindness 63. Human Factors Psychology 64. Grouping 65. Gestalt 66. Figure-Ground 67. Extrasensory Perception (ESP) 68. Depth Perception 69. Convergence 70. Binocular Cues 71. LSD 72. Latent Content 73. Insomnia 74. Hypnosis 75. Hallucinogens 76. Hallucinations 77. Ecstacy (MDMA) 78. Dualism 79. Dream 80. Dissociation 81. Depressants 82. Delta Waves 83. Consciousness 84. Circadian Rhythm 85. Biological Rhythms 86. Barbiturates 87. Amphetamines 88. Alpha Waves 89. Addiction 90. Withdrawal 91. Tolerance 92. THC 93. Stimulants 94. Sleep 95. Sleep Apnea 96. REM (Rapid Eye Movement) Sleep 97. REM Rebound 98. Psychological Dependence 99. Psychoactive Drug 100. Posthypnotic Suggestion 101....
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