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PSYC 310 – Sensation and Perception Final Examination – Version A Fall 2011 Name: MODUPE SARRATT Section: 7981 1.B 21.A 2.C 22.A 3.C 23.B 4.D 24.A 5.A 25.D 6.C 26.D 7.D 27.D 8.D 28.B 9.B 29.D 10.C 30.A 11.A 31.A 12.A 32.D 13.B 33.D 14.A 34.C 15.D 35.B 16.B 36.B 17.D 37.D 18.A 38.B 19.C 39.A 20.B 40.B
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Section: Essay Questions Answer ANY 3 of the following questions. Be sure to answer each part of the questions you choose. Each question is worth 10 points.
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1. Where and how does transduction of the auditory stimulus take place? Trace the auditory pathway from the cochlea to the activated brain areas. Answer The transduction of auditory stimuli took place when labyrinth move the basilar membrane up and down causes the cilia of the hair cell to bend back and forth. Bending of hair cells opens the mechanically and calcium gated ion channel that lead to the release of the neurotransmitter that causes bursts of electrical signals that carried to the central nervous system by spiral ganglion neuron. Trace of auditory pathway start from Cochlea fibers synapse in a series of subcortical structures transmitted into Cochlear nucleus to the Superior olivary nucleus (in the brain stem) to the
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