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Question 1 0.34 out of 0.34 points Although she and her roommate have the same exact ringtone, Lakisa can always tell when the ringing phone is coming from her side of the room. She can do this because of the difference in time the sound takes to reach her left versus her right ear, and also because the sound reaching the ear closest to the phone is Selected Answer: c. more intense. Answers: a. lower pitched. b. quieter. c. more intense. d. higher pitched. Question 2 0.34 out of 0.34 points As Fatima gazes out onto the mountain landscape, she is able to tell what is near to her and what is far away by using both __________ cues, like occlusion, relative size, and linear perspective, and __________ cues, like disparity. Selected Answer: d. monocular; binocular Answers: a. binocular; monocular b. bottom-up; top- down c. top-down; bottom-up d. monocular; binocular Question 3 0.34 out of 0.34 points
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At what point do taste preferences begin to develop? Selected Answer: a. in the womb Answers: a. in the womb b. in early childhood c. during infancy d. immediately after birth Question 4 0.34 out of 0.34 points Barbara has fallen and dislocated her shoulder. The doctor knows he is going to have to cause her a lot of pain while he puts her shoulder back into its proper position. He gently braces her arm and just before resetting the shoulder, he pinches Barbara hard on the arm. How will this affect her pain when he puts her shoulder back into position? Selected Answer: a. The pinch will temporarily distract Barbara and decrease her awareness of the shoulder pain. Answers: a. The pinch will temporarily distract Barbara and decrease her awareness of the shoulder pain. b. The pinch will cause a release of neurotransmitters in her shoulder, blocking all pain messages to her brain for several minutes. c. The pinch will activate fast fibers and increase her sense of having a sharp pain. d. The pinch will activate her slow fibers and increase her sense of having a dull ache. Question 5 0.34 out of 0.34 points Basic visual information including orientation, size, and movement of objects is housed in which part of the brain? Selected Answer: d. primary visual cortex Answers: a.
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optic nerve b. ganglion cells c. optic chiasm d. primary visual cortex Question 6 0.34 out of 0.34 points Bradley is watching his twin daughters play on a playground seesaw, and is fascinated by the way only one side can be up or down at a time. He thinks about color vision, and recognizes that this is similar to how the __________ theory describes his ability to see just one color of a color-pair at a time. Selected Answer: d. opponent- process Answers: a.
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