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Psychology 100; Fall 2018Name: _______________________________________Dr. Carl JohnsonExam #3A1. _____11. _____21. _____2. _____12. _____22. _____3. _____13. _____23. _____4. _____14. _____24. _____5. _____15. _____25. _____6. _____16. _____26. _____7. _____17. _____27. _____8. _____18. _____28. _____9. _____19. _____29. _____10. ____20. _____30. _____31. _____32. Describe the three parameters of sound: pitch, loudness, and timbre.
PSY 100; Fall 2018Exam #3A33. State and briefly describe 3 monocular depth cues. Earn a bonus point for stating and describing onebinocular depth cue. Be sure to note which are monocular and which one is a binocular depth cue.34. What is wrong with “sleeping in on weekends” until noon? Why do health-care professionals andsleep researchers advocate daily routines for eating, exercise, and sleep patterns?2
PSY 100; Fall 2018Exam #3A1.The conversion of environmental stimuli into neural impulses is called ________.
2.A snack manufacturer finds that it must increase the salt content of its chips by 8% inorder for a sample of consumers to notice that the chips are saltier than they werebefore. This example most nearly illustrates the concept of a(n) _________ threshold.
3.Olfaction is to gustation as _______ is to _______.
4.Which of the following senses influences our perception of flavor?A)taste and visionB)taste and touchC)smell and touchD)taste and smell
5.Neurons called ______ in the visual cortex analyze the retinal image and respond toshapes, such as angles and movements.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Dr.Jaffa
Tags
Psychology, Visible spectrum

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