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Course 202020 Spring 2020 PSYC 380-B09 LUO Test Exam 2 Started 2/9/20 8:22 PM Submitted 2/9/20 9:44 PM Due Date 2/10/20 11:59 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 125 out of 125 points Time Elapsed 1 hour, 22 minutes out of 1 hour and 30 minutes Instructions Covers Modules/Weeks 3–4 Time limit: 1 hour and 30 minutes 40 multiple-choice questions Open-book/open-notes Do not hit the BACK button as this will lock you out of the exam. The timer will continue if you leave this exam without submitting it. Results Displayed Submitted Answers, Feedback Question 1 3.125 out of 3.125 points In what order does visual information pass through the retina? Selected Answer: a. Receptor cells, bipolar cells, ganglion cells Question 2 3.125 out of 3.125 points Clement has the most common form of color vision deficiency and has trouble distinguishing ____ from _____. Selected Answer: b. red; green Question 3 3.125 out of 3.125 points The primary visual cortex sends its information ____. Selected Answer: b. to area V2
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Question 4 3.125 out of 3.125 points Light has entered Joelle’s eyes. After being detected by the photoreceptors, the information will be passed on to _____ cells. Selected Answer: a. bipolar cells Question 5 3.125 out of 3.125 points Meagan is studying for a quiz on the rods and cones. She writes in her notes that _____ are more ______. Selected Answer: b. cones; sensitive to detail Question 6 3.125 out of 3.125 points The optic nerve is composed of axons from which kind of cell? Selected Answer: d. Ganglion cells Question 7 3.125 out of 3.125 points The most common form of color vision deficiency is due to ____. Selected Answer: d. long- and medium-wavelength cones making the same photopigment Question 8 3.125 out of 3.125 points Which cell responds most strongly to a stimulus moving perpendicular to its axis?
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