SampleTest2 - a. stereognosis b. interoception c....

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Sample Questions for Test 2. These questions are provided to give you an idea of the nature of the test. These particular questions will not be on the test. Cones provide the ability to distinguish fine detail due to a. their sensitivity at low light levels b. their heavy input to Y ganglion cells c. their high concentration in all regions of the retina d. the low convergence of their input onto bipolar cells e. All of the above A cell in the lateral geniculate nucleus that responded best to a spot of light on the retina, but responded less strongly to a bar of light is most likely to be a/an a. X cell b. bipolar cell c. on-center cell d. simple cell e. complex cell Which of the following compensates for the difference in the resistance to movement of air versus fluid (known as impedance matching)? a. cochlea b. organ of corti c. Merkel's disks d. ossicles e. All of the above The recognition of objects by touch is known as:
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Unformatted text preview: a. stereognosis b. interoception c. stereosystem d. cutaneous morphology e. None of the above 12. _____________are found in_____________, many of which are located in small protuberances (bumps) on the tongue called _____________. a. Taste receptors; papillae; taste buds b. Taste buds; taste receptors; papillae c. Taste receptors; taste buds; papillae d. Taste buds; papillae; taste receptors True/False The superior olives are involved in sound localization There are about 10 different types of olfactory receptors Fill in the blank. The system that carries most ascending pain signals to the brain is the ____________________________ Short Answer Concisely explain the difference in the retinal ganglion cell input provided to M and P pathways and how this results in differences in the types of visual input processed by each pathway....
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2010 for the course PSY 2 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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