Spring 2010 Practice Exam 3

Spring 2010 Practice Exam 3 - Practice Exam 3 Spring 2010...

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Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. Based on the relationship between perception and the physical properties of light, you should infer that if the human nervous system was not wired to respond to differences in the intensity of reflected light, people would not be able to: a. detect differences in colors b. detect differences in brightness c. respond accurately to movement d. have full peripheral vision ____ 2. Imagine that an infant is shown a blue-colored card repeatedly, until the infant stops watching. If the color of the card is now changed to green, and the infant starts watching again, researchers can infer that the infant: a. can perceive the difference between the two cards b. is not able to perceive the difference between the two cards c. prefers the green card to the blue card d. prefers the blue card to the green card ____ 3. If you stood on an airport runway and looked into the distance, the sides of the runway would appear to come together in the distance. This is an example of the depth cue known as: a. convergence b. linear perspective c. binocular disparity d. common fate ____ 4. In the retina, the cones are the receptor cells that are: a. the most sensitive in low illumination b. the most plentiful c. the most important to our peripheral vision d. concentrated in the center ____ 5. The onset of puberty has decreased 3-4 years in the last century, probably due to: a. improved medical care and living conditions
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