Psych8-2 - • 7 Sound reaches the nearest or closest ear first • 8 Over-stimulation of your vestibular sense • 9 Much of what is referred to

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Chapter 8 Section 2 Chapter 8 Section 2 Guided Reading Guided Reading
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1. External stimuli is converted into a chemical-electrical message that is transmitted by the nervous system and interpreted by the brain
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2. Cones require more light and work best during the day. Rods work better at night. There are more rods than cones but only cones are sensitive to color
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3. Because is reflects green light and absorbs all others
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4. Their cones do not function properly.
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5. You have a larger retinal disparity for the closer object.
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6. The higher the waves, the louder the sound
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Unformatted text preview: • 7. Sound reaches the nearest or closest ear first. • 8. Over-stimulation of your vestibular sense • 9. Much of what is referred to as taste is actually produced by your sense of smell • 10. Pain alerts you to injury and forces you to act. • 11. Receptors in the muscles, tendons, and joints communicate with the brain. Chapter 8 Section 2 Chapter 8 Section 2 Vocabulary Vocabulary • 1. Vestibular • 2. Optic nerve • 3. Auditory nerve • 4. Olfactory nerve • 5. Pupil • 6. Kinesthesis • 7. Binocular fusion • 8. Retina • 9. Lens...
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2010 for the course SOCIAL STU 101 taught by Professor Mr.king during the Spring '10 term at Franklin.

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Psych8-2 - • 7 Sound reaches the nearest or closest ear first • 8 Over-stimulation of your vestibular sense • 9 Much of what is referred to

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