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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11 click Chapter Four Sensation and Perception Circling the Truth
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22 Your personal perspective And how do you see yourself?
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REVIE W CLASS 1 33
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REVIE W CLASS 3 55
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REVIE W CLASS 3 Jean  Piaget Theory of  Cognitive  Developmen t S.P.C. F . 66
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CLASS  PREVIEW 77
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PREVIEW 88
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Mid-Term Example Sigmund Freud developed which area of  psychology? A. Behavioural B. Cognitive C. Humanistic D. Psychoanalytical Which psychologist is considered the father of  Psychology?   Watson, Wundt, James or Wertheimer  99
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Mid-Term Example Which of the following is the correct sequence of  the goals of psychology? A. Describe, predict, explain, control B. Describe, explain, predict,  c ontrol C. Explain, describe, predict, control D. Describe, predict, explain Which variable is manipulated by the experimenter?    dependent, hypothesis, control, independen 1010
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Mid-Term Example Erica is used to riding her own bike. She decides to  ride her brother’s bike because it is slightly larger.  Piaget would call the changes she makes in her  riding when she tries to ride her brother’s bike: A. A ccommodation  B. Assimilation C. Adjustment D. Insight 1111
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Mid-Term Example Parents give a technique called _____ to give  temporary support to their children  in solving  problems or discovering principles. A. Intrinsic motivation B. S caffolding C. Extrinsic motivation D. Vicarious learning   Studies of paternal influences reveal that fathers  1212
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Explain the general function of the sensory systems Describe the structure of the eye Distinguish between rods and cones and identify their characteristics and functions with respect to light, colour and visual acuity Understand colour vision 1313 Learning Objectives
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Describe the structure of the ear. Explain how sounds are converted into nerve impulses Explain how pitch is sensed Explain smell and taste. Describe how tastes and odours are identified. Identify three kinds of perceptual constancy. 1414 Learning Objectives
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Explain the contributions of muscular cues, stereoscopic vision and pictorial cues to the perception of depth and distance. Show how perception may be altered by learning, expectations and motives 1515 Learning Objectives
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1616 click Sensation and Perception
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Perspectives 1717 click
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Sensation vs. Perception 1818
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Sensory Systems – What You See is What You Get Data Reduction System: Any system that selects, analyzes, or condenses information. Transducer: A device that converts energy from one system into energy in another.
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