Psych 1000 Review Session 2 (ch 5-8) QUESTIONS TO POST 2009-2010

Psych 1000 Review Session 2 (ch 5-8) QUESTIONS TO POST 2009-2010

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PSYCHOLOGY 1000: REVIEW SESSION Sections 003 and 005
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REVIEW SESSION Chapter 5: Chapter 5: Sensation & Perception Sensation & Perception Chapter 6:  Chapter 6:  Consciousness Consciousness Chapter 7:  Chapter 7:  Learning Learning Chapter 8: Memory Memory Some Practice Questions Question & Answer period
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CHRISTMAS EXAM FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.     Exam locations on website bring student card   75   multiple-choice questions Chapter 5-8 inclusive, & lecture material
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ANNOUNCEMENTS EXAM GRADES   will be posted in Gradebook on WebCT in  January
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SOME  … PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 1. The portion of the basilar membrane where          lower frequencies (e.g. 400 Hz) are coded is   A.  the wide flexible end. B.  the narrow stiff end at the oval window. C.  the middle portion. D.  Either end depending on the loudness of           the sound. E.  none of the above   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 2. Nerve deafness occurs when    A.  the receptors in the inner ear are           damaged. B.  the auditory nerve is damaged. C.  the ear drum is punctured. D.  the ossicles cease to function. E.  Both A) and B) above.   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 3. Short wavelengths of light (400nm)        are perceived by a normal human        visual system as    A.  yellow B.  green. C.  orange. D.  blue. E.  red   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 4.  The perception of pitch is related to         the _____ of sound waves. A.  amplitude B.  height C.  frequency D.  loudness E.  Both C) and D).    
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 5. The coiled snail-shaped structure in the  inner  ear is referred to as the   A.  malleus . B. incus. C. stapes. D. oval window E. cochlea   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 6. The theory of pitch perception that explains  how higher frequencies (e.g. 4000 Hz) are  neurally coded is the    A.   frequency theory. B.  opponent process theory. C.  place theory. D.  trichromatic theory E.  basilar coding theory   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 7. The adjustable opening that can constrict or   control the amount of light entering the eye       is the    A.  cornea. B.  retina. C.  lens. D.  pupil E.     macula   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 8. The most common type of dichromatic vision         involves a deficit in the ___________       in the visual system.        A.  blue-green system. B. blue-red system. C. blue-yellow system. D. red-green system. E. black-white system.   
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION 9. In perception, the use of hypothesis testing        is most consistent with    A.  figure-ground processing.
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