Unformatted text preview: can infer causality.) 5. a (Pain, temperature, and touch are perceived in the parietal lobe, and the left side of the body is controlled by the right side of the brain.) 6. b (Parasympathetic NS controls digestion and generally slows the body down.) 7. c Serial position curve says items in middle are most often forgotten. Also, primacy effect says we remember things at the beginning (so can’t be b); recency effect says we remember things at the end (so can’t be d); and Von Restoraff effect says we remember things that are unusual (so can’t be a)....
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- Spring '09
- Psychology, Serial position effect, Von Restoraff, Parasympathetic NS controls