psychfinal - 1. The optic nerve Student Response 1. carries...

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1.   The optic nerve    Student Response 1.  carries neural impulses from the eye to the brain. 2. assists with detecting black, white, and gray. 3. is the light-sensitive inner surface of the eye and  contains the receptor rods and cones. 4. is also known as the blind spot.   2.   Interposition is a cue for depth perception in which closer objects:    Student Response 1.  create larger retinal images than do distant objects. 2.  obstruct our view of distant objects. 3.  reflect more light to our eyes than do distant objects. 4.  appear lower in the horizontal plane than do distant objects.   3.
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  Repeated gentle stroking of a pain spot creates an itching sensation.  Student Response True    4.   The organization of two-dimensional retinal images into three-dimensional perceptions is called:    Student Response 1.  retinal disparity. 2.  depth perception. 3.  perceptual constancy. 4.  visual capture. 5.  the phi phenomenon.   5.   The absolute threshold is the minimum amount of stimulation that a person needs to detect a stimulus:    Student Response
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1.  at the beginning of a sensory experience. 2.  on a subliminal level. 3.  50 percent of the time. 4.  reliably on any occasion.   6.   The sense or act of hearing is known as _________.      7.   The process by which we select, organize, and interpret sensory information in order to recognize meaningful  objects and events is called:    Student Response 1.  sensory adaptation.
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2.  parallel processing. 3.  sensation. 4.  perception. 5.  accommodation.   8.   Learning is best defined as:   Student Response 1.  any behavior emitted by an organism without being elicited. 2.  a change in the behavior of an organism. 3.  a relatively permanent change in the behavior of an organism due to experience. 4.  behavior based on operant rather than respondent conditioning.   9.   Jeremy wears his baseball cap backward because he noticed his older brother does so. This illustrates the  importance of:
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  Student Response 1.  respondent behavior. 2.  immediate reinforcement. 3.  spontaneous recovery. 4.  modeling. 5.  shaping.   10.   In which form of learning is behavior said to be influenced by its consequences?   Student Response 1.  observational learning 2.  classical conditioning 3.  operant conditioning 4.  latent learning   11.
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  Spontaneous recovery refers to the:   Student Response 1.  expression of learning that had occurred earlier but had not been expressed because of lack of incentive. 2. 
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