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PSY 4322 – Exam 3 Study Guide The exam will cover material from both the lectures and the text (Chapters 9-12). Although much overlap exists between the two, some of the topics listed may be from either the lectures or text only. Below, the underlined sections corresponds to the individual lectures, the arrow bullets correspond to the major headings on the lectures slides, the associated pages from the text appear in parentheses after the arrow bullets, and key terms are typed in italics. Note that you should not just memorize the material, but understand it and be able to apply it to other situations, as done in the lectures and text. Hearing and Language head2right Hearing (pp. 257-272) o Sound (know what the following dimensions refer to, & their correspondence to our perception of pitch & loudness) square4 Frequency square4 Amplitude o Structures of the ear (know the function of the following structures) square4 Pinna square4 Auditory canal square4 Tympanic membrane square4 Ossicles: malleus, incus, & stapes square4 Eustachian tube square4 Semicircular canals square4 Cochlea square4 Auditory nerve o Structures of the cochlea (know the function of the following structures) square4 Oval window square4 Round window square4 Cochlear canal square4 Vestibular canal square4 Tympanic canal square4 Organ of Corti square4 Tectorial membrane square4 Basilar membrane square4 Inner hair cells square4 Outer hair cells o Pitch perception (know how the following theories explain pitch perception) square4 Frequency theory (also know what volleying refers to) square4 Place theory (also know what a tonotopic map refers to) o Cochlear implants (know how implants work, & how they relate to place theory) o Cortical processing (know the location & function of the following regions/pathways) square4 Primary auditory cortex square4 Secondary auditory cortex square4 Dorsal stream square4 Ventral stream o Sound localization (know the function of the following cells, & how the time & intensity differences provide information about the location of a sound source) square4 Time difference detectors square4 Intensity difference detectors (also know the frequency range for these cells) head2right Language (pp. 272-282) o Language disorders (know the causes & symptoms of the following disorders) square4 Broca’s / expressive / non-fluent aphasia square4 Wernicke’s / receptive / fluent aphasia square4 Dyslexia o Hemispheric specialization (know how hemisphere dominance varies with sex,
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