Chapter 6 Practice Questions

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Chapter 6 Practice Questions 1. The fact that perceptions cannot be explained in terms of the sum of our sensations best illustrates the importance of: A. top-down processing. B. interposition. C. retinal disparity. D. visual capture. 2. Which of the following is TRUE? A. Humans cannot sense stimuli below the absolute threshold. B. Humans cannot be affected by stimuli below the absolute threshold at all. C. Stimuli presented below the absolute threshold can have a subtle, brief effect on behavior. D. Stimuli presented below the absolute threshold exert a strong, powerful effect on behavior. 3. If you move your watchband up your wrist an inch or so, you will feel it for only a few moments. This best illustrates: A. parallel processing. B. accommodation. C. sensory adaptation. D. Weber's law. 4. As we look at a flower, the intensity of the color we see is related to the light wave’s: A. amplitude. B. hue. C. length. D. placement on the spectrum. 5. The eye’s “blind spot” is related to: A. light rays focusing too far in front of the retina. B.
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course PSYC 1 taught by Professor Stuartantsis during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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