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The condition in which the optical image is correctly focused on the back of the retina is called: A. Myopia B. Hysteropia C. Presbyopia D. Emmetropia
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The condition in which the optical image is correctly focused on the back of the retina is called: A. Myopia B. Hysteropia C. Presbyopia D. Emmetropia Answer: D.
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The ?? symbol on the adjacent diagram points to what part of the eye? A. Ciliary muscle B. Zonnules of Zinn C. Iris D. Vitreous humor E. Sclera ??
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The ?? symbol on the adjacent diagram points to what part of the eye? A. Ciliary muscle B. Zonnules of Zinn C. Iris D. Vitreous humor E. Sclera Answer: A ??
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The illusory gray circles in the Hermann grid disappear when you look directly at them because: A. The rods are smaller in the fovea. B. There is not enough light to activate the cones otherwise. C. The receptive fields are smaller for photoreceptors in the fovea, so their inhibitory surrounds fit within the grid lines. D. The periphery has a higher spatial acuity than the periphery.
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The illusory gray circles in the Hermann grid disappear when you look directly at them because: A. The rods are smaller in the fovea. B. There is not enough light to activate the cones otherwise. C. The receptive fields are smaller for photoreceptors in the fovea, so their inhibitory surrounds fit within the grid lines. D. The periphery has a higher spatial acuity than the
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:301 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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