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EXAM #3 STUDY GUIDE Chapter 3: Vision problems Neural circuitry for vision Parts of the eye Theories of color vision Gestalt principles of grouping Color blindness Depth perception Constancies Ambiguous figures Illusions Bottom-up vs. top-down processing Inattentional blindness Perceptual set Conflicting visual & auditory cues (social & nonsocial) Dark adaptation Chapter 4: Altered states of consciousness Circadian rhythms 
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Shift work Jet lag Diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease Location of the biological clock Environmental cue input to circadian rhythm REM vs. NREM sleep How dreams change during a night of sleep Brain waves occurring in stages of sleep Effects of sleep deprivation Theories of why we sleep Theories of why we need REM REM rebound Larks vs. owls 
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Unformatted text preview: The “Monday Morning Blues” Parasomnias Major sleep disorders Culture & altered states of consciousness Psychoactive drugs Genetic influence on alcoholism Factors affecting how addictive a drug is Withdrawal symptoms Flashbacks Drug classifications Chapter 16: Attitude formation & the primacy effect Attributions Biases Why we are attracted to things or people Mate selection Conformity vs. obedience vs. compliance Effects of the presence of others Groupthink Group polarization Cognitive dissonance Compliance techniques Social loafing Zimbardo’s prison study Attitudes (3 components) Persuasion Altruistic behavior Scapegoating Prejudice, discrimination, & stereotyping The Robbers Cave experiment...
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