cogex1quiz2 - Name: UMID: Section #: Psych 240: Practice...

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Name: UMID: Section #: Psych 240: Practice Quiz 2 1. Which of the following is a problem for the feature theory of object recognition? a. Caricatures are recognized faster than photographs. b. Stabilized retinal images result in percepts degrading feature by feature. c. Objects with their non-accidental properties removed are hard to recognize. d. Simple cells in visual cortex selectively respond to bars of light at particular orientations. e. People recognize a mug and a bucket as different objects.* 2. In split brain patients whose left and right brain hemispheres are surgically separated, visual information presented to the ____________ visual field is available primarily to the ___________ hemisphere and may be expressed by ___________________ . a. left; right; pointing with the left hand* b. left; left; speaking c. right; right; speaking d. right; left; pointing with the left hand 3. Which of the following is an ordering from earlier processing of visual information to later processing?
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PSYCH 240 taught by Professor Gehring during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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