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17.The areas of the brain located just above the sinus cavity and just below the frontal lobes that receiveinformation from the olfactory receptor cells are calledOlfactory bulb.18.The body senses consisting of the skin senses, the kinesthetic sense, and the vestibular senses are calledsomesthetic senses.19.The sense of the location of body parts in relation to the ground and each other is called thekinesthicsense.20.Perceptionis the method by which the sensations experienced at any given moment are interpreted andorganized in some meaningful fashion.21.A Gestalt principle known asfigure-groundis the tendency to perceive objects, or figures, as existing on abackground.22.The Gestalt principle ofproximityis the tendency to perceive objects that are close to each other as part ofthe same grouping.23.The Gestalt principle ofClosureis the tendency to complete figures that are incomplete.24.The ability to perceive the world in three dimensions is known asdepth perception.25.Monocularcues for perceiving depth based on one eye only.26.Binocularcues for perceiving depth based on both eyes.27.Contiguityis the tendency to perceive things a certain way because previous experiences or expectationsinfluence those perceptions.
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Psychology, gestalt principle, various sense organs