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g120 True g120 False (True Answer ) 912 Place theory explains how people hear high-pitched sounds, while frequency theory explains how people hear low-pitched sounds. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 913 Frequency theory explains the perception of both high-pitched and low-pitched sounds. g120 True g120 False (True Answer ) 914 The ability to sense sounds above 1,000 hertz is best explained by the place theory of pitch discrimination. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 915 The technical name for the sense of taste is olfaction . g120 True g120 False (True Answer ) 916 The technical name for the sense of smell is olfaction . g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 917 Olfaction and gustation are known as the chemical senses, because they both rely on the detection of different types of molecules. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 918 The technical name for the sense of taste is gustation . g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False
919 People who are unable to smell specific odors or lack a sense of smell completely have a condition called anosmia. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 920 The brain identifies specific odors by interpreting the pattern of olfactory receptors that are stimulated by a particular airborne chemical. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 921 On the average, humans can detect and identify about 10,000 different odors. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 922 The olfactory bulb is actually an enlarged ending of the olfactory cortex. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 923 The axons of the olfactory neurons in your nose extend directly into your brain. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 924 Loss of olfactory function is associated with several diseases, including Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia, and multiple sclerosis, and may be an early marker of Alzheimer's disease. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 925 In an experiment investigating whether people can train their sense of smell, participants were repeatedly exposed to a particular class of odors (floral or minty). As a result of this repeated exposure the participants became more sensitive to the odors and improved their ability to distinguish subtle differences among different scents. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False
926 In an experiment, participants were repeatedly exposed to a particular class of odors (floral or minty) and as a result of this repeated exposure they became less sensitive to the odors and their ability to distinguish subtle differences among different scents diminished significantly. g120 True g120 False (True Answer ) 927 Contrary to popular belief, there is no “tongue map” in which different regions of the tongue are responsive to different tastes. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 928 Although pheromones are best understood in lower animals, there is growing evidence that pheromones can affect human behavior. g120 True (True Answer ) g120 False 929 Evidence suggests that pheromones may be responsible for the synchronization of menstrual cycles among female roommates.

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