Taste receptor cells are to the gustatory system as a

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158.Taste receptor cells are to the gustatory system as:A.hair cells are to the auditory system.B.thalamic cells are to the olfactory system.C.ganglion cells are to the visual system.D.the pain gate is to haptic perception.ANS:A
DIF:EasyREF:5.4 How Are We Able to Taste?OBJ:5.4BNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Analyzing159.What is the primary purpose of cells in the olfactory bulb?
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DIF:ModerateREF:5.5 Smell Detects OdorantsOBJ:5.5ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering160.Regarding smell, which of the following statements is probably most accurate?
DIF:ModerateREF:5.5 Smell Detects OdorantsOBJ:5.5ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering161.When Margot was a child, her mother baked bread on Fridays. As an adult, whenever Margot smells bread baking she remembers her mother and feels happy. The mood and memories result from the processing of smell information in the:
DIF:ModerateREF:5.5 Smell Detects OdorantsOBJ:5.5ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Understanding162.An odor is most likely encoded by a(n):A.single olfactory receptor specialized for that odor.B.activation pattern across several olfactory receptor types.C.single olfactory and a single gustatory receptor.D.activation pattern across several olfactory and gustatory receptor types.ANS:B
DIF:ModerateREF:5.5 Smell Detects OdorantsOBJ:5.5ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering163.In smell, ________ are chemicals released by animals that cause physiological and behavioral effects on other members of the same species.
DIF:EasyREF:5.5 Pheromones Are Processed Like Olfactory StimuliOBJ:5.5BNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering

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