The sense of the location of body parts in relation

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The sense of the location of body parts in relation to the ground and eachother is called the ____________________ sense.20.The process by which sensations are interpreted and organized in somemeaningful fashion is ___________________________.
Ciccarelli Homework 321.A Gestalt principle known as ______________________________________ is the tendency to perceive objects, or figures, as existing ona background.22.The Gestalt principle of ___________________ is the tendency toperceive objects that are close to each other as part of the same grouping.23.The Gestalt principle of ___________________ is the tendency tocomplete figures that are incomplete.24.The ability to perceive the world in three dimensions is known as_______________________ _____________________.25.__________________________ cues for perceiving depthrequire oneeye only.26._____________________ cues for perceiving depth require both eyes.27.__________________ ______________ is the tendency to perceivethings a certain way because previous experiences or expectations influencethose perceptions.28._____________________ __________________ is the claim ofperception that occurs without the use of normal sensory channels such assight, hearing, touch, taste, or smell.29.The study of ESP, ghosts, and other subjects that do not normally fall intothe realm of ordinary psychology is called ____________________.
Ciccarelli Homework 3Words for Fill-in-the BlanksAbsolute thresholdAfterimagesAuditory nerveBinocularClosureConesCorneaDepth perceptionEardrumExtrasensory perceptionFigure groundGustationHabituationJust noticeable differenceKinestheticLensLight adaptationMonocularOlfactionOlfactory bulbsParapsychologyPerceptionPerceptual setProximitySaturationSensationSensory adaptationSomestheticSubliminal perception
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Spring
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durvasula
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Psychology, 50 percent, olfactory receptor, Ciccarelli Homework

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