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selects. habituates. Add Question Here Question 71 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question “What is it?” is to the orientation response as “Who cares?” is to Answer habituation. selective attention. divided attention. perceptual expectancy. Add Question Here Question 72 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question “What is it?” is to _____ as “Who cares?” is to habituation. Answer dishabituation the orientation response sensory adaptation the “boiled frog syndrome” Add Question Here Question 73 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Enlarged pupils, brain wave changes, pauses in breathing, and increased blood flow to the head are all characteristic of Answer habituation. an orientation response. perceptual overload. a relaxation response. Add Question Here Question 74 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Jeremy is walking into his school when he suddenly does a "double take" because he thought he saw something fall out of one of the trees to his left. Jeremy's "double take" illustrates Answer habituation. an orientation response. perceptual expectancy. divided attention. Add Question Here Question 75 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Carmen begins listening to the CD that she bought last week and that she has listened to at least twice a day since she bought it. After a few minutes, she realizes that she has not really been attending to the music at all. This is known as Answer habituation. an orientation response. perceptual expectancy. disinhibition. Add Question Here Question 76 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding habituation, which of the following statements is TRUE? Answer Creative people habituate more rapidly than the average person does. Habituation is another name for sensory adaptation. Repetition that is irritating or annoying leads to habituation. When a stimulus is repeated without change, the orientation response habituates. Add Question Here Question 77 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding habituation and the orientation response, which of the following statements is TRUE? Answer Creative people habituate more slowly than the average person does. Habituation is another name for sensory adaptation. Repetition that is irritating or annoying leads to habituation. When a stimulus is repeated without change, the orientation response increases. Add Question Here Question 78 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The idea that many people seem unable to detect gradual, but deadly trends in modern civilization is an example of Answer the Hawthorne Effect. the Boiled Frog Syndrome. the Zeigarnik Effect. the Von Restorff Phenomenon. Add Question Here Question 79 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The fact that many people are unconcerned about the gradual depletion of the ozone can be attributed to the _____.
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