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68. After a small section of his basilar membrane was damaged, Jason experienced a noticeable loss of hearing for high-pitched sounds only. Jason's hearing loss is best explained by the ________ theory. A) gate-control B) frequency C) Young-Helmholtz D) opponent-process E) place
69. The volley principle is most directly relevant to our perception of:
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C) brightness. D) pain. E) pitch. 70. The discovery that high-frequency sounds trigger large vibrations near the beginning of the basilar membrane supports the ________ theory.
71. Cocking your head would be most useful for detecting the ______ of a sound.
72. Damage to the basilar membrane is most likely to result in: A) loss of movement. B) accommodation. C) conduction hearing loss. D) loss of the sense of balance. E) nerve deafness.
73. A cochlear implant would be most helpful for those who suffer:
D) conduction hearing loss. E) sensorineural hearing loss. 74. On the day she is to be interviewed for an important new position, Rachel awakens with a severe toothache. During the interview she feels no pain; not until 30 minutes later does she become aware again of the troublesome toothache. Rachel's experience is best explained by:
75. Our experience of pain may be intensified when we perceive that others are experiencing pain. This best illustrates the importance of:
76. If Jared watches a nurse give him an injection, he experiences more pain than if he closes his eyes during the procedure and thinks about his favorite food. This illustrates the value of ________ for pain control. A) sensory adaptation B) perceptual adaptation C) subliminal stimulation D) distraction E) blindsight
77. Which of the following pain control techniques is emphasized in the Lamaze method of childbirth training?
78. During the months when there is a large amount of pollen in the air, your hay fever severely affects your sense of smell. At the same time your food all seems to taste the same. This illustrates the importance of:

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