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10. What are the 3 types of cones? 11. What parts are used as protection for the eye? 12. The visual pathway is: _________ barb2right __________ barb2right __________ barb2right _________ barb2right __________ 13. What are the 2 theories of color vision? For numbers 14- 17 identify each of the four lobes of the brain: 14. _________Frontal Lobe 15. _________Occipital Lobe 16. _________Temporal Lobe 17. _________Parietal Lobe 18. What is the function of each of the lobes listed above? 19. Identify the lower brain structures. 20. For the list of numbers: 10 20 10 12 5 7, what is the mean, median, and mode? 21. These 3 middle ear structures act as tiny amplifiers that amplify sound waves so that they have more energy than they had when they first entered the ear. 22. Which neurotransmitter has been linked to depression? A C B D
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Note: This study guide is meant to be suggestive, not absolute. Material not listed in this guide (but presented in class) may appear on the exam. 23. What is the function of the thalamus? 24. The central nervous system consists of the ______________ and ______________. 25. For most people, perceptual processing occurs in the __________ hemisphere and language processing occurs in the _________ hemisphere. 26. What are the methods one could use to learn about the brain? 27. What is the gate control theory? 28. How are taste and smell similar? 29. What are the gestalt laws of organization? 30. What is the difference between monocular and binocular cues?
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