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Part Two:MatchingThe Auditory SystemChoose the letter of the term that best describes the concept or completes the sentence.Termsmay not be used more than once.StatementsTerms_____1.This is term refers to the strength, pressure, or“loudness” of asound wave.A.amplitudeB.anvilC.auditory cortex_____2.This is the outer shell of the ear.D.auditory nerveE.cochlea_____3.This structure transfers auditory information tothe brain.F.frequencyG.hammerH.pinna_____4.This curled tube-like structure contains fluid.I.stirrupJ.tympanic membrane_____5.This is the first of three tiny bones in the innerear that relay vibrations from the externalenvironment._____6.This refers to the number of compressions in agiven time period._____7.Vibrations from the hammer are relayed to thistiny bone in the inner ear._____8.This area receives and translates auditoryinformation._____9.This blocks and protects the delicate bones of theinner ear from the external world.____10.This structure transfers vibrations to the cochlea.
Assignment Booklet 7Personal Psychology 208ADLC Personal Psychology 20Value10Part Three:True or FalseRead each item carefully and decide if the statement is true or false.WriteTorFin theblanks to indicate your choices._____1.Colour blindness is genetic._____2.All animals have colour vision because colour is used to attract mates._____3.A tertiary colour is a combination of a primary colour and a secondary colour._____4.People with hearing loss may not realize their hearing has deteriorated._____5.Taste buds are only located on the edges of the tongue but taste buds respond toall tastes to varying degrees._____6.People with brain injuries that result in a loss of smell may then also experience aloss of taste._____7.Some parts of our skin have more sensory touch receptors than other parts of ourskin._____8.Water droplets can act like prisms and separate light into many colours._____9.Humans attend to sound only in one ear.____10.When you add black to a colour you get a tint.
Personal Psychology 20Assignment Booklet 7ADLC Personal Psychology 209Value25Part Four:Written-Response ItemsRespond to the following items on the blanks below the items.Addition Information Regarding Optical IllusionsMechanisms that create optical illusions are located in various places along the visualpathways. Some of these mechanisms come from the retina itself, but most result from the waythat the images captured with the eyes are reconstructed by the visual cortex.The information our brain receives from our eyes doesn’t always accurately represent reality.

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