The top down processing involved in context effects

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12.The top-down processing involved in context effects is similar to that involved in closure because, in both instances, top-down processing:A)completes perception by using information other than the stimulus itself.B)is more accurate than bottom-up processing.C)is faster than bottom-up processing.D)can only occur when the stimulus in unambiguous.
13.When Mary sees her psychology professor in the grocery store, she does not immediately recognize her professor. Based on perceptual principles, what is the MOST likely explanation for this lack of immediate recognition?
14.All of the following statements, except one, accurately describe how the brain applies the geometric relationship between retinal image size and distance to create the Ponzo, Muller-Lyer, and moon illusions. Which one statement is FALSE?
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