The gestalt organizational principle of closure is a

This preview shows page 27 - 29 out of 34 pages.

Chapter 3- Multiple Choice.pdf

143 .   The Gestalt organizational principle of closure is a good example of :
A ) top - down processing .
B ) bottom - up processing .
C ) linear perspective .
D ) perceptual constancy .
Answer:  A )   top - down processing .
144 .   Which statement about subjective contours is TRUE ?
Get answer to your question and much more
145 .   Although the retinal image changes , we easily recognize the rectangular shape of a door whether it is closed , partially open , or completely open . This is an example of :
Get answer to your question and much more
146 .   As an individual walks away from us , the visual image we sense decreases in size ; however , the visual image we perceive does not . This is due to :
Get answer to your question and much more
147 .   Even though the image of your dog on your retina changes as your dog runs to fetch a stick , you do not perceive your dog as getting smaller . Which process of perception explains this phenomenon ?
A ) retinal constancy
B ) depth perception
C ) perceptual constancy
D ) retinal disparity
148 .   Two identical gray squares ( A and B ) are surrounded by other squares . If Square A is surrounded by white squares and Square B is surrounded by black squares , then Square A would appear _____ than Square B. This illusion occurs because of the processing that also accounts for _____.
Get answer to your question and much more
149 .   In February 2015 , " The Dress " color debate went viral on the Internet . While looking at the same photograph of a dress , some people saw it as white - and - gold while others saw it as blue - and - black . Which statement is NOT true of the proposed explanations for why people saw the colors differently ?
Get answer to your question and much more
150 .   Retinal disparity ___ __ when objects are closer to us and _____ as objects move away from us .
Get answer to your question and much more
151 .   Which factor is a binocular cue used to perceive depth ?
A ) linear perspective
B ) interposition
C ) retinal disparity
D ) closure
152 .   Retinal disparity is a _____ cue to depth perception . As we focus on an object and the object moves closer to us , retinal disparity _____.
Get answer to your question and much more
143.The Gestalt organizational principle of closure is a good example of: A) top-down processing. B) bottom-up processing. C) linear perspective. D) perceptual constancy.
144.Which statement about subjective contours is TRUE?
145.Although the retinal image changes, we easily recognize the rectangular shape of a door whether it is closed, partially open, or completely open. This is an example of:
146.As an individual walks away from us, the visual image we sense decreases in size; however, the visual image we perceive does not. This is due to:
147.Even though the image of your dog on your retina changes as your dog runs to fetch a stick, you do not perceive your dog as getting smaller. Which process of perception explains this phenomenon? A) retinal constancy B) depth perception C) perceptual constancy D) retinal disparity
Page 28 148.Two identical gray squares (A and B) are surrounded by other squares. If Square A is surrounded by white squares and Square B is surrounded by black squares, then Square A would appear _____ than Square B. This illusion occurs because of the processing that also accounts for _____.
149.In February 2015, "The Dress" color debate went viral on the Internet. While looking at the same photograph of a dress, some people saw it as white-and-gold while others saw it as blue-and-black. Which statement is NOT true of the proposed explanations for why people saw the colors differently?

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture