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ce Threshold48. Weber's law states that the difference threshold is directly proportionalto the ____________ of the stimulus with which a comparison is beingmade. A. magnitudeB. absolute thresholdC. signal detectionD. tolerancelevel
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ce Threshold49. A useful application of Weber fractions is that A. by looking at them,we can tell what the absolute threshold isB. they minimize the problemsassociated with false alarmsC. they minimize the problems associated withmissesD. they allow for sensitivity comparisons between the differentsensory modalitiesAccessibility: Keyboard Navigation
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50. A limitation of Weber's law is that A. it doesn't hold true for moderateintensities of stimulationB. it doesn't hold true for extremely low or highintensities of stimulationC. it only applies to absolute thresholds but not todifference thresholdsD. it doesn't allow for sensitivity comparisonsbetween different sensory modalitiesAccessibility: Keyboard Navigation
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ce Threshold51. If the Weber fraction for tonal pitch is 1/333, then to be able to judge acomparison tone as higher in pitch than one at 3330 Hz it must be at least
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ce Threshold52. As Jesse closes her eyes, Joe puts two tiny boxes in Jesse's hands. Inher right hand, the box is empty, but the box in her left hand contains twosmall Hershey's kisses. Jesse has no problem picking the box in her lefthand as the heavier of the two. However, Joe next takes two equal 2-pound bags of candy and adds the two small kisses to one of the bags.Then Joe puts a bag of candy in each of her hands and Jesse is unable topick which one has the extra kisses. This inability to perceive the weight in

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