Name: _ Date: _
1. The detection and encoding of stimulus energies by the nervous system is called:
2. Perception is the process by which:
A) stimulus energies are detected.
B) stimulus energie
1. The principles of natural selection are that an organisms distinct offspring compete for survival (survival of the
fittest). When competing some behavioral and biological variations will most likely increase the chances of survival
and reproduction. Th
The physical energy that starts the sequence of events leading to perception is the
A. base event.
B. perceptual link.
D. acoustic marker.
The process by which physical energy is converted into a neural event is called
Electrical impulses carried by neurons are called
A. neural words.
B. neural bits.
C. raw messages.
D. action potentials.
The term "receptive field" refers to
A. the patch of retina within which light alters a cell's response.
The sense of taste is also known as
During normal eating, the taste of food changes over time in the mouth because
A. chewing alters food's consistency.
B. adaptation takes pl
Fechner established a new science, which he called
The minimum intensity at which a stimulus can just be detected is termed the
A. difference threshold.
B. absolute threshol
When Tom describes the location of the pond in his back yard, he states that it is 6 meters due south from
his back door. Tom is specifying the pond's location by using _ direction.
A visual event involves changes
A. over time.
B. in space.
C. in recollection.
D. both over time and in space.
The perception of motion is important
A. in enhancing perception of form.
B. to the observer's safety.
C. both in enhancin
The optic nerves provide the brain with
A. only color information.
B. only black and white information.
C. raw material for visual perception.
D. none of these
Chiasm comes from the Greek word meaning
If a tree falls in the forest but no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
A. no, because sound is a perceptual experience
B. yes, because sound is a perceptual experience
C. yes, because the falling tree produces energy
Perception of _ is the most abstract experience made possible by hearing.
The complexity of music perception is attested to by
A. the physics of vibrating bodies.
B. hearing the components of
_ is being able to recognize that an object is a specific instance of a general class of objects;
_ is being able to recognize that a specific object belongs to a general class of objects with
the same properties.
A. Detection; discrimi
What is PSYCHOLOGY?
1) Wilhelm Wundt (Europe)
opened the first psychology lab in 1879
defined psychology as the science of mental life
used Introspection (looking in) to explore the elemental structure of the human mind
2) John B. Watson
PSY 102 Psychology in the Modern World
Instructor: Bob Melara
FUN PAPER # 2
Due Date: Monday, October 30th, 2017, by 5 pm on *Blackboard*
Using the Habituation Technique to Evaluate a Piagetian Hypothesis
The goal of Fun Paper #2 is to use the h
What contribution did the research of psychologist Kenneth Clark (p. 41) from City College
make to the American culture?
Kenneth Clark and his wife Mamie Phipps Clark were research psychologist that played a
role in the Civil Rights Movement. The Clarks r
Using the Correlational Method to Study Sleep Through the Lifespan
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the correlational method as a means for examining the
relationship between REM sleep and memory. I will describe previous research and then
Fun Paper #2
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the correlational method as a means for
examining the relationship between functions of the left and right hemispheres. I will compare
the performance of people wi
PSY 102 Psychology in the Modern World
Instructor: Bob Melara
Designing an At-Risk Prevention Study using Supplemental Instruction
1a. Certain groups of college students are at much higher risk of dropping out or fai
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #4 (due on 6/16/16)
1. Create a Java program (i.e. using a text editor like Notepad) that asks the user to enter
his/her first name and last name, in a single line and separated by a space. The program
should output separately the firs
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #8 (due on 07/5/16)
1. Write a Java application that:
a. asks the user for the daily sales for each day of a week using a repetition loop and
calculates its total.
b. calculates the average daily sales for the week
c. displays the tota
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #2 (due on 6/9/16)
1) Create a Java program from scratch (i.e. using a text editor like Notepad) that asks the
user using the Scanner class for his/her name, the number of hours worked and the hourly
pay rate. The program should calcul
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #3 (due on 6/13/16)
1. Create a Java program from scratch (i.e. using a text editor like Notepad) that asks the
user for three numbers using the Scanner class, and outputs the smallest number.
/Assignment#3 Question 1
PSY1101 Introduction to Psychology
New York City College of Technology
*DO NOT WRITE ON THE EXAM*
Chapter 2: Biology of Behavior
1. Neurons are best described as
A) positively charged sodium and potassium ions.
B) chemical molecules tha
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #7 (due on 6/29/16)
1) Write a Java application that asks the user how many numbers wants stored in a onedimensional array. The program should allow the user to enter the numbers and calculate
the total, average, highest and lowest of
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #6 (due on 6/23/16)
1. Write a Java program that generates a random integer number between 1 and 100 and
asks the user to guess what that number is. If the users guess is higher than the random
number, the program should display Too hi
NEW YORK CITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY/CUNY
Computer Systems Technology Department
COURSE: CST1201 Programming Fundamentals
(2 class hours, 2 lab hours and 3 credits)
Candido Cabo, Ph.D.
Office: Namm 1000
e-mail: [email protected]
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #5 (due on 6/20/16)
1. The US Constitution establishes that only a natural born citizen who is at least thirty-five
years of age is eligible to be President of the US (Article 2/section 1). Create a Java
program using Notepad to help a
CST 1201 ASSIGNMENT #1 (due on 6/7/16)
Shift + right mouse kit the file that store your java program to open command
1) Create a Java program from scratch (i.e. using a text editor like Notepad) that produces
and output saying Hello World. You fir
REAL WORLD THINKING: APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
Meeting Time: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 2:30-5:05
Location: NAC 7/236
Jn G. Sigurjnsson, Ph.D.
Office Hours: By appointment, but I am usually in the