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Introduction to Psychology 11th Edition

Introduction to Psychology (11th Edition)

Book Edition11th Edition
Author(s)Kalat
ISBN9781305271555
PublisherCengage Learning
SubjectPsychology
Section 10.1: Conscious and Unconscious Processes
Section 10.3: Hypnosis
Chapter 10, Section 10.1, Review Questions , Exercise 1
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With masking, flash suppression, or binocular rivalry, a viewer is conscious of a stimulus under one condition but not another. How does the brain representation differ as a result?

(a) When a viewer is conscious of a stimulus, the brain activity is stronger and more widespread.

(b) When a viewer is conscious of a stimulus, each action potential is larger and faster.

(c) When a viewer is conscious of a stimulus, the brain activity occurs mostly in the left hemisphere.

(d) When a viewer is conscious of a stimulus, the brain activity occurs mostly in the right hemisphere.

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