5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Optic chiasm
- Transmitted Light
- a Inside the skull where the 2 optic nerves join each other at a point.
- b Parts of the eye that intercept and change light to electrical impulses to produce the ability to see.
- c Light that shines through an object
- d Something that is true for an object.
- e The plane for the section of the brain that is parallel to the ground
5 Multiple choice questions
- Strategy that increases the effectiveness of memory.
- The use of both eyes for vision.
- Light that shines on an object and bounces off
- Light made by an object.
- How somehting works and what it does
5 True/False questions
Receptor → Something that takes in information and responds to it in some way.
Tapetum → Thin, translucent layer lining the back of the eye; recieves images formed be the lens; connected to the brain by the optic nerve
Memory → Imaging device used to study the structure of brain tissue (magnetic resonance imaging)
Coronal → Thin, translucent layer lining the back of the eye; recieves images formed be the lens; connected to the brain by the optic nerve
Depth Preception → The ability to convert a flattened image from the retina into a 3-D image to determine how far away an object is.