5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- kinesthetic sense
- frequency theory
- Weber's Law
- sensory adaptation
- divided attention
- a the senses of body movement and positioning.
- b the amount of change needed to produce a JND is a constant proportion of the original stimulus intensity.
- c says that tones up to 4000 hertz are converted to nerve impulses that match the frequency of each tone.
- d a decrease in sensory response to an unchanging stimulus.
- e when you must divide your mental effort among tasks.
5 Multiple choice questions
- another name for the trichromatic theory.3
- sensations produced by the skin, muscles, joints, viscera, and organ of balance.
- says that higher and lower tones excite specific areas of the cochlea.
- the purported ability to perceive events in ways that cannot be explained by known capacities of the sensory organs.
- the study of extranormal psychological events, such as extrasensory perception.
5 True/False questions
perceptual learning → changes in perception that can be attributed to prior experience.
engineering psychology → the study of extranormal psychological events, such as extrasensory perception.
astigmatism → when eye has more than one focal point, parts of vision are blurry.
trichromatic theory → says that tones up to 4000 hertz are converted to nerve impulses that match the frequency of each tone.
phantom limb → the illusory sensation that a limb still exists after it is lost through accident or amputation.