5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Chemical Senses
- Coding, for a specific sensation, depends on the following:
- Trichomatic Theory
- a Smell and taste
Smell and taste are located near eachother
- b 1. The number and type of sensory cells that are activated
2. The precise nerve that is stimulated
3. The part of the brain that the nerve stimulates.
- c Theory stating that color perception results from three types of cones in the reina, each most sensitive to either red, green, or blue.
- d Light sensitive inner surface of the back of the eye, which contains the receptor cells for vision. (Rods and Cones)
- e Process of selecting, organizing and interpreting sensory information into meaningful patterns.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Lock and key
- The outer ear:
2. Auditory canal
The middle ear
The inner ear
2. Hair cells
- Visual acuity problem resulting from the conea and the lense focusing an image in front of the retina.
- Information processing beginning "at the botom" with rw sensory data that are "sent up" to the brain for higher-level analysis; data driven processing that moves from the parts to the whole.
- Converting sensory inputs into different sensations
5 True/False Questions
Sensation → Process of detecting, converting, and transmitting raw sensory data from the external and internal environment to the brain.
Sensory adaptation → Decreased sensitivity due to repeated or constant stimulation
Rods → Visual receptor cells in the retina that detect shades of gray and are responsible for peripheral vision; most important in dim light and at night.
Sound → The movement of air molecules in a particular wave pattern.
To experience sensation → Detect/recieve, Translate (transduction), Transmit