5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Optical illusion
- a Pictures/drawlings that trick us into perceiving something that isnt true.
- b Thin, translucent layer lining the back of the eye; recieves images formed be the lens; connected to the brain by the optic nerve
- c a shiny layer that lines the area behind the retina of many animals; helps make the eye visible in the dark and allows the animal to see better at night.
- d The process of retrieving knowledge and information stored in the brain.
- e Imaging device used to study the structure of brain tissue (magnetic resonance imaging)
5 Multiple choice questions
- What something looks like or is made of
- Light that shines on an object and bounces off
- Light made by an object.
- The plane for the section of the brain that is parallel to the ground
- Parts of the eye that intercept and change light to electrical impulses to produce the ability to see.
5 True/False questions
Peripheral vision → The use of both eyes for vision.
Transmitted Light → Light that shines on an object and bounces off
Association → The connection of ideas, feelings, etc to previous knowledge.
Learning → Thin, translucent layer lining the back of the eye; recieves images formed be the lens; connected to the brain by the optic nerve
Electroencephalography → Picture of electric activity in the head or brain