5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- absolute threshold
- sensory coding
- taste bud
- a changing important features of the world into messages understood by the brain.
- b loss or impairment of the sense of smell.
- c the minimum amount of physical energy necessary to produce a sensation... ex. tick of watch under quiet conditions, bee wing falling on cheek, drop of perfume in apartment, etc.
- d the receptor organ for taste.
- e a misleading or distorted perception.
5 Multiple choice questions
- visual receptors for dim light that produce only black and white sensations.
- the strict relationship between the distance an object lies from the eyes and the size of its image.
- changes in the shape of the lens of the eye.
- the purported ability to perceive events in ways that cannot be explained by known capacities of the sensory organs.
- the part of the electromagnetic spectrum to which the eyes are sensitive.
5 True/False questions
iris → focuses images on the light-sensitive layer.
divided attention → voluntarily focusing on a specific sensory input.
blind spot → loss or impairment of the sense of smell.
kinesthetic sense → the senses of body movement and positioning.
trichromatic theory → says that there are 3 types of cones, each sensitive to either red, yellow, or blue...any other color is a combination of these 3.