5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Muller-Lyer Illusion
- frequency theory
- a the study of extranormal psychological events, such as extrasensory perception.
- b colored circular muscle that controls the amount of light entering the eye.
- c visual receptors for dim light that produce only black and white sensations.
- d two equal-length lines tipped with inward or outward pointing V's appear to be of different lengths.
- e says that tones up to 4000 hertz are converted to nerve impulses that match the frequency of each tone.
5 Multiple choice questions
- information arriving from the sense organs creates this.
- proposes that pain messages pass through neural "gates" in the spinal cord.
- the light-sensitive layer of cells at the back of the eye.
- says that higher and lower tones excite specific areas of the cochlea.
- sensations produced by the skin, muscles, joints, viscera, and organ of balance.
5 True/False questions
extrasensory perception → the purported ability to perceive events in ways that cannot be explained by known capacities of the sensory organs.
frame of reference → internal standards for judging stimuli.
perceptual learning → a readiness to perceive in a particular manner, induced by strong expectations.
accommodation → when eye has more than one focal point, parts of vision are blurry.
stroboscopic movement → illusion of movement in which an object is shown in rapidly changing series of positions.