Sensation & Perception (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 67 - 71 of 183

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Question number: 67

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Adaptations » Vision

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The degree of concentration or dilution of color is known as its:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Volume

b.

Quantity

c.

Hue

d.

Saturation

e.

Brightness

Question number: 68

» Sensation & Perception » Perceptual Processes » Interpretation

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A “guess” about what a sensation represents that is held until more information is available is referred to as a

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

perceptual hypothesis.

b.

perceptual closure.

c.

selective perception.

d.

cognitive style.

e.

sensory hypothesis.

Question number: 69

» Sensation & Perception » Perceptual Processes » Interpretation

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As we get older, our senses actually “fuse” together, and we lose the ability to focus on isolated pieces of sensory information. For example, an adult would perceive a big, barking dog as a single entity; a six-year-old would treat the big dog and the frightening barks as two independent sensory events.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Continuous and unbroken

b.

Better structured

c.

Better localized

d.

Broken and discontinuous

e.

More salient in attention

Question number: 70

» Sensation & Perception » Perceptual Processes » Organization

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To perceive the size of an object remaining the same even though the retinal image changes is called

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

psychophysics.

b.

depth perception.

c.

size constancy.

d.

perceptual closure.

e.

retinal disparity.

Question number: 71

» Sensation & Perception » Perceptual Processes » Organization

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The binocular cue of convergence occurs

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

just as easily in a person with only one eye.

b.

when trying to focus on an object less than 50 feet in distance.

c.

when the lens in each eye bends or bulges to focus on nearby objects.

d.

because the eyes are about 2.5 inches apart.

e.

because the eyes are about 3 inches apart.

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