Sensation & Perception (AP Psychology): Questions 33 - 38 of 180

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Question number: 33

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Adaptations » Hearing

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Which of the following statements is correct?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Sound waves first reach oval window, then pinna and finally eardrum.

b.

Sound waves reach the pinna first, then the cochlea, then the ear drum.

c.

Sound waves reach the pinna first, then the eardrum, then the oval window.

d.

Sound waves reach the hammer first, then the cochlea, then the pinna.

Question number: 34

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Adaptations » Hearing

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In the human auditory system, which of the following characteristics would result in the loudest volume?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

lower amplitude

b.

lower frequency

c.

higher frequency

d.

higher amplitude

Question number: 35

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Mechanics

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The concept of adaptation level was introduced by:

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Wundt

b.

Kohler

c.

Helson

d.

Brown

Question number: 36

» Sensation & Perception » Perceptual Processes » Interpretation

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The theory which suggests that people learn attitude by observing their own behavior is:

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Unconditioned response

b.

Self-perception

c.

Conditioned stimuli

d.

Operant conditioning

Question number: 37

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Adaptations » Vision

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

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Volume

b.

Hue

c.

Tone

d.

Saturation

Question number: 38

» Sensation & Perception » Thresholds

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Weber’s law refers to

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

the relationship between color perception and specific cone cells.

b.

two stimuli having same percent.

c.

strong smells becoming almost unnoticeable.

d.

two stimuli differing by the same percentage in order to be perceived as different.

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