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Question number: 1148

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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A white shirt reflects more light outdoors than in a dimly lit room; however, it is seen as being equally bright in both places. This demonstrates the role of ________ in perception.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

visual system limitations

b.

lightness constancy

c.

brightness parallax

d.

brightness constancy

Question number: 1149

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Moderate self-disclosure typically leads to

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Choice (4) Response
a.

romantic attraction.

b.

reciprocity.

c.

competence matching.

d.

rejection.

Question number: 1150

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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The approach to psychology that employs Darwinian concepts in research and testing is:

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Choice (4) Response
a.

cognitive psychology

b.

evolutionary psychology

c.

humanistic psychology

d.

psychoanalytic psychology

Question number: 1151

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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Experiments involving infants’ perception of 3-D figures, when combined with visual cliff data, suggest that

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Choice (4) Response
a.

neither innate mechanisms nor learning have much effect on depth perception.

b.

at least some level of depth perception is innate.

c.

depth perception is heavily dependent on skillful motor coordination.

d.

depth perception is almost entirely learned.

Question number: 1152

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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Which brain section controls bodily sensations such as touch, pressure, and temperature?

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Choice (4) Response
a.

Parietal lobe

b.

Occipital lobe

c.

Temporal lobe

d.

Frontal lobe

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