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Question 1

Sensation, Attention & Perception

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In class, Ben is completely focused on the professor՚s words, though there are noises and distractions all around him. This is best explained by

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Sensory motivation

b.

sensory deprivation

c.

sensory adaptation

d.

selective attention

Question 2

Sensation, Attention & Perception

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The perception of hue depends primarily on

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Choice (4)Response

a.

wavelength

b.

intensity of saturation

c.

firing frequency of nerves

d.

optic chiasm

Question 3

Sensation, Attention & Perception

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MCQ▾

The Romberg Test is otherwise known as the

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

apparent motion test.

b.

walking-running-skipping test.

c.

nose-finger-nose test.

d.

standing still test.

Question 4

Sensation, Attention & Perception

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In a laboratory experiment, subjects wear headphones and are tested individually. Each of 500 subjects is presented first with a light and then possibly with a low-intensity tone in the earphones. Subjects are instructed to push a button if they hear a tone. Subjects are rewarded with $ 10 for each hit. In 500 trials, 200 times a tone was presented, and 300 times a tone was not presented. One hundred and ninety tones were detected. Also, the button was pressed 270 times in response to no tone.

Which of the following describes the subjects overall performance?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

10 misses and 30 correct rejections

b.

280 misses

c.

460 hits

d.

190 hits and 270 misses

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