PSYC 304 Midterm Exam Week 4 – Question with Answers


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PSYC 304 Midterm Exam – Question and Answers

  1. Tong used binocular rivalry to test brain response when the person perceived a house or a face. When the person perceived the house, activity in the increased.
  2. Kamitani and Tong’s orientation decorder was able to correctly predict what orientation a person was loooking at on % of the trials.
  3. One aspect of the visual system that helps us achieve selective attention is
  4. The incidence of change blindness when a cue is added to the scene that indicates which part of the scene has changed.
  5. According to feature integration theory, the color, orientation, and other features of objects are initially processed in the
  6. The is activated in observers without brain damage when performing conjunction visual searches.
  7. The movement of elements in the environment relative to the observer is called
  8. Mirror neurons
  9. The perceptual grouping of lights in biological motion has been shown physiologically to occur in the area of the cortex.
  10. Our ability to perceive movement when reading “message boards” used in advertising is based on
  11. Camouflage can be interpreted as a problem of
  12. MST neurons that respond to flow
  13. Brian looks at the moon and some clouds at night. He perceives the moon moving through the clouds. This is an example of
  14. The is demonstrated when you look through a circle you make with your fingers, and move a pencil either horizontally or diagonally behind your fingers.
  15. is a technique that has been used to temporarily disturb brain area functioning in humans.
  16. Visual form agnosia is a problem of the step of the perceptual process.
  17. Trying to find your friend’s face in a crowd is related to the method of
  18. To double the perceived brightness of a light, you need to multiply the physical intensity of the light by about 9. This is an example of response
  19. is necessary for the neural transmission and processing of information.
  20. According to Land and Lee, drivers look when driving on straight road.