Suppose you are looking at a globe of the world. Although the ____________ is a sphere, you'd expect the ____________ to be a circle.
When you first walked into a room, you were overwhelmed by the smell of someone's perfume. Over time, you become less aware of the smell. This is an example of
A psychometric function.
The conversion of one form of physical energy into another is called
If you walk into a room that has very low illumination, your ____________ are likely to contribute more than your ____________ to your visual experience.
Rods; amacrine cells
Horizontal cells; rods
Which of these pairs does not play a role in opponent-process theory?
Red vs. green
White vs. black
Yellow vs. blue
Blue vs. green
In a study of physical and social pain, researchers demonstrated that people's brains responded
More strongly for physical pain.
More strongly for social pain.
In the same areas for both types of pain.
In different areas for the two types of pain.
When Shirley walks into a party, she looks around the room to find her husband Paul. This is an example of
Tomas owns a ring with a very small gap in it. The law of ____________ explains why most people perceive his ring to be intact.
While engaging in stimulated driving, Michael had a conversation on a hands-free cell phone. Based on experimental evidence, you predict that Michael
Would behave differently if he were driving a real car out on the road.
Would pay more attention to the visual environment than to his conversation.
Failed to attend to objects in the visual environment.
Failed to look at objects in the visual environment.
Just as Chris says, "I love you," a truck sounds its horn. Although the horn covered the l sound in love, Pat still perceives love as intact. This is an example of