Cognition Exploring The Science Of The Mind 6th Edition By Daniel Reisberg – Test Bank Chapter 03: Visual Perception MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. If visual information conflicts with other information, we usually ANS: A DIF: Easy REF: The Visual System OBJ: 3.1 MSC: Understanding 2. The importance of vision for humans is reflected in the ANS: D DIF: Moderate REF: The Visual System OBJ: 3.1 MSC: Analyzing 3. The is the part of the eye involved in transducing light energy into neural energy. a. trust the visual input. b. distrust the visual input, as our eyes can play tricks on us. c. trust input from other senses, like auditory input. d. become confused and give up. a. close proximity of the eyes to the visual cortex. b. inability of brain damage to disrupt the visual system. c. lack of a “blind spot” in humans. d. relative size of the visual cortex. a. lens c. pupil ANS: D DIF: Easy REF: The Photoreceptors OBJ: 3.1 MSC: Remembering 4. Which of the following would NOT be considered part of the fovea? ANS: B DIF: Moderate REF: The Photoreceptors OBJ: 3.1 MSC: Remembering 5. Which of the following statements does NOT illustrate the difference between rods and cones? ANS: C DIF: Moderate REF: The Photoreceptors OBJ: 3.1 MSC: Analyzing 6. __ are located primarily in the fovea, while __ are located primarily in the periphery. ANS: A DIF: Easy REF: The Photoreceptors b. cornea d. retina a. a cluster of cones in the center of the retina b. the area of the retina found far out in the periphery c. the region of the retina with the greatest acuity d. the area of the retina on which we place a target image in order to seeread more
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