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1) When held at arms length, how large of an item do you think is needed to cover the moon when the moon is on the horizon?

A) a BB
B) a pea
C) a dime
D) a penny
F) a nickel
G) a quarter
H) a golf ball

2) The ability to perceive depth

A) is based solely on genetic predispositions.
B) is, in part, learned from world experiences.
C) is identical for all humans.
D) exists only in humans.

3) The retina is a two-dimensional surface and therefore can represent visual stimuli in only two dimensions. Which two dimensions does the retina easily represent?

A) Height and width.
B) Height and depth.
C) Depth and width.
D) It can represent any two of the three dimensions, depending on the environment.

4) When Billy flips a coin, it appears to be different shapes as it rotates in the air. Sometimes it looks like a circle, sometimes more oval, and, when flat, like a thin sliver. By using which perceptual rule does Billy know that although his perception of the penny's shape may change, it never actually changes shape?

A) Relative motion.
B) Figure and ground.
C) Continuity.
D) Constancy.

5) Based on our experiences, our brain understands that objects far away

A) appear larger than objects nearby.
B) appear brighter than objects nearby.
C) appear smaller than objects nearby.
D) appear coarser than objects nearby.

6) Perception involves the brain

A) ignoring cues in the environment when making judgments about size and depth.
B) reproducing exactly the visual stimuli encountered in the environment.
C) detecting the presence of visual stimuli.
D) interpreting visual stimuli based on experience in the real world.

7) The ability to view the world in three dimensions and to perceive distancea skill known as depth perceptionis largely a result of:

A) the principle of figure-ground.
B) the application of feature analysis.
C) binocular disparity.
D) distance alone.

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8) The tendency for the environment to be perceived as remaining the same even with changes in sensory input is called:

A) the constancy of expectation
B) perceptual affinity
C) perceptual expectation
D) perceptual constancy

9)What are visual illusions?

A) nerve cells in the visual system, anywhere from the retina back to the occipital lobe
B) physical stimuli that consistently produce errors in perception
C) a suppression of the overall output of cells that corresponds to specific regions in the visual field
D) the signaling of the presence of an edge in the visual field

10)Nerve cells in the visual system, anywhere from the retina back to the occipital lobe, are known as

A) visual neurons
B) visual illusions
C) lateral inhibitions
D) Hermann grids

11) What are lateral inhibitions?

A) nerve cells in the visual system, anywhere from the retina back to the occipital lobe
B) when there is high contrast in a visual scene, surrounding regions of white serve to suppress
the overall output of cells that correspond to specific regions in the visual field
C) physical stimuli that consistently produce errors in perception
D) processing that occurs in the brain, which effectively converts two-dimensional images into a three-dimensional percept

12) The information captured on our retinas is

A) convex in nature.
B) concave in nature.
C) three-dimensional in nature.
D) two-dimensional in nature.

13) The brain must effectively convert two-dimensional images into a three-dimensional percept so we can

A) get an enhancement effect caused by what is called lateral inhibition.
B) recreate physical stimuli that consistently produce errors in perception.
C) properly interact with and navigate our environment.
Dnone of these.

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