UNIT 6

PROGRESS CHECK ANSWER KEYS

MODULE 1
Progress Check 1
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1. a
2. b
3. a

Progress Check 2
1. b
2. c
3. d
4. receptors nerve fibers
central nervous system

MODULE 2
Progress Check 1
1. air
2. b,c
3. amplitude
4. a. middle ear
b. outer ear
c.inner ear

5. a, b,c
6. b
7. d
8. neurons
9. b

Progress Check 2
1. compression, expansion
2. a
3. amplitude or loudness
4. middle ear or ossicles
5. organ of Corti
6. to collect sound waves
7. basilar membrane of the cochlea
8. Frequencies are represented by successive firing (volleys) of different groups of neurons.

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MODULE 3
Progress Check 1

1. b
2. a, c
3. a, c, d
4. 1) b, d
2) a,c
5. b,d
6. a

Progress Check 2
1. c,d
2. cones
3. retina
4. b,d
5. a
6. 1) a
2) c,d
3) b

MODULE 4
Progress Check 1

1. smell, taste
2. a,d
3. b, c
4. sweet
sour
salt
bitter

5. 1)a, b, c
2) a,b,c
3) d

6. muscles, tendons, joints

Progress Check 2
1. a
2. 1) d
2) c
3) e
3. roof
4. a,b,c,e
5. pressure, pain, temperature
6. kinesthesis

MODULE 5
Progress Check 1

1. complexity
2. a,b
3. Because both involve the central and the peripheral
mechanisms.
4. learning variables and physiological variables
5. discrimination
6. Because they couldn't tell the experimenter what they perceived, or understand verbal instructions.
7. b,c
8. c

Progress Check 2
1. perception

2. a. the kind of phenomena it deals with
b.where it finds the explanation of the phenomena
3. c
4. a,b
5. learning
6. Animals cannot tell us what they perceive.
7. Provide discrimination training through operant techniques.

MODULE 6
Progress Check 1

1. shape constancy
2. b
3. b
4. b, c
5. physiological, binocular
6. accommodation
7. Color constancy is the tendency to perceive an object as of the same color regardless of illumination.

Progress Check 2

1. a. relative size
b. aerial perspective
c. interposition
2. b,c
3. Physiological cues depend on the structure and movement of the eye; psychological cues depend only on the visual image on the retina.

4. size constancy
5. c,d
6. (Any three of the following)
interposition relative size
relative height aerial
perspective linear
perspective relative
movement
7. Brightness constancy is the tendency to perceive an object as of the same brightness regardless of light and shadow.

MODULE 7
Progress Check 1


1. a
2. Any place, so that it reaches both ears at onceÄthe median plane
3. When the sound is closer to one ear than the other
4. a,b,c

Progress Check 2
1. b,c
2. plane of confusion
3. a,d
4. b,c

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MODULE 6
Progress Check 1

1. a,c
2. a,b
3. closure
4. proximity
5. similarity
6. illusion (or optical illusion)
7. eye pursuit
kinesthetic movements
8. phi phenomenon

Progress Check 2

1. identifying and explaining natural units of perception of forms, configurations, and wholes
2. b
3. a
4. b
5. similarity, proximity, closure
6. a, b
7. when observations made with a physical instrument differ from those made without the instrument
8. for experimenting with apparent movement

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