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1. Tootell et al. (1995) asked people to watch series of concentric rings moving outwards. When the rings suddenly stopped moving, participants recorded seeing

  • Waves of movement; outward and inward
  • Continued movement in an inward direction
  • No movement at all
  • Continued movement in an outward direction
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2. It is possible to create the illusion of movement by alternately turning on and off two small lights in a darkened room. This apparent movement of the light between two positions is called the

  • Phi phenomenon
  • Sine wave
  • Photon propinquity effect
  • Epsilon factor

3. According to Baddeley, the capacity of the phonological loop is determined by how much information an individual can rehearse in______

  • 30 seconds
  • 1 minute
  • 2 seconds
  • 10 seconds

4. The Gestalt principle which states that elements that are positioned closely together as a group will be perceived as belonging together is the ______ principle

  • Closure
  • Propinquity
  • Proximity
  • Continuity

5. The chemosenses are our senses of

  • Sight and smell
  • Taste and smell
  • Hearing and sight
  • Hearing and touch


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