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5. The belief that objects in the physical world do not change due to alterations in the perception of the environment, and they maintain their size, shape, color, and brightness refers to
______________. a. Phi Phenomenon b. Motion Parallax c. Depth Perception d. Constancy
My answer is D. Constancy.
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User: 5. The belief that objects in the physical world do not change due to alterations in the perception of the environment, and they maintain their size, shape, color, and brightness refers to ______________. a. Phi Phenomenon b. Motion Parallax c. Depth Perception d. Constancy

Weegy: My answer is D. Constancy.
mark.emilio@ymail.com|Points 51|

User: 6. The proposition that sleep is needed in order to regenerate our bodies and maintain mental and physical activities is part of the ___________ theory of sleep. a. Adaptive b. Restorative c. REM d. Parasomnia

Weegy: c. REM
stephen23|Points 30|

User: 7. Our bodies tend to operate on a general 24-hour cycle called a _____________, which is regulated by the hypothalamus. a. Sleep Spindle b. Circadian Rhythm c. Light/Dark Cycle d. Selective Attention

Weegy: Our bodies tend to operate on a general 24-hour cycle called b. a circadian rhythm, which is regulated by the hypothalamus. causes-of-night-fever-why-its-higher-later
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User: 8. A person who experiences momentary wakefulness in the middle of the night due to a disruption in his or her breathing pattern may suffer from _____________. a. Insomnia b. Narcolepsy c. Cataplexy d. Sleep Apnea

Weegy: . A person who experiences momentary wakefulness in the middle of the night due to a disruption in his or her breathing pattern may suffer from _____________. ANSWER:d. Sleep Apnea source:
Luzvi|Points 70|

User: 9. Sarah was seen smoking a substance at a party. She reported feeling euphoric and had increased energy. Through the course of the night she became irritable and was very nervous. The substance that she most likely was smoking was ______________. a. Methamphetamine b. Cocaine c. Marijuana d. Heroin

Weegy: The substance that she most likely was smoking was b. cocaine.
AmberB|Points 75|

User: 10. Studies suggest that most people’s dreams consist mainly of general thoughts or events about their day, which is referred to as ________________. a. Consolidation b. Manifest Content c. Sleepthink d. Hypnosis

Weegy: Studies suggest that most people s dreams consist mainly of general thoughts or events about their day, which is referred to as b. Manifest Content
drop3v8|Points 175|

User: 4. The principles of similarity, proximity, continuity, and closure are examples of ______________. a. Binocular cues b. Convergence c. Laws of Perceptual Grouping d. Impossible Figures

Weegy: The principles of similarity, proximity, continuity, and closure are examples of c. Laws of Perceptual Grouping.
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User: 3. Sensory cells located on the retina that receive incoming visual stimuli are ___________. a. Rods and Cones b. Fovea c. Ganglion Cells d. Blind Spot

Weegy: Sensory cells located on the retina that receive incoming visual stimuli are _c. Ganglion Cells.
silvencio|Points 171|

User: 2. _____________ refers to the smallest change in sensation that can be detected at least 50% of the time. a. Adaptation b. Weber’s Law c. Difference Threshold d. Absolute Threshold

Weegy: 5. My answer is letter D. Constancy,,6. Letter C. REM,, 7. [ B,,8 letter D,,sleep apnea,,9.Letter B,cocaine,,10.B.Manifest content,, 4.letter C,,Laws of perceptual grouping,,3.answer is letter C,ganglion cells 2.answer is letter C,,difference threshold. ]
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