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V=The two types of feature analysis are ___________ and ____________. A. feature detecting . . . feature complexity B. complex analysis . . . choice analysis C. change blindness . . . inattentional deafness D. bottom-up processing . . . top-down processing
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User: V=The two types of feature analysis are ___________ and ____________. A. feature detecting . . . feature complexity B. complex analysis . . . choice analysis C. change blindness . . . inattentional deafness D. bottom-up processing . . . top-down processing

Weegy: The two types of feature analysis are bottom-up processing and top-down processing.
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User: Which of the following correctly lists the structures through which kinesthetic stimuli travels after being converted into neural signals? A. thalamus, spinal cord, cerebellum, somatosensory cortex B. somatosensory cortex, cerebellum, thalamus, spinal cord C. spinal cord, thalamus, cerebellum, somatosensory cortex D. cerebellum, spinal cord, somatosensory cortex, thalamus

Weegy: Somatosensory cortex, thalamus, spinal cord - correctly lists the structures through which kinesthetic stimuli travels after being converted into neural signals.
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User: The adjustable opening in the center of the eye that helps control the amount of light entering the eye is called the __________. A. cornea B. fovea C. pupil D. iris

Weegy: The adjustable opening in the center of the eye that helps control the amount of light entering the eye is called the PUPIL.

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User: Research participants who were asked to choose the most attractive face between two pictures later failed to recognize that their choice had been switched with a different photo. This is an example of which type of inattentional blindness? A. choice deafness B. change deafness C. choice blindness D. change blindness

Weegy: Research participants who were asked to choose the most attractive face between two pictures later failed to recognize that their choice had been switched with a different photo. This is an example of choice blindness.
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User: The place theory of hearing is better than frequency theory at explaining pitch perception for __________ sounds. A. low frequency B. low and high frequency C. mid-range D. high frequency

Weegy: The place theory of hearing is better than frequency theory at explaining pitch perception for low frequency sounds.

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User: Which of the following terms is used to describe a process that occurs when still pictures are projected in rapid succession, creating the illusion of movement? A. interposition B. principle of continuity C. retinal disparity D. phi phenomenon

Weegy: "Phi phenomenon" is the term used to describe a process that occurs when still pictures are projected in rapid succession, creating the illusion of movement.

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User: Pain does all of the following things except __________. A. indicate potential danger in environment B. signal presence of injury in the body C. alert body to presence of disease D. warn the body about a natural disaster

Weegy: Pain does all of the following things except: warn the body about a natural disaster.
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User: Which of the following correctly lists the structures through which tactile stimuli travel after being converted into neural signals? A. spinal cord, somatosensory cortex, thalamus B. somatosensory cortex, thalamus, spinal cord C. thalamus, spinal cord, somatosensory cortex D. spinal cord, thalamus, somatosensory cortex

Weegy: Somatosensory cortex, thalamus, spinal cord - correctly lists the structures through which kinesthetic stimuli travels after being converted into neural signals.
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User: Negative experiences can lead individuals to perceive things or individuals in a biased way. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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Negative experiences can lead individuals to perceive things or individuals in a biased way. TRUE.
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Image by Jaci Lopes dos Santos What type of illusion is represented by the image? A. phi phenomenon B. color misperception C. impossible figure D. structural illusion
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Type of illusion is represented by the image:
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If you co-sign for a friend's credit card, what is the danger to you if your friend fails to pay: Your credit score might go down.


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