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Dittell, Jenny
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Introductory Sociology
Dr. McIntyre

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Introductory Sociology
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Date Created: 02/09/15
PSYCHOLOGY 1053 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE Sensann Transduction Perception What are the 7 Major senses Vision Anatomy of eye Cornea Pupil Iris ReUna Fovea Optic Disk Optic Nerve Vision Receptors Rods how many per eye Cones how many per eye Explain Visual Transduction Explain Auditory Transduction Loudness Pitch Ear Anatomy Outer Ear Pinna Ea rdrum Middle Ear Hammer Anvil Stirrup Oval window Inner Ear Cochlea Basilar Membrane Hair Cells Know the order of each part of the ear and how it plays a role in transduction Olfaction Olfactory Receptor Cells Olfactory Nerves Explain Olfactory Transduction Gustation Taste buds Explain Gustation Transduction What are the speci c feature detections that the tactile sense is specialized in Pacinian Corpuscles Explain Tactile Transduction Kinesthetic Sense and location of proprioceptors Vestibular Sense and where it is based in the body Pain Nociceptors Identify the two types of pain systems Explain the Pathways for the two ber types Hearing an Balance Locate the semicircular canal On the lights spectrum what is the normal human lightspan Know the Optic Chiasm and its relevance What are the two chemical senses


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