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Psychology Chapter 5

carries visual information from the retina to the brain
light sensitive lining of the eye
height of a wave
things that are alike tend to be grouped together
middle ear ossicle
what happens when sensory information is detected by a sensory receptor
small indentation in the retina that contains cones
sensory cell for the olfactory system
fluid filled, snail shaped structure that contains the sensory receptor cells of the auditory system
lowest point of a wave
termperature perception
logarithmic unit of sound intensity
cue that requires only one eye
sensory signal indicating potential harm and maybe pain
cycles per second, measure of frequency
visible part of ear that protrudes from the head
one eared cue to localize sound
middle ear ossicle, also known as hammer
conversion from sensory stimulus energy at action potential
two eared cue to localize sound
cue that relies on the use of both eyes
point where we cannot respond to visual information in that portion of the visual field
transparent covering over eye
spinning sensation
partial or complete inability to hear
middle ear ossicle, also known as stirrup
specialized photoreceptor that works well in low light conditions
small opening of the eye through which light passes