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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

28 Page
29 Mar 2018
Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Basilar Membrane, Cochlear Duct, Helicotrema

5 Page
25 Feb 2016
Sound waves move faster through denser spaces. The difference between the highest pressure area and the lowest pressure area in a wave is called the am
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 7: Perception of Colour

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter 1: Introduction to Perception

7 Page
22 Jan 2018
Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8 - breedlove: Endorphins, White Matter, Dynorphin

5 Page
25 Feb 2016
Sensory receptor organ : an organ (such as the eye or ear) specialized to receive particular stimuli. Stimulus : a physical eventhat triggers a sensory
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Acoustic Shadow, Cochlea, Sound Pressure

2 Page
22 Jan 2018
Auditory localization is the ability to tell where sound is coming from. The ability to separate one stream of sound from another is called auditory st
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 5: Electrophysiology of Vision

4 Page
20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: White Noise, Conductive Hearing Loss, Tonotopy

3 Page
25 Feb 2016
Threshold turning curve : a graph plotting the threshold of a neuron or fiber in response to sine waves with varying frequencies at the lowest intensit
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Brainstem, Cerebral Cortex, Lever Action

14 Page
22 Jan 2018
Unlike vision, which depends on light traveling from objects to the eye, sound travels around. The first step in understanding the perceptual process f
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 1: Introduction

3 Page
20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Vestibular System, Ampulla, Hair Cell

4 Page
25 Feb 2016
Interaural time difference (itd) : the difference in time between a sound arriving at one ear vs the other ear. Interaural level difference (ild) : dif
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Lateral Sulcus, Temporal Lobe, Bulbous Corpuscle

3 Page
25 Feb 2016
Doctrine of specific nerve energies : formulated by johannes. Muller, stating that the nature of a sensation depends on which sensory fibres are stimul
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
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PSYC 1010 Quiz: Copy of Chapter_15_Psychological_Disorders

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PSYC 1010 Quiz: Copy of Chapter_10_

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PSYC 1010 Quiz: Copy of Chapter_11_Human_Development_across_the_Life_Span

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PSYC 1010 Quiz: Copy of Chapter_11_Human_Development_across_the_Life_Span

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PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Absolute Threshold, Taste Bud, Sensory Memory

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PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Confounding, Psychological Testing, Meta-Analysis

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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 7: Perception of Colour

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 3: Auditory System (Part 2)

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 6: Perception of Movement

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 5: Electrophysiology of Vision

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 4: Vestibular System

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 2: Auditory System (Part 1)

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 1: Introduction

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter 1: Introduction to Perception

7 Page
22 Jan 2018
Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Brainstem, Cerebral Cortex, Lever Action

14 Page
22 Jan 2018
Unlike vision, which depends on light traveling from objects to the eye, sound travels around. The first step in understanding the perceptual process f
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Acoustic Shadow, Cochlea, Sound Pressure

2 Page
22 Jan 2018
Auditory localization is the ability to tell where sound is coming from. The ability to separate one stream of sound from another is called auditory st
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Vestibular System, Ampulla, Hair Cell

4 Page
25 Feb 2016
Interaural time difference (itd) : the difference in time between a sound arriving at one ear vs the other ear. Interaural level difference (ild) : dif
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Far-Sightedness, The Peripheral, Presbyopia

3 Page
25 Jan 2018
The distal stimulus is carried in light reflected from the object and into the eye. Stimuli trigger a process that ends up with perception as a result
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Basilar Membrane, Cochlear Duct, Helicotrema

5 Page
25 Feb 2016
Sound waves move faster through denser spaces. The difference between the highest pressure area and the lowest pressure area in a wave is called the am
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: White Noise, Conductive Hearing Loss, Tonotopy

3 Page
25 Feb 2016
Threshold turning curve : a graph plotting the threshold of a neuron or fiber in response to sine waves with varying frequencies at the lowest intensit
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Lateral Sulcus, Temporal Lobe, Bulbous Corpuscle

3 Page
25 Feb 2016
Doctrine of specific nerve energies : formulated by johannes. Muller, stating that the nature of a sensation depends on which sensory fibres are stimul
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YORKPSYC 3690Heather JordanWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8 - breedlove: Endorphins, White Matter, Dynorphin

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25 Feb 2016
Sensory receptor organ : an organ (such as the eye or ear) specialized to receive particular stimuli. Stimulus : a physical eventhat triggers a sensory
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PSYC 3690- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
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PSYC 3690 Lecture 7: Perception of Colour

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PSYC 3690 Lecture 3: Auditory System (Part 2)

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PSYC 3690 Lecture 6: Perception of Movement

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PSYC 3690 Lecture 4: Vestibular System

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PSYC 3690 Lecture 2: Auditory System (Part 1)

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PSYC 3690 Lecture 1: Introduction

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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter 1: Introduction to Perception

7 Page
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Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Brainstem, Cerebral Cortex, Lever Action

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22 Jan 2018
Unlike vision, which depends on light traveling from objects to the eye, sound travels around. The first step in understanding the perceptual process f
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

28 Page
29 Mar 2018
Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Far-Sightedness, The Peripheral, Presbyopia

3 Page
25 Jan 2018
The distal stimulus is carried in light reflected from the object and into the eye. Stimuli trigger a process that ends up with perception as a result
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter 1: Introduction to Perception

7 Page
22 Jan 2018
Eyes, which contain a light-sensitive chemical, to sense light; Ears, which are fitted with tiny vibrating hairs to sense pressure changes in the air;
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Brainstem, Cerebral Cortex, Lever Action

14 Page
22 Jan 2018
Unlike vision, which depends on light traveling from objects to the eye, sound travels around. The first step in understanding the perceptual process f
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Acoustic Shadow, Cochlea, Sound Pressure

2 Page
22 Jan 2018
Auditory localization is the ability to tell where sound is coming from. The ability to separate one stream of sound from another is called auditory st
View Document
YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 7: Perception of Colour

2 Page
20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 3: Auditory System (Part 2)

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 4: Vestibular System

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 6: Perception of Movement

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20 Feb 2017
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YORKPSYC 3690Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 3690 Lecture 2: Auditory System (Part 1)

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