CHAPTER 4 - SENSATION & PERCEPTION - EXAM
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1. While ____ involves the stimulation of sense organs, ____ involves the selection, organization, and
interpretation of sensory input.
a. sensation; perception
b. activation; perception
c. perception; sensation
d. activation; sensation
2. Weber’s law states that the size of ____ is a constant proportion of the size of the initial stimulus.
a. a subliminal difference
b. a novel difference
c. a just noticeable difference
d. an absolute difference
3. Light, the stimulus for vision, is
a. a form of electromagnetic energy
b. a form of chemical energy
c. the result of vibrations of molecules
d. a form of mechanical energy
4. A red light, green light, and blue light differ in
a. amplitude
b. wavelength
c. complexity
d. purity
5. Light first enters the eye through a transparent structure on the surface of the eye called the
a. cornea
b. retina
c. lens
d. pupil
6. The process in which the lens adjusts its shape depending on the distance between the eye and the object
viewed in order to project a clear image onto the retina is
a. constriction
b. accommodation
c. focusing
d. dilation
7. The structure of the eye that absorbs light, processes images and sends visual information to the brain is the
a. rods and cones
b. retina
c. fovea
d. lens
8. The fovea is the area of the retina where ____ is best in large part because the fovea contains only ____.
a. visual acuity; rods
b. visual acuity; cones
c. peripheral vision; cones
d. peripheral vision; rods
9. Neurons that respond selectively to very specific features of more complex stimuli are
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a. perception detectors
b. selective detectors
c. feature detectors
d. appearance detectors
The process of detecting specific elements in visual input and assembling them into a more complex form is
a. sensation
b. accommodation
c. feature detection
d. feature analysis
The basic assumption of Gestalt psychology is that
a. our perception has a preference for complex forms over simple forms
b. our perception of form has a preference for stationary objects over moving objects
c. there is a one-to-one correspondence between sensory input and perception
d. our perception of a "whole" may have qualities that do not exist in any of the parts
When your psychology professor is lecturing to your class, your professor can tell which students are sitting
in the first, second, third, etc., row, in part because students in the closer rows appear to have more distinct or
clearer facial feature than students in more distant rows. This illustrates the depth perception cue of
a. texture gradient
b. interposition
c. linear perspective
d. relative size
The main function of the middle ear is to
a. amplify sounds
b. collect sounds
c. conduct sounds
d. convert sounds into neural impulses
Which of the following is not a structure of the inner ear?
a. oval window
b. cochlea
c. eardrum
d. basilar membrane
The fluid-filled tunnel that contains the receptors for hearing is the
a. cochlea
b. middle ear
c. basilar membrane
d. ossicles
The correct order that auditory information travels as sounds enter the ear is from the auditory canal to
a. eardrum - oval window - ossicles - cochlea
b. cochlea - ossicles - oval window - eardrum
c. eardrum - ossicles - oval window - cochlea
d. cochlea - oval window - ossicles - eardrum
Our perception of the flavor of food is dependent on
a. the sense of smell only
b. the sense of taste only
c. either the sense of smell or taste
d. both the senses of smell and taste
The only sensory system that does not send information to the thalamus before it is sent to the cortex is
a. smell
b. taste
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c. vision
d. hearing
Pain messages transmitted to the brain through the fast pathway are associated with ____, while messages
transmitted through the slow pathway are associated with ____.
a. a longer-lasting aching pain; sharp pain
b. external; internal
c. sharp pain; a longer-lasting aching pain
d. internal; external
The gate-control theory suggests that incoming pain sensations may be blocked at the
a. location of the injury
b. cortex
c. spinal cord
d. thalamus
The kinesthetic system
a. responds to gravity and keeps you informed of your body’s location in space
b. monitors the internal temperature of the body
c. monitors the positions of the various parts of the body
d. responds to painful stimuli
The sensory system that responds to gravity and keeps you informed of your body’s location in space is the
a. kinesthetic system
b. gustatory system
c. vestibular system
d. perceptual system
The semicircular canals in the inner ear are part of the
a. auditory system
b. kinesthetic system
c. olfactory system
d. vestibular system
____ psychologists are concerned with changes in behavior throughout the life span.
a. Developmental
b. Personality
c. Social
d. Cognitive
An area of specialization in applied psychology that is primarily involved in the treatment of less severe
problems of everyday life (such as marriage counseling) is
a. social psychology
b. counseling psychology
c. clinical psychology
d. cognitive psychology
A researcher is investigating the effect of high room temperature on aggressive behavior in preschoolers. Half
of the children are in a classroom where the temperature is a warm 88 degrees and half are in a classroom
where the temperature is a normal 77 degrees. The researcher measures the number of hitting incidents that
occur in each classroom. In this study the children in the warm classroom are the
a. primary group
b. secondary group
c. experimental group
d. control group
Variables, other than the independent variable, that seem likely to influence the behavior of subjects in a study
are called
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a. control variables
b. dependent variables
c. extraneous variables
d. random variables
A disadvantage or limitation of the experimental research method is
a. because of practical or ethical reasons it cannot be used to study some research questions
b. it does not allow for conclusions concerning cause and effect relationships
c. it does not allow for a description of behavior
d. the researcher has little control over the situation
In the case study method the researcher
a. uses questionnaires or interviews to gather information about specific aspects of
participants' behavior
b. engages in careful observation of behavior without intervening directly with subjects
c. manipulates a variable under carefully controlled conditions
d. conducts an in-depth investigation of an individual subject
In the survey method the researcher
a. uses questionnaires or interviews to gather information about specific aspects of
participants' behavior
b. engages in careful observation of behavior without intervening directly with subjects
c. manipulates a variable under carefully controlled conditions
d. conducts an in-depth investigation of an individual subject
How much the scores in a data set vary from each other and from the mean refers to the concept of
a. correlation
b. central tendency
c. variability
d. standard deviation
Which of the following correlation coefficients indicates the strongest relationship between two variables?
a. -1.51
b. -.80
c. 0
d. +.50
Which of the following is not included in the ethical guidelines for human participants in psychological
research?
a. Participants should not be subjected to harmful or dangerous treatments.
b. Participants should be paid for their participation.
c. Participants’ right to privacy should not be compromised.
d. Participants should volunteer to participate.
Terminal buttons are located
a. in the synaptic cleft
b. on the soma
c. at the end of dendrites
d. at the end of axons
The reticular formation is involved in
a. coordinating bodily movements and balance
b. relaying information between the brainstem and cerebellum
c. relaying sensory information to the cerebral cortex
d. the regulation of sleep and wakefulness and contributes to arousal
The hypothalamus influences or regulates all of the following except
a. the autonomic nervous system
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b. the endocrine system
c. memory
d. feeding
Following split-brain surgery an individual would have difficulty naming an object that he briefly saw in the
left visual field because while the ____ hemisphere "saw" the object, naming tasks are under the control of the
____ hemisphere.
a. right; left
b. left; right
c. dominant; nondominant
d. nondominant; dominant
Imagine that you have stumbled across a secret laboratory where an evil scientist is conducting unauthorized
brain research. By altering brain structures he has created superheroes that have specialized powers or
abilities. One of these superheroes is absolutely fearless and willing to undertake extremely dangerous
missions. In this case, the brain structure that the scientist most likely altered would be
a. the medulla
b. the cerebellum
c. the midbrain
d. the amygdala
Ryan is hooked up to an electroencephalograph (EEG) in a sleep lab. As the researcher watches the printout
from the EEG, sleep spindles begin to appear. Based on this information, the researcher can conclude that
Ryan
a. is currently in REM sleep
b. has just entered Stage 2 sleep
c. has just entered Stage 1 sleep
d. is still awake, but is relaxed and drowsy
The stage of sleep in which the slowest brain waves occur is
a. stage 1
b. stage 2
c. REM
d. stage 4
Bailey is hooked up to an electroencephalograph (EEG) in a sleep lab. She has been asleep for just over an
hour now, and her EEG is showing low amplitude, irregular brain wave patterns. Her breathing and pulse rate
are irregular, and her eyes are darting back and forth beneath her closed eyelids. The researcher who is
monitoring Bailey's sleep can conclude that Bailey
a. has just entered REM sleep
b. has just entered Stage 4 sleep
c. is experiencing sleep anoxia and needs immediate medical attention
d. suffers from a sleep disorder
Nathaniel's wife cannot sleep through the night. She claims that her husband seems to stop breathing in his
sleep and then suddenly jerks awake, gasping for breath. This not only disturbs his sleep, it also awakens her.
It is likely that Nathaniel
a. has narcolepsy
b. is experiencing night terrors
c. has sleep apnea
d. has developed pseudoinsomnia
Drugs such as morphine and heroin that are capable of relieving pain are know as
a. sedatives
b. hallucinogens
c. narcotics
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d. MDMA
Technically, your absolute threshold is the point which you can detect
a. a stimulus 50 percent of the time
b. a stimulus 75 percent of the time
c. any stimulus set point
d. any stimulus that registers on sensory memory
According to psychologists, the minimum stimulus intensity of any sensory input that an organism can detect
is
a. it's sensory memory
b. subject to sensory adaptation
c. the absolute threshold
d. the just noticeable difference (JND)
Research into absolute thresholds has found that
a. there is a fixed point where the probability of detecting a stimulus jumps from 0% to
100%
b. absolute thresholds vary between 25% detection rates and 75% detection rates, depending
on the individual
c. there are significant cross-cultural differences in absolute thresholds for light and sound
d. the chances of detecting a stimulus increase as the stimulus intensity increases
According to psychologists, the smallest difference in stimulus intensity that a specific sense can detect is
a. it's sensory memory
b. subject to sensory adaptation
c. the absolute threshold
d. the just noticeable difference (JND)
According to ____, the ability to detect a stimulus depends not only on the intensity of the stimulus but also
on other variables such as the level of noise in the system and your expectations.
a. Weber's Law
b. Gustav Fechner
c. signal detection theory
d. subliminal perception
The fact that your criterion for "hearing" mysterious noises at night may change after a rash of burglaries in
your neighborhood can best be explained by
a. Weber's law
b. Fechner's law
c. sensory adaptation
d. signal-detection theory
A person living near an industrial plant that produces a foul smelling smoke will not notice it after a while
because of
a. perceptual assimilation
b. adjusting just noticeable differences
c. sensory adaptation
d. perceptual invariance
The wavelength of light mainly affects our perception of
a. color
b. brightness
c. saturation
d. light purity
The process in which the lens adjusts its shape to project a clear image on the retina depending on the distance
between the eye and the object being viewed is called
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a. adaptation
b. transduction
c. accommodation
d. lateral antagonism
The purity of a wavelength of light corresponds to the perception of
a. hue
b. saturation
c. brightness
d. color constancies
The lens in the eye
a. converts light energy into neural energy
b. controls the amount of light entering the eye
c. bends entering light rays and focuses them onto the retina
d. is the part of the eye that gives it its color
The structure that controls the size of the pupil is the
a. lens
b. iris
c. cornea
d. vitreous humor
The amount of light entering the eye is regulated by changes in the size of the
a. pupil
b. lens
c. cornea
d. retina
The correct sequence of eye structures that light passes through en route to the retina is
a. pupil, lens, cornea, iris
b. cornea, pupil, lens
c. cornea, iris, pupil, lens
d. lens, pupil, cornea
The optic disk is
a. where the optic nerve exits the retina
b. the brain structure responsible for the merging of visual fields from both eyes
c. where light enters the eye
d. another term for the lens
The blind spot in the eye is
a. where photoreceptor cells do not "bleach"
b. the point at which ganglion cells synapse with bipolar cells
c. where the optic nerve exits the back of the eye
d. what leads to color blindness
Night and peripheral vision depend mainly on ____, while daylight and acute vision depend mainly on ____.
a. rod cells; cone cells
b. cone cells; rod cells
c. rod cells; bipolar cells
d. bipolar cells; cone cells
Why is it easier to detect a faint star at night if you look to the side of the star?
a. You are focusing on your fovea where there are more cones.
b. You are focusing the star on your fovea where there are more rods.
c. You are not focusing the star on your fovea, so can rely on your cones and thus can see the
star better.
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d. You are focusing the star in the periphery of your retina where your rods predominate.
The primary visual cortex is located in the
a. occipital lobes
b. temporal lobes
c. parietal lobes
d. frontal lobes
Cells in the visual cortex that respond selectively to specific features of complex stimuli are called
a. ganglion cells
b. feature detectors
c. selective detectors
d. hypocomplex cells
While finger painting, Chris mixed yellow paint and blue paint and ended up with green, an example of
a. trichromatic theory
b. additive color mixing
c. subtractive color mixing
d. multiplicative color mixing
At the musical he attended over the weekend, Andrew noticed that whenever the red and green spotlights
overlapped, they seemed to change to a yellow spotlight. This can be explained using the principles of
a. additive color mixing
b. subtractive color mixing
c. hypercomplex feature detection
d. opponent-processing of colors
Television sets are able to recreate the entire visible spectrum by additively mixing three primary colors. This
process is similar to the view of human color vision called
a. opponent-process theory
b. saturation theory
c. complementary color theory
d. trichromatic theory
Hering's opponent-process theory suggests that receptors are linked antagonistically in pairs. His opposed
pairs were
a. red-yellow; blue-green; black-white
b. red-green; yellow-blue; black-white
c. red-black; yellow-white; green-blue
d. yellow-green; red-blue; black-white
After having your picture taken with a yellow flash, you momentarily see blue spots floating before your
eyes. This phenomenon is best explained by
a. subtractive color mixing
b. opponent process theory
c. additive color mixing
d. trichromatic theory
The best description of the current view of the way in which color is coded in the visual system would be that
color coding begins with
a. a trichromatic process and then switches to an opponent process
b. rods and then switches to cones
c. cones and then switches to rods
d. an opponent process and then switches to a trichromatic process
A perceptual set implies that
a. people often see what they expect to see
b. visual perception is based on a bottom-up processing strategy
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c. feature analysis is a "hard-wired" process
d. the focused-attention stage of processing is often overridden by preattentive processes
Vanessa describes a new melody that she heard at a concert by telling you each of the individual notes, in the
order that they were played. In providing this type of description, it appears that Vanessa processed the
melody using
a. top-down processing
b. figure-ground processing
c. opponent-processes
d. bottom-up processing
The successive blinking on and off of the lights on the neon sign gave the impression of beer filling a glass.
This illusion of motion is the
a. phi phenomenon
b. constancy principle
c. common-fate principle
d. motion parallax effect
It is difficult to see a chameleon that has blended in with its background because
a. of the principle of common fate
b. we cannot easily distinguish between figure and ground
c. of the perceptual principle of shape constancy
d. of the illusion of relative size
Natalie sat on her porch looking out at the field of soybeans. The fact that Natalie perceived the soybean
plants as being grouped into a series of separate rows is consistent with the Gestalt principle of
a. closure
b. simplicity
c. proximity
d. similarity
When Justin looked up at the night sky, he perceived the three stars that make up the belt in the constellation
Orion as a single complete figure, rather than as individual stars. Justin's perception of the night sky illustrates
the Gestalt principle of
a. proximity
b. closure
c. similarity
d. figure-ground
Blake was at a football game, and even though people wearing green jackets were spread fairly evenly
throughout the stands, he still perceived all the people in green jackets as a single group of visiting fans.
Blake's perception is most consistent with the Gestalt principle of
a. proximity
b. similarity
c. closure
d. simplicity
Christina was skiing down an intermediate run when the run broke into two separate trails. One trail turned
off at a 90-degree angle; the second trail appeared to continue in the same general direction she had been
headed. If Christina takes the second trail her actions would be consistent with the Gestalt principle of
a. continuity
b. closure
c. proximity
d. common region
Our ability to see three dimensions based on having only a two-dimensional retina is known as
a. depth perception
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b. sensory accommodation
c. visual acuity
d. rod-cone refractance
As the large butterfly flew toward Richard, he could tell it was getting closer because he could feel his eyes
turning inward toward his nose as he watched it. In this instance, Richard was able to judge how far away the
butterfly was using the depth cue of
a. convergence
b. binocular disparity
c. accommodation
d. relative size
The binocular depth cue that relies on the fact that objects within 25 feet project images to slightly different
locations on the right and left retinas, so that the right and left eyes see slightly different views of the object is
known as
a. convergence
b. retinal disparity
c. accommodation
d. relative size
Images that occupy more space on your retina are seen as nearer relative to images that occupy less space.
This is a cue to depth perception known as
a. accommodation
b. foveal disparity
c. phrenetic search
d. relative size
The perception of timbre corresponds to a sound wave's
a. pitch
b. panache
c. amplitude
d. purity
The structure of the ear that transduces sound vibrations into nerve impulses is the
a. cochlea
b. oval window
c. temporal lobe
d. stirrup
The correct order in which a sound stimulates the structures in the ear is
a. eardrum, oval window, ossicles, cochlea
b. oval window, ossicles, eardrum, cochlea
c. cochlea, oval window, eardrum, ossicles
d. eardrum, ossicles, oval window, cochlea
The retina is to the eye as the
a. eardrum is to the ear
b. ossicles are to the ear
c. pinna is to the ear
d. cochlea is to the ear
The function of the middle ear is to
a. convert sound into neural energy
b. amplify the sound
c. collect and funnel the sound
d. aid in maintenance of balance
The actual, direct receptors for hearing are the
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b. cochleas
c. hair cells
d. basilar cells
Which of the following best describes how we hear according to place theory?
a. Different sound frequencies vibrate different portions of the basilar membrane, producing
different pitches.
b. Our perception of pitch corresponds to the rate or frequency at which the entire basilar
membrane vibrates.
c. We perceive differences in pitch according to the number of hair cells that vibrate at any
one time.
d. Different sound frequencies affect the intensity with which the eardrum vibrates,
producing different pitches.
According to place theory, the ability to hear pitch corresponds to
a. specific hair cells being stimulated along the length of the semicircular canals
b. vibrations occurring at specific locations down the length of the basilar membrane
c. the entire cochlea vibrating at a speed equivalent to the wavelengths the ear is being
stimulated with
d. differential movement of specific ossicles
The two major cues we use to localize sound sources in space are
a. distance and loudness
b. intensity and timing differences at the ears
c. pitch and loudness differences at the ears
d. loudness and timbre differences at the ears
Which of the following is NOT one of the four basic tastes?
a. salty
b. citrus
c. sweet
d. bitter
The rods and cones are to vision as the taste buds are to
a. olfaction
b. kinesthesia
c. gustation
d. flavation
The sense associated with the perception of smell is
a. gustation
b. olfaction
c. kinesthesia
d. audition
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PTS:
4-6
TOP:
C
PTS:
p. 125
OBJ:
B
PTS:
p. 127
OBJ:
A
PTS:
p. 127
OBJ:
C
PTS:
Factual
MSC:
A
PTS:
p. 127
OBJ:
C
PTS:
p. 127
OBJ:
A
PTS:
WWW
KEY:
D
PTS:
Concept/Applied
A
PTS:
p. 130
OBJ:
B
PTS:
p. 131
OBJ:
1
5-6
1
DIF: Correct = 67%
KEY: Factual
REF: p. 179
OBJ: 5-7
1
REF: p. 188
OBJ: 5-14
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
DIF:
4-1
KEY:
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
REF:
Factual
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
REF:
p. 200
1
p. 123
OBJ: 4-5
** (new or revised)
Correct = 85%
Factual
p. 125
OBJ: 4-6
REF:
MSC:
1
DIF:
4-6
KEY:
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
REF:
WWW
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-7
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-7
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-7
KEY:
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
DIF:
4-8
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-8
KEY:
1
REF:
Factual
1
REF:
MSC:
1
DIF:
4-9
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-9
KEY:
OBJ: 5-22
Correct = 66%
Factual
p. 120
OBJ: 4-1
p. 120
OBJ: 4-1
p. 121
OBJ: 4-2
p. 121
OBJ: 4-3
p. 121
OBJ: 4-3
p. 124 | p. 133
Factual
Correct = 88%
Factual
Correct = 62%
Factual
Correct = 94%
Factual
p. 125-27
OBJ: 4-7
Correct = 73%
Factual
Correct = 82%
Factual
p. 127-128
OBJ: 4-8
p. 128
OBJ: 4-8
** (new or revised)
Correct = 68%
Factual
Correct = 34%
Factual
64. ANS:
REF:
65. ANS:
KEY:
66. ANS:
KEY:
67. ANS:
REF:
68. ANS:
REF:
69. ANS:
REF:
70. ANS:
KEY:
71. ANS:
KEY:
72. ANS:
KEY:
73. ANS:
KEY:
74. ANS:
KEY:
75. ANS:
KEY:
76. ANS:
KEY:
77. ANS:
KEY:
78. ANS:
REF:
79. ANS:
KEY:
80. ANS:
KEY:
81. ANS:
REF:
82. ANS:
REF:
83. ANS:
REF:
84. ANS:
KEY:
85. ANS:
REF:
86. ANS:
KEY:
87. ANS:
REF:
C
PTS:
p. 133
OBJ:
A
PTS:
Concept/Applied
D
PTS:
Concept/Applied
B
PTS:
p. 135
OBJ:
B
PTS:
p. 135
OBJ:
A
PTS:
p. 135
OBJ:
A
PTS:
Concept/Applied
D
PTS:
Concept/Applied
A
PTS:
Concept/Applied
B
PTS:
Concept/Applied
C
PTS:
Concept/Applied
B
PTS:
Concept/Applied
B
PTS:
Concept/Applied
A
PTS:
Concept/Applied
A
PTS:
p. 142
OBJ:
A
PTS:
Concept/Applied
B
PTS:
Factual
MSC:
D
PTS:
p. 143
OBJ:
D
PTS:
p. 150
OBJ:
A
PTS:
p. 151
OBJ:
D
PTS:
Factual
MSC:
D
PTS:
p. 151
OBJ:
B
PTS:
Concept/Applied
C
PTS:
p. 151
OBJ:
1
4-10
1
DIF: Correct = 23%
KEY: Concept/Applied
REF: p. 133
OBJ: 4-10
1
REF: p. 133-134
1
4-10
1
4-10
1
4-10
1
DIF:
KEY:
DIF:
KEY:
DIF:
KEY:
REF:
1
REF: p. 137
OBJ: 4-11
1
REF: p. 138
OBJ: 4-12
1
REF: p. 138
OBJ: 4-12
1
REF: p. 138
OBJ: 4-12
1
REF: p. 138
OBJ: 4-12
1
REF: p. 139
OBJ: 4-12
1
REF: p. 139
OBJ: 4-12
1
4-14
1
DIF: Correct = 87%
KEY: Factual
REF: p. 142
OBJ: 4-14
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
DIF:
4-14
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-17
KEY:
1
DIF:
4-18
KEY:
1
REF:
** (new or revised)
1
DIF:
4-18
KEY:
1
REF:
MSC:
1
DIF:
4-18
KEY:
OBJ: 4-10
Correct = 76%
Factual
Correct = 80%
Concept/Applied
Correct = 77%
Factual
p. 136
OBJ: 4-11
p. 142
OBJ: 4-14
Correct = 78%
Factual
Correct = 75%
Factual
Correct = 83%
Factual
p. 151
OBJ: 4-18
Correct = 69%
Concept/Applied
p. 151
OBJ: 4-18
** (new or revised)
Correct = 57%
Factual
88. ANS:
TOP:
89. ANS:
REF:
90. ANS:
REF:
91. ANS:
TOP:
92. ANS:
REF:
93. ANS:
REF:
A
WWW
B
p. 152
B
p. 153
B
WWW
C
p. 154
B
p. 156
PTS:
KEY:
PTS:
OBJ:
PTS:
OBJ:
PTS:
KEY:
PTS:
OBJ:
PTS:
OBJ:
1
Factual
1
4-19
1
4-20
1
Factual
1
4-21
1
4-22
REF: p. 151
OBJ: 4-19
DIF:
KEY:
DIF:
KEY:
REF:
Correct = 65%
Concept/Applied
Correct = 67%
Factual
p. 154
OBJ: 4-21
DIF:
KEY:
DIF:
KEY:
Correct = 87%
Critical Thinking
Correct = 96%
Factual
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