Quiz 4: Sensation and Perception

Psychology

The term Sensory localization is defined as a kind of perceptions or sensations, a person experience influenced by which area or brain is stimulated. Some areas of brain receive auditory senses and some receive stimulus about visual information, etc. So, brain has different regions for Sensory localization. The term accommodation is defined as the alteration of current cerebral arrays or patterns to apt to the new actions, or demands. The term Phosphenation is a sensory reflex that would activate when people see phosphenes, like flashes of color, checkerboards and stars, etc. Therefore, the Sensory localization, accommodation and Phosphenation are not the process of dividing and understanding simple impetus patterns. Thus, the option (a), (c), and (d) are incorrect. Sensory analysis is defined as portioning or dividing of sensory data into significant components or elements. Senses split the world into significant basic stimulus patterns. For example, eyes of amphibians like frog extremely sensitive to dark and small moving spots. Therefore, they adapted to catch bugs that flying proximate, however bugs moves continuously and frogs cannot catch them and their visual receptors or detectors won't work. Thus, the correct option is (b) Sensory analysis.

The term visual saturation is defined as the adaptation of eye to a particular wavelength for a color is defined as visual saturation. The term accommodation is defined as the alteration of current cerebral arrays or patterns to apt to the new actions, or demands. The term hyperopia is defined as a condition characterized by not being to visualize close objects and it is also known as farsightedness. The image will appear as blur in Hyperopia condition, because the power of the lens and cornea is not enough to visualize an object. Thus, the options (a), (c) and (d) are incorrect. The term sensory coding is defined as the ciphers used by the sensory organs, like eyes, tongue, ear, etc to a conduct data and converting it into neural message in way that brain could understand and process it. Therefore, if any one press one closed eyelids they will experience phosphenes, like flashes of color, checkerboards and stars, etc. This exemplifies the idea of sensory coding. Thus, the correct option is (b) sensory coding.

The term hyperopia is defined as a condition characterized by not being to visualize close objects and it is also known as farsightedness. The image will appear as blur in Hyperopia condition, because the power of the lens and cornea is not enough to visualize an object. Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a condition of visual impairment. Nearby objects appear visually normal while distant objects are blurry. A blurry image is the result of the lens focusing an image in front of the retina. This is caused by an eyeball that is too deep or a large resting curvature of the eye. Nearby objects are projected correctly on the retina for clear vision because the eye can properly round. Astigmatism is a complication the acute stye called Chalazion. Chalazion is condition characterized by infection and inflammation of the eyelid. It is also called an external stye, which is due to the microbial infection of the sebaceous glands of Zeis, which results the inflammation of the external eyelid. Thus, the options (a), (b) and (c) are incorrect. Aging individuals often require reading glasses to clearly visualize nearby objects. They are suffering from presbyopia. Presbyopia is a type of hyperopia (farsightedness) that develops with age as the lens becomes less elastic. A less elastic lens is unable to become more rounded to focus nearby objects. This results in blurry images. Thus, the correct option is (d) presbyopia.

There is no answer for this question

There is no answer for this question