Sensory Processes Review 5

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high end of the number of Hz humans can hear (numerals, spaces instead of commas)
the scale used for decibels is this type of scale
this bone transmits vibrations of the first bone in the middle ear
neuron that fires different patterns depending on the direction of sound
perceptual dimension associated with complexity
there are this many discrete face selective patches in the temporal cortex (spell out number)
these act to amplify the vibration for better transmission to the fluid
perceptual dimension associated with amplitude
columns that respond to either ear
this structure is for the sense of posture
hardest bone in the body
this bone transmits vibrations via the oval window of the cochlea
this instrument adds pure tones to create a complex sound
type of wave made by a tuning fork
this area of the human brain responds best to open spaces
Name of experiment where pictures of Harrison Ford were shown
columns that respond to one ear
Increased sensitivity and intolerance to sounds within the normal range of amplitudes is caused by paralysis of what?
colour vision test, simulates weather conditions
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ratio of tympanic membrane to stapes footplate (x:x)
there is greater fMRI activation of FFA and this other section of the brain when faces of the same race were presented
there are this many discrete face selective patches in the prefrontal corex (spell out number)
the type of code that says that neurons combine in different patterns when shown a face
when someone's own infant was viewed this section of the brain, associated with positive emotions, was activated
children used this type of cue to discern between faces
perceptual dimension associated with frequency
type of cell that is said to fire to only for a very specific stimulus
resonant frequency of the ear canal amplifies frequencies to up to this many Hz (numerals, spaces instead of commas)
where does the organ of corti rest?
upright faces stimulate this side of the FG
this area of the human brain responds best to full body images
this area of the human brain responds best to faces
a brain structure that processes information about specific stimuli (fun fact: it's also how isci decided to arrange our courses)
this bone moves due to the vibration of the tympanic membrane
Fluid-filled snail-like structure
the type of code that says there is a neuron for each face
this aspect is the most important in a adult face recognition

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