Past Exam for PSYC 310 - Perception with Steinman at Maryland (UMD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Class:PSYC 310 - Perception
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 2005
  • Pursuit Movement
  • The God of the Winds
  • Gestalt Approach
  • Empiricists
  • Irritability
  • Across From
  • Contralateral
  • Sensory Nerves
  • Special Creation
  • Explanation
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PSYC 310 STEINMAN FINAL YELLOW FALL 2005 1. Which is one of Benjamin Franklin's contributions to our understanding of electricity? A) A building can be protected by attaching a "lightening rod" to carry any "electrical fire" that strikes the building into the ground; B) The "electrical fire" making up a bolt of lightening was the same "substance" as static electricity; C) Electricity was a single "substance", i.e., "vitreous' (glass & silk) and resinous (amber & cat's fur) electricity represented the presence of the same substance in varying amounts; D) All of the above. - 2. Which is false? David Katz: A) distinguished volume, aperture and surface modes of appearance of lights in his book, the "World of Coulour' published in 1912; B) said that objects in natural environments exhibit the surface mode of appearance; C) said that objects vary in lightness; D) said that aperture and volume modes vary in lightness but not in brightness. - 3. Which is false? The British philosopher Bertrand Rus...

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