Experiencing Taste

1. How do we experience taste?Be sure to discuss the composite of the five basic taste sensations.After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.

2. How does our sense of smell work?Discuss the concept that our sense of smell is directly connected to the brain. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.

3. How do our senses to monitor our body’s position and movement.Discuss factors which may influence our vestibular senses. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.

4. What did the Gestalt psychologists contribute to our understanding of how the brain organizes sensation into perceptions? After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.

5. How do the principles of figure-ground and moving contribute to our perception of form?Discuss how the roles of proximity, similarity, continuity, connectedness, enclosure impact the order and form of stimuli during the organizational process.

6. How do we see the world in three dimensions?Be sure to discuss the research on visual cliffs, binocular cues, retinal disparity, and monocular cues.

7. How do perceptual consistencies help us to organize our sensations into meaningful perceptions?Include a discussion of how perceptual consistencies help explain several well known visual illusions, such as the Moon and the Ames Room illusions.

8. What does research on sensory restriction and restored vision reveal about the effects of experience on perception? After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.

9. How adaptable is our ability to perceive the world around us?Discuss the biological components involved in vision and the brain’s ability to adapt body movement. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer. Activate Windows

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