Perceptual Psychology: How do our senses to monitor our body’s position and movement? Discuss factors which may influence our vestibular senses.

For your Final essay exam, you will answer 5 short answer essay questions which focus on the course readings. Answers must be attached as a Word document to the appropriate assignment page, not typed into the assignment student comments boxes. In addition to APA formatted citations and references with each answer, an APA title page and reference page are required. Each question should be answered clearly and numbered. Students will answer each question thoroughly and completely (approximately 175 words for each question, more if needed), providing examples where required. Answer the questions below in your Final exam.

1. 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.

2. 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.

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3. 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.

4. 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.

5. Describe the following, which are related physiological mechanisms that are involved in determining cognitive and experiential aspects of pain perception: gate-control model; opiates and pain: the physiology of the placebo effect.

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