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2.Perceptions that misrepresent physical stimuli
4.Where light enters the eye
5.The knowledge that as a person walks towards you and the image on your retina gets bigger - that the person is not growing in size
6.This system is located in the inner ear and regulates our sense of balance
8.Occurs anytime a stimulus activates one of your receptors
9.Perception is the ability to discriminate properly between a figure and its background
12.Your hearing depends on these vibrations in the air
13.The study of the relationships between sensory experiences and the physical stimuli that caused them
15.Reading someone else's mind
16.Contains two types of light-sensitive photoreceptors called rods and cones
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1.The process of combining the images from two eyes into a singular fused image
3.The most studied of all senses
7.The sense of movement and body position
10.The organization of sensory information into meaningful wholes
11.Bites and pieces of information in the environment that the brain makes sense out of by creating wholes
14.An object's color depends on the light that reaches our eyes

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