true false chp6

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true false chp6
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2011-12-06 01:01:24
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  1. The cornea is an adjustable structure in the eye that focuses light.
    false
  2. Light from the right side of the world strikes the left side of the retina.
    true
  3. Cones are essential for color vision.
    true
  4. Photopigments are stable in the dark.
    true
  5. The retinex theory accounts for the principle of color constancy.
    true
  6. Some people with damage to area V1 show a surprising phenomenon called blindsight.
    true
  7. Damage to area V4 would likely cause problems with color constancy.
    true
  8. Movement of the eyes suppresses activity in the visual cortex for a brief moment.
    true
  9. Infants are born with the ability to control their visual attention.
    false
  10. In humans, as in other species, the visual cortex is more plastic early in life.
    true

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