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Unit IV - Sensation and Perception
Jeff PitnerJeff Pitner

AP Psychology - Unit Daily FRQs - Sensation and Perception This includes a daily reflection on vocabulary, in FRQ style built for teacher feedback on a daily basis. Students that do not get the previous day's question correct have to use some meta-cognitive techniques to identify why their answer is not correct before they can move on to the next prompt. I spend 2 days per module using Myers for AP 2nd Ed. Any questions or comments can be directed to my email [email protected] Unit IV explains the sensory structures and physical mechanisms by which we take in information from our environment and attempt to make sense of it. Perceptual constancies and depth-perception cues are presented and numerous examples and illustrations aid with understanding. The unit provides detailed anatomy of the eye and ear, and reviews the processes by which the nose, tongue, skin receptors, and body positioning systems pick up sensory stimuli and convert it to electrical information for the brain. A distinction between sensation and perception is made and illustrated numerous times throughout the unit.

Unit IV - Sensation and Perception