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Shinobi Shinobi
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Detecting a candle 48 kilometres away on a clear, dark night, and tasting a teaspoon of sugar dissolved in 9 litres of water are examples of
a. absolute thresholds.
b. difference thresholds.
c. perceptual constancies.
d. transduction.
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Correct: The absolute threshold for any given sense is the minimum measure of stimulus that can be detected 50 percent of the time.
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