TOEFL KELİME ÖRNEKLERİ

TOEFL KELİME ÖRNEKLERİ



So far, astronauts have had plenty to do during their voyages. In addition, their minds were stimulated by their view of Earth and by continuous radio contact with ground stations. But there may be psychological problems in a long space voyage, with no change of scene, no contact with Earth, few sensations in a relatively weightless body, and little activity. This situation could cause symptoms of sensory deprivation. In one attempt to duplicate the numbing effects of prolonged weightlessness, three men were strapped to a board suspended so that it would remain level. After slightly over three weeks, their bodies began to ache. One man lost all sense of time and space and had to be released. After another week, however, the remaining two began to feel comfortable. Other experiments in sensory deprivation have been carried out by putting men on a soft bed in a dark, soundproof room and covering all exposed skin surfaces. The men could see, hear, and feel nothing. Most found this experience intolerable after only a few days. Some even suffered from hallucinations — seeing imaginary sights, hearing imaginary sounds. These experiments have revealed much about the nature of consciousness. The human mind can't operate normally unless it receives a constant succession of stimuli to work on. If it cannot be fed with stimuli, it invents imaginary ones. Like other research undertaken in aerospace laboratories, these experiments may prove helpful for people who never leave Earth.   Mark the best choice     1.   These experiments differed from that with the board in that __________.





So far, astronauts have had plenty to do during their voyages. In addition, their minds were stimulated by their view of Earth and by continuous radio contact with ground stations. But there may be psychological problems in a long space voyage, with no change of scene, no contact with Earth, few sensations in a relatively weightless body, and little activity. This situation could cause symptoms of sensory deprivation. In one attempt to duplicate the numbing effects of prolonged weightlessness, three men were strapped to a board suspended so that it would remain level. After slightly over three weeks, their bodies began to ache. One man lost all sense of time and space and had to be released. After another week, however, the remaining two began to feel comfortable. Other experiments in sensory deprivation have been carried out by putting men on a soft bed in a dark, soundproof room and covering all exposed skin surfaces. The men could see, hear, and feel nothing. Most found this experience intolerable after only a few days. Some even suffered from hallucinations — seeing imaginary sights, hearing imaginary sounds. These experiments have revealed much about the nature of consciousness. The human mind can't operate normally unless it receives a constant succession of stimuli to work on. If it cannot be fed with stimuli, it invents imaginary ones. Like other research undertaken in aerospace laboratories, these experiments may prove helpful for people who never leave Earth.   Mark the best choice     2.   The article states that this research has revealed the need for __________.





So far, astronauts have had plenty to do during their voyages. In addition, their minds were stimulated by their view of Earth and by continuous radio contact with ground stations. But there may be psychological problems in a long space voyage, with no change of scene, no contact with Earth, few sensations in a relatively weightless body, and little activity. This situation could cause symptoms of sensory deprivation. In one attempt to duplicate the numbing effects of prolonged weightlessness, three men were strapped to a board suspended so that it would remain level. After slightly over three weeks, their bodies began to ache. One man lost all sense of time and space and had to be released. After another week, however, the remaining two began to feel comfortable. Other experiments in sensory deprivation have been carried out by putting men on a soft bed in a dark, soundproof room and covering all exposed skin surfaces. The men could see, hear, and feel nothing. Most found this experience intolerable after only a few days. Some even suffered from hallucinations — seeing imaginary sights, hearing imaginary sounds. These experiments have revealed much about the nature of consciousness. The human mind can't operate normally unless it receives a constant succession of stimuli to work on. If it cannot be fed with stimuli, it invents imaginary ones. Like other research undertaken in aerospace laboratories, these experiments may prove helpful for people who never leave Earth.   Mark the best choice     3.   Implied but not stated: __________.







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