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Exam Lesson Name: Psychology: The Science of the Mind Exam

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Exam Lesson Name: Psychology: The Science of the Mind
Exam number: 350605RR
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1. A procedure in which a person learns to control through conscious thought internal physiological processes such as blood pressure, heart and respiration rate, skin temperature, sweating, and the constriction of particular muscles is called
A. biofeedback.
B. relaxation.
C. stress reduction.
D. lateralization.
2. In an experiment, all participants receive a treatment, but those in the control group receive a false treatment, which is called
A. a drug treatment.
B. a psychological anomaly.
C. a lie.
D. a placebo.
3. Where does most processing of visual images take place?
A. Rods
B. Cones
C. Optic chiasm
D. Visual cortex
4. Health psychology focuses on
A. how people develop their unique personalities over time.
B. how people grow and change throughout their lives.
C. how long-term stress can affect physical health.
D. how people perceive, sense, and learn.
5. Which of the following would be an example of something that could be detected by a skin sense?
A. The color of a stop light
B. A discoloration on a friend’s skin
C. A hot stove
D. An out-of-tune singer
6. Regarding the trichromatic theory of color vision, which statement is most accurate?
A. The theory maintains that receptor cells are grouped in pairs, such as black-white.
B. The theory helps us understand why we see afterimages of different colors.
C. Specialized cells in the retina engage in a process called feature detection.
D. Specialized cells in the retina are sensitive to blue-violet, green, and yellow-red.
7. It has been hypothesized that _______ of dopamine produces negative consequences, like schizophrenia.
A. underproduction
B. overproduction
C. continuous production
D. normal production
8. Taste buds wear out and are replaced every _______ days.
A. 20
B. 5
C. 15
D. 10
9. Touch, pressure, temperature, and pain play a critical role in survival. These are known as
A. hair senses.
B. olfactory senses.
C. skin senses.
D. gestation senses.
10. You'll need to select a sample that represents a larger group when you're conducting
A. archival research.
B. survey research.
C. a case study.
D. naturalistic observation.
11. _______ is involved in memory capabilities. Diminished production of this neurotransmitter may be related to Alzheimer's disease.
A. Dopamine
B. Acetylcholine
C. Norepinephrine
D. Epinephrine
12. The __________ division of the autonomic nervous system is responsible for what's often called the body's "fight-or-flight" response.
A. peripatetic
B. peripheral-autonomous
C. sympathetic
D. peripheral-somatic
13. By means of introspection, Dr. Marsh attempts to determine the components of things like perception, thinking, and consciousness. By contrast, Dr. Smyth wants to understand what the mind does in producing different kinds of behavior. We can reasonably assume that Dr. Marsh's research is mainly guided by the principles of
A. structuralism.
B. Gestalt psychology.
C. functionalism.
D. objectivism.
14. Dr. Lombard's research focuses on the capacity of the human mind to store and retrieve information. Her colleague, Dr. Fry, is a clinician who strives to help his clients "be all they can be." As a fly on the wall listening to these two psychologists' civil disputes during coffee breaks, which psychological perspective can you assume Dr. Fry adheres to?
A. Psychodynamic
B. Humanist
C. Behavioral
D. Cognitive
15. The _______ of the inner ear consist of three tubes containing fluid that sloshes through them when the head moves, signaling rotational or angular movement to the brain.
A. stirrups
B. anvils
C. hammer
D. semicircular canals
16. In a neuron, the myelin sheath serves to insulate
A. the axon.
B. dendrites.
C. terminal buttons.
D. the cell body.
17. Within the cerebral cortex, the _______ area is found in the occipital lobe.
A. somatosensory
B. main auditory
C. visual
D. association
18. Which of the following accurately describes free will?
A. Choices made that have no bearing on your future behavior
B. Factors beyond your control
C. Choices made freely by an individual
D. A psychological concept involving one person coaxing another
19. Regarding the association areas of the cerebral cortex, which of the following statements is most accurate?
A. Most association areas are located in the left cerebral hemisphere.
B. Association areas are to thinking as neuroplasticity is to language.
C. The association areas are largely responsible for neurogenesis.
D. Changes in personality may indicate damage to the association areas.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
20. If someone has Parkinson's disease, they have a deficiency of which neurotransmitter?
A. Acetylcholine
B. Dopamine
C. Norepinephrine
D. Epinephrine

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Today or tomorrow is fine mate

Exam 350609RR

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Exam 350605RR

1. A. biofeedback.

2. D. a placebo.
3. D. Visual cortex
4. C. how long-term stress can affect physical health.
5. C. A hot stove
6. D. Specialized cells in the retina are sensitive to blue-violet, green, and yellow-red.
7. B. overproduction
8. D. 10
9. C. skin senses.
10. B. survey research.
11. B. Acetylcholine
12. C. sympathetic
13. A. structuralism.
14. B. Humanist
15. D. semicircular canals
16. A. the axon.
17. C. visual
18. C. Choices made freely by an individual
19. D. Changes in personality may indicate damage to the association areas.
20. B. Dopamine

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