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1.  Suppose a researcher discovered a strong negative correlation between the length of people's hair and the amount of money they paid for their automobile. In general, people who paid the least amount of money for their automobile also had
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2.  An electroencephalograph is a device that measures
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3.  A group of researchers want to determine if people are more likely to follow directions if the person giving the directions is in a uniform. Half the participants are directed to a parking spot by a uniformed security guard, the other half are direction to a parking spot by an individual wearing blue jeans and a t-shirt. In this study, the dependent variable would be
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4.  The three basic processes in memory are
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5.  The sense associated with the perception of taste is referred to as the
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6.  Scores pile up at the low end of the scale in
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7.  If you were attempt to recall a memory, the memory process you would be using is
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8.  The specific pattern of genes inherited at conception defines an individual's
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9.  Frederick cringes every time he hears a dentist's drill, even when he is sitting in the waiting room of his dentist's office. In this example, the pain of dental drilling is
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10.  A dependent variable in an experiment refers to the variable
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11.  Mary woke up one night with a spider dangling in front of her face. She screamed, and from that point on she could not stand to be near spiders. Mary's fear of spiders is based on
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12.  A researcher has children watch 30 minutes of violent television, and then counts the number of times they hit each other afterward in a one-hour play period as a measure of aggression. The researcher concludes that television violence influences aggression. However, this conclusion is invalid because
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13.  The most frequently occurring score in a group of scores is the
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14.  The purpose of the control group is to
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15.  The endocrine system
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16.  The two most basic divisions of the nervous system are
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17.  The ______ is the largest and most complex part of the human brain.
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18.  Which of the following is the correct sequence of structures through which information flows in a neuron?
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19.  A memory code that emphasizes the physical structure of the stimulus is called a(n) _____ code.
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20.  One method to control for experimenter bias effects in research is to use
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21.  According to place theory, the ability to hear pitch corresponds to
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22.  Pleasure centers in the brain appear to be concentrated most heavily in the
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23.  The continued presentation of the CS without the UCS will result in the gradual disappearance of the CR. This phenomenon is known as
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24.  The most vivid dreams generally occur
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25.  ______ receive information from other neurons; ______ transmit information to other neurons.
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26.  The technique used to teach animal complex tricks, such as teaching pidgeons to play ping-pong, is
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27.  A conditioned stimulus is
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28.  The cells that provide structural support and insulation for neurons are called
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29.  Proactive interference occurs when
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30.  Which of the following statements about punishment is NOT correct?
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31.  Shaquille is a professional basketball player. He never knows for sure which of his shots will result in a basket, but the more shots he takes the more baskets he makes. In this example, Shaquille's shooting is being reinforced on
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32.  REM sleep is also known as paradoxical sleep because
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33.  In classical conditioning, the stimulus that naturally evokes an unlearned response is the
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34.  A schema is
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35.  Which of the following does NOT belong with the others?
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36.  The newest winning numbers in the state lottery are announced on the local television station every Saturday night, at the end of the news hour. People who are watching for the lottery numbers will have their "watching" reinforced on
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37.  The regulation of the sleep-wake cycle has been linked to
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38.  Which of the following is generally associated with non-REM sleep?
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39.  An advantage of naturalistic observation is that it
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40.  You are sitting on a park bench in a major metropolitan area from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and you note the number of people who walk by, whether or not they litter, and their gender. You are engaging in
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41.  Which of the following sequences represents progressively deeper levels of processing?
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42.  Which of the following devices monitors the electrical activity of the brain?
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43.  Which brain wave is probably operating while you are taking this quiz?
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44.  The perception associated with the amplitude of a sound wave is
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45.  Exchange of information between neurons takes place at the
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46.  The difference between punishment and negative reinforcement is that
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47.  Technically, your absolute threshold is the point which you can detect
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48.  Which of the following brain-imaging techniques is the MOST widely used?
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49.  Which of the following statements is TRUE?
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50.  Depressant drugs have been found to
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51.  The type of memory where information is stored for the shortest period of time is
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52.  Going to a playground for an hour each day for two weeks and recording boy-girl exchanges would be an example of
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53.  According to one theory of color vision, colors are signaled in pairs by neurons that fire faster to one color and slower to another color. This theory is known as the
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54.  The fact that many times researchers unintentionally influence the outcome of their studies implies the existence of
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55.  The standard deviation
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56.  The volley principle suggests that
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57.  The EEG pattern associated with normal, waking, alert states is
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58.  The delta wave EEG pattern is associated with
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59.  Imagine that biologists have discovered an animal that has eyes very similar to human eyes, but that the only receptor cells in the retina are rods; there are no cones. Based on what is known about human vision, you might expect that this animal would
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60.  The two basic types of statistics are
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61.  The first two major "schools" of psychology were
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62.  According to Sigmund Freud, an individual's personality is largely determined by
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63.  The _______ nervous system mobilizes the body when one needs to exert tremendous energy (such as fleeing from an attacker).
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64.  Scripts are
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65.  The lens in the eye
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66.  The system of glands that secret hormones directly into the bloodstream is known as the
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67.  Negative reinforcement involves
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68.  When a neutral stimulus acquires the capacity to evoke a response that was originally evoke by another stimulus, the process is
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69.  Sensory adaptation refers to
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70.  Cells in the visual cortex that respond selectively to specific features of complex stimuli are called
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71.  "Early-selection" theories of attention propose that
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72.  Negative reinforcement ______ the rate of a response; punishment _______ the rate of a response.
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73.  The best temporal arrangement for establishing a new conditioned response is
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74.  Which theory of color vision best explains why the color of an afterimage is the complement of the original color?
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75.  The MOST widely used recreational drug in the United States is
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76.  The movement of voluntary skeletal muscles involved in doing calisthenics is under the control of the
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77.  In descriptive/correlational research, the investigator
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78.  The primary function of the cerebellum is to
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79.  Which of the following techniques is most likely to prove useful in determining why a PARTICULAR child is afraid to go to school?
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80.  The ability to rapidly process words in reading depends most on
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81.  The idea that dreams are the cortex's attempt to make sense out of bursts of general firing from lower brain centers is the core of _____ theory of dreaming.
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82.  The hindbrain structure involved with sleep and arousal is the
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83.  According to the serial-position effect, subjects tend to show better recall for items ______ of a list than for items ______.
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84.  In an investigation of the effects of caffeine on concentration, half the participants were given regular colas which contained caffeine and half were given decaffeinated colas. In this study, the decaffeinated colas are being used as
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85.  An EEG would indicate primarily _____ activity in a person who is meditating with eyes closed.
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86.  The ability to infer a cause-and-effect relationship is associated only with the
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87.  Which of the following is NOT considered a lobe of the cerebral cortex?
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88.  Sleep spindles, which appear against a background of mixed, mostly lower frequency EEG activity, are characteristic of
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89.  Of the following correlation coefficients, the one that would yield the LEAST accurate predictions of one variable based on the other variable would be
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90.  Suppose a researcher discovered a +.87 correlation between the length of a person's toes and the number of shoes the person owns. In general, people who own the fewest number of shoes would have
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91.  Which of the following has been implicated in pain alleviation?
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92.  Josiah checks his electronic mail several times throughout the day. Some days there is mail each time he checks; sometimes several days go by with no new messages arriving. In this example, Josiah's behavior of checking his electronic mail is being reinforced on
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93.  Stage 1 sleep is represented by EEG brain-wave patterns referred to as
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94.  Which of the following is the correct sequence of steps through which neurotransmitters progress during synaptic transmission?
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95.  Marie works in a dress factory where she earns $10 for every three dresses she hems. Marie is paid on a
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96.  The circadian rhythm operates around a
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97.  The structure that controls the size of the pupil is the
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98.  Of the following, the correlation coefficient that indicates the weakest relationship between the two variables being measured is
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99.  ______ occurs when new information impairs the retention of previously learned information.
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100.  The part of the nervous system that controls digestion and flow of blood is the
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101.  Gestalt psychologists were primarily concerned with which of the following
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102.  Caffeine is to alcohol as
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103.  The FDA found that people who used a particular diet drug combination that more heart valve defects than people who had not taken the die drug combination. This suggests that the use of the diet drug combination and heart valve defects are
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104.  Which of the following is an example of negative reinforcement?
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105.  When two variables are linked an their individual effects cannot be separated out, we speak of the variables as being
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106.  The correlational coefficient is a measure of
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107.  Which of the following is responsible for the human ability to engage in higher mental activity such as thinking and philosophizing?
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108.  Retrograde amnesia refers to an inability to
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109.  The successive blinking on and off of the lights on the neon sign gave the impression of beer filling a glass. This illusion of motion is the
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110.  Nerves outside the skull and spine comprise the
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111.  With _______, personally relevant information is recalled better in the future relative to other forms of encoding.
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112.  Damage to which of the following is most likely to cause deficits in long-term memory?
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113.  The blind spot in the eye is
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114.  Which of the following parts of the ear has a role in maintaining balance?
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115.  A circadian rhythm involves a biological cycle that fluctuates
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116.  The Gestalt principle of proximity refers to the idea that
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117.  Memory of "chronological" and "dated" personal experiences is referred to as
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118.  Information can be maintained indefinitely in short-term memory through the process of
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119.  The visual cortex is to the auditory cortex as the occipital lobe is to the
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120.  You move to a new house and memorize your new phone number. Now you can't remember your old phone number. This is an example of
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121.  Which of the following can cause disruption of your vestibular system?
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122.  The reappearance of a conditioned response after extinction and a period of rest is called
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123.  Light is converted into neural energy that travels to the brain to produce visual experience by the
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124.  When you are walking, the brain sends messages to the skeletal muscles in the legs by way of
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125.  The median is
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126.  Flashbulb memories are
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127.  Which of the following is (are) characteristic of REM sleep?
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128.  A rapid EEG (beta), dreaming, rapid eye movements, and profound muscle relaxation go with
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129.  A neural impulse is initiated when a neuron's charge
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130.  The structure that connects the two cerebral hemispheres is the
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131.  A hypothesis is
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132.  The idea that dreams are times when people can think creatively about what is going on in their lives and then use that information later when awake is consistent with the _____ view of dreams.
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133.  The score that falls exactly in the center of a distribution of scores that half the scores fall below that score and half the scores fall above it is the
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134.  One of the disadvantages of the experimental method is
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135.  The function of the hypothalamus is to regulate
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136.  Which of the following structures in NOT part of the hindbrain
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137.  The insulating material that encases some axons is referred to as
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138.  Dave is thrown from his motorcycle and suffers a severe blow to the head, resulting in a loss of memory for events that occurred before the accident. This is an example of
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139.  Katrina is trying to put a dollar bill into a vending machine in her office. Sometimes the machine will take a dollar bill on the first try, other times it can take up to five or six tries before the dollar bill is finally accepted. In this example, inserting a dollar bill into the vending machine is reinforced on
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140.  Operant conditioning is a type of learning in which
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141.  Decay theory suggests that forgetting is due to
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142.  Which of the following statements regarding the EEG patterns of a hypnotized person is MOST accurate?
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143.  Severing the ascending reticular activating system in cats caused them to
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144.  A disease characterized by sudden and irresistible onsets of sleep during normal waking periods is
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145.  A person might end up in a coma if the following area of the brain is damaged
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146.  Synaptic vesicles are structures that
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147.  A split-brain person has a severed
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148.  The somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system comprise the
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149.  Primary reinforcers ______, while secondary reinforcers ______.
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150.  Which of the following is NOT a disadvantage of the experimental method of conducting research?
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151.  Internal functions such as heartbeat, breathing, and stomach contractions are controlled by the _______ nervous system.
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152.  Diaz conducts a decision-making experiment to determine if people reason more logically when they have more time to decide. All the participants who are under 40 are allowed 15 minutes to reach a decision about a problem; all the participants who are over 40 are allowed 20 minutes to reach a decision about the same problem. Diaz has a problem with his experimental design because
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153.  Which of the following terms is synonymous with "motivated forgetting"?
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154.  The behavior that would be most difficult to extinguish would be one that was
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155.  In Pavlov's original experiment on classical conditioning, the unconditioned response (UCR) was
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156.  The blood-brain barrier is a semipermeable membrane-like mechanism that
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157.  The experimental procedure in which both the experimenter and subject are unaware of who is in the experimental and control group is referred to as the
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158.  ________ nerves receive information, while ________ nerves carry out instructions.
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159.  The cells of the nervous system that do the work of receiving, integrating, and transmitting information are the
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160.  An electric potential that increases the likelihood that the postsynaptic neuron will fire is called an
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161.  The structure of the ear that transduces sound vibrations into nerve impulses is the
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162.  Scarlett is a graduate student who is observing children playing together after watching a film. She knows that some children saw a film that contained graphic scenes of violence and some children saw a non-violent film, but she doesn't know which film each child she is observing watched. In this case, Scarlett is recording data for
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163.  The wavelength of light mainly affects our perception of
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164.  The "magic number seven" describes the
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165.  Naturalistic observation, case studies, and surveys all have in common that
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166.  A perceptual set implies
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167.  In general, the longer the delay between a response and reinforcement,
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168.  An agonist
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169.  Assuming the reinforcer is the sound of the rattle, a baby's response of shaking a rattle is reinforced according to which type of schedule?
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170.  Statistics that are used to summarize and organize data are called
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171.  The ______ is the junction between two neurons.
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172.  When a person has chronic problems not getting adequate sleep, he or she is said to suffer from which of the following?
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173.  Hering's opponent-process theory suggests that receptors are linked antagonistically in pairs. His opposed pairs were
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174.  A hormone is
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175.  The optic disk is
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176.  The median is
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177.  Charity used to really enjoy potato salad and at a family reunion she ate a large helping. Unfortunately the potato sald had not been kept cold, and Charity became quite ill after eating it. Now she finds that even the sight of potatoes in the grocery store can make her feel sick to her stomach. In this example, the sick feeling Charity experiences when she sees potatoes in the grocery store is
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178.  The amount of motor cortex devoted to each body area is determined by
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179.  Sleep apnea is characterized by
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180.  Electrical stimulation of its lateral hypothalamus causes an animal to overeat and become obese. Therefore, we would expect that lesioning the lateral hypothalamus would produce
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181.  A student who studies in order to earn high grades is working for ______; a student who studies in order to avoid low grades is working for _______.
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182.  Which level of processing results in longer-lasting memory codes?
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183.  Which of the following brain structures is most closely associated with the regulation of emotion?
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184.  The minimum length of time between action potentials is determined by
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185.  Food is an example of ______; praise is an example of ______.
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186.  The "tip of the tongue" phenomenon refers to
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187.  As the numbers of bystanders increases, people are less likely to help someone who is in distress. This suggests that the size of a crowd and helping behavior are
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188.  The order of the basic memory processes in which information enters our memory system and is used later is
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189.  Neurotransmitters are stored in
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190.  ________ code is a memory code that emphasizes the meaning of verbal input.
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191.  The initial stage of learning a response is called
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192.  Which of the following usually occurs in REM sleep?
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193.  Random assignment of subjects occurs when
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194.  Which of the following lists of letters would be easier for a person to maintain in short-term memory?
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195.  Which of the following neurotransmitters is primarily involved in the activation of motor neurons controlling skeletal muscles?
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196.  A variable, other than the independent variable, that appears to have influenced the dependent variable in a study is referred to as
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197.  Pseudoforgetting is viewed as a function of
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198.  A sample is representative if
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199.  The memory system that has an almost unlimited storage capacity is
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200.  The door-in-the-face technique involves
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201.  The kinesthetic system relates to
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202.  The retina is to the eye as the
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203.  Pitch perception can best be explained by _______ for very low-pitched sounds, ________ for very high-pitched sounds, and ________ for pitches in middle range.
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204.  Of the following, the only sensory system that does not project upward to the cerebral cortex through the thalamus is
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205.  Researchers who were studying memory had participants learn a list of words after consuming a soft drink with caffeine or a decaffeinated version of the same soft drink. The researchers then counted the number of words that were recalled from the list. In this study, the type of beverage (caffeinated or decaffeinated) would be
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206.  When this lobe of the brain is electrically stimulated, people report physical sensations, as if they had been touched, for example, on the arm.
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207.  In order to weaken or eliminate a conditioned response you would
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208.  We often perceive a series of dots on a printed form as a "solid" line because of the Gestalt principle of
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209.  The primary processing for auditory sensations is in the _________ lobe of the cerebrum.
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210.  Dr. Limmex is trying to win FDA approval for a new drug to treat anxiety. Dr. Limmex claims that 14% of the people who took this new drug reported reduced anxiety, however other researchers claim that 14% of patients who received no treatment also report reductions in their anxiety levels. It appears that the patients who improved after Dr. Limmex's drug
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211.  Robert has just taken a drug that has made him feel euphoric. He has probably taken
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212.  The basic parts of a neuron are
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213.  Inferential statistics help us determine whether __________ played a role in an experiment.
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214.  "Parallel processing" in the visual pathways suggests that separate neural channels
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215.  When a dominant gene is paired with a recessive gene, the gene pair is said to be
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216.  Television sets are able to recreate the entire visible spectrum by additively mixing three primary colors. This process is similar to the view of human color vision called
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217.  Parkinson's disease appears to be a function of
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218.  Darrel was dancing with his new girlfriend at an Elvis tribute. When the band started playing "Can't Help Falling in Love with You" his girlfriend gave him a long, passionate kiss, which Darrel found very enjoyable. Now Darrel finds that every time he hears "Can't Stop Falling in Love with You" on the radio, he becomes mildly excited. In this example, the long, passionate kiss is
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219.  Maria plans to study the relationship between self-esteem and being raise in a single-parent or a two-parent family. She decides she must use correlational research, rather than experimental research, to investigate this problem because correlational studies
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220.  Which of the following statements regarding short-term memory (STM) is NOT accurate?
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221.  The theoretical orientation that insisted on verifiability of observation was
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222.  When variability in a data set is large, the standard deviation will be ________; when variability is small, the standard deviation will be _________.
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223.  Classical conditioning could account for how a child learns to
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224.  Sampling bias is a problem because it
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225.  Imagine that the personality traits of openness and extroversion are positively correlated. If Andrea's score in openness is extremely low
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226.  The experimental group
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227.  In a variable-ratio schedule, the reinforcer is given
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228.  Dr. Kalmagura plans on introducing a new exam review procedure in his chemistry classes. To check the effectiveness of the new procedure he is going to have half of his students try the new technique for one semester, while the remaining students review in the way they have always done in the past. He asks each student to decide which of the techniques they would like to use, the new technique or the standard technique. In this example, Dr. Kalmagura's procedure illustrates
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229.  A theory is
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230.  Which brain structure appears to play an active role in integrating sensory information?
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231.  If you are looking at an object such as a book, the object itself can be referred to as
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232.  Which of the following techniques can be used with the functioning, working brain?
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233.  The _______ is most likely to be in control of bodily processes during periods of rest and recovery for the body.
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234.  When a conditioned response shows spontaneous recovery, the rejuvenated response typically
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235.  General knowledge that is NOT tied to the time when the information was learned is contained in ______ memory.
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236.  In order for a memory to be stored, it must first be
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237.  Placebo effects occur when
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238.  Sydney had an operate on his right eye and has to wear an eye patch for three weeks. While he is wearing the eye patch, Sydney will lose his ability to
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