Random sampling is often used in survey research.
Random sampling provides a representative sample of the population being studied.
In random sampling, each individual in the population has the same chance of being in the random sample.
In random sampling, individuals from the population are chosen to be in the sample based on personal characteristics.
Strong inverse relationship.
Strong direct relationship.
Weak inverse relationship.
Weak direct relationship.
Neither of the above
Both of the above
Cell body; axon
Dendrite; glial cells
Axon; cell body
They are destroyed by enzymes.
They are taken back into the axon terminals of the sending neuron for reuse.
Either of these may occur.
Neither of these occurs.
Somatic nervous system and autonomic nervous system.
Brain and spinal cord.
Sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous system.
Every nerve in the body.
The pituitary gland.
The thyroid gland.
The limbic system plays an important role in survival, memory, and emotion.
The limbic system is comprised of the hippocampus, hypothalamus, and amygdala.
The limbic system is where higher-level cognitive processes occur.
The limbic system surrounds the top of the brain stem.
Motor cortex; frontal lobe
Somatosensory cortex; parietal lobe
Motor cortex; temporal lobe
Somatosensory cortex, occipital lobe
Have a dominant left hemisphere.
Can orally identify information presented in their left visual field.
Have a severed corpus callosum.
Only use the right hemisphere.
Left half of each eye.
Right visual field.
Left visual field.
The minimum amount of energy in a sensory stimulus detected 50 percent of the time.
The absolute minimum amount of energy needed for a sensory stimulus to be detected.
The absolute maximum amount of energy needed for a sensory stimulus to be subliminally detected.
the maximum amount of energy in a sensory stimulus detected 100 percent of the time
Neither of these
Both of these
Judgment of intensity of electric shock
Judgment of loudness of a sound
Judgment of length of a line
Judgment of brightness of a light
Cornea -> pupil -> retina -> optic nerve -> thalamus -> brain
Retina -> pupil -> cornea -> optic nerve -> brain -> thalamus
Retina -> cornea -> pupil -> optic nerve -> thalamus -> brain
Cornea -> pupil -> optic nerve -> retina -> brain -> thalamus
Fovea; periphery of the retina
Periphery of the retina; fovea and periphery of the retina
Periphery of the retina; fovea
Red, blue, and yellow.
Yellow, green, and blue.
Green, red, and yellow.
Blue, green, and red.
Neutral stimulus; conditioned stimulus
Unconditioned stimulus; conditioned stimulus
Neutral stimulus; unconditioned stimulus
Conditioned stimulus; neutral stimulus
Classical conditioning and operant conditioning
Neither reinforced nor punished
All of these