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PSYC 110 Final Exam Updated

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1. (TCOs 1, 2) According to Freud, unconscious urges (Points : 5)

Question 2.2. (TCOs 1, 2) Julie finds that the number of hours she sleeps each night is related to the scores she receives on quizzes the next day. As her sleep approaches eight hours, her quiz scores improve; as her sleep drops to five hours, her quiz scores show a similar decline. Julie realizes that _____. (Points : 5)

Question 3.3. (TCOs 2, 3) Your teacher asks you to describe the sequence of parts of a neuron that the impulse travels during neural conduction. Which of the following sequences will you offer? (Points : 5)

Question 4.4. (TCOs 2, 3) Alice is typing her term paper in the computer lab. Although a class is going on just a few feet away, she does not seem to notice. Which part of the brain allows Alice to focus on her typing and ignore the distractions that surround her? (Points : 5)

Question 5.5. (TCO 4) Which of the following is the primary structure that allows one to maintain his or her balance? (Points : 5)

Question 6.6. (TCO 4) The best explanation of the moon illusion is _____. (Points : 5)

Question 7.7. (TCO 5) Which of the following is CORRECT concerning REM deprivation? (Points : 5)

Question 8.8. (TCO 5) The activation-synthesis hypothesis of dreaming states that _____. (Points : 5)

Question 9.9. (TCOs 7, 8) In a conditioning experiment, a sound is paired with a brief puff of air to the eye of the rabbit. After several pairings, the rabbit ultimately blinks its eye when it hears the sound. Which of the following is true? (Points : 5)

Question 10.10. (TCOs 7, 8) A young child watches her mother make pancakes. She wants to please her mother so she pays attention. However, when she goes to make them on her own, she can’t break the eggs for the batter without making a terrible mess and dropping them on the floor, no matter how hard she tries. Her attempt failed because of a problem with which part of the necessary components for observational learning? (Points : 5)

Question 11.11. (TCOs 7, 8) “The effectiveness of memory retrieval is directly related to the similarity of cues present when the memory was encoded to the cues present when the memory is retrieved.” What concept does this statement describe? (Points : 5)

Question 12.12. (TCOs 7, 8) Evidence suggests that procedural memories are stored in the _____. (Points : 5)

Question 13.13. (TCO 8) Which type of thinking is most closely related to creativity? (Points : 5)

Question 14.14. (TCO 8) Which of the following statements BEST describes the general relationship between thinking and language? (Points : 5)

Question 15.15. (TCO 10) Emily and her husband are thrilled as they peer into Emily’s uterus by means of an ultrasound. The physician reports that the pregnancy appears normal and that their baby’s fingers, toes, heart, and circulatory system are developing as expected. The couple learns that the baby is only an inch long. Given this information, the current stage of prenatal development is the _____. (Points : 5)


Question 1.1. (TCO 10) Your little sister picks up objects, feels every part of them, and then puts them in her mouth. What stage of Jean Piaget’s model of cognitive development does this behavior suggest she is in? (Points : 5)

Question 2.2. (TCO 9) Michael has trained very long hours in order to qualify for the Olympics in diving. He has sacrificed a great deal—he put his education on hold and spent a lot of time away from his two small children and wife. To Michael, qualifying for the Olympics is a(n) ____. (Points : 5)

Question 3.3. (TCO 9)  You just finished a cup of very strong coffee, which causes your body to have a general feeling of arousal. That afternoon, you walk past a cemetery where several people are crying at a graveside. According to Schachter and Singer, which of the following would most likely occur? (Points : 5)

Question 4.4. (TCO 11) The primary sex characteristics develop as _____. (Points : 5)

Question 5.5. (TCO 11) According to research, the majority of gay or bisexual college men report they first became aware of their sexual orientation in _____. (Points : 5)

Question 6.6. (TCO 6) For the past six months, Dahlia’s job has been extremely stressful, but she doesn’t feel that she can quit, because she needs the money for tuition. Dahlia has been having chronic headaches and is behind in all of her classes. According to Hans Selye, Dahlia is in the _____ stage of the general adaptation syndrome. (Points : 5)

Question 7.7. (TCO 6) Pepe moved from Argentina to France. He chose not to learn to speak and write French, continues to maintain his old culture’s styles of dress and customs, and lives in a neighborhood where only people from Argentina live. Pepe has used which method of entering the majority culture? (Points : 5)

Question 8.8. (TCO 13) Which statement is the best explanation of the fundamental attribution error? (Points : 5)

Question 9.9. (TCO 13) “Out of sight, out of mind” is a cliché that is consistent with the _____ rule of interpersonal attraction. (Points : 5)

Question 10.10. (TCO 11) Jeff has to get up early to go to school, but he wants to stay up late and watch television. His parents disapprove of him staying up late, but when they go out for the evening, he disregards their wishes and stays up late anyway. The next day, he feels extremely guilty. How would Carl Rogers explain Jeff’s guilt? (Points : 5)

Question 11.11. (TCO 11) Karesh is from India and really cares about others’ welfare. His wife is Chinese and he is known for the fact that he does not adhere to strict rules and regulations. He is tolerant of others and plans to become a social worker. According to Hofstede, what type of cultural personality would Karesh be? (Points : 5)

Question 12.12. (TCO 11) When a patient arrives in the emergency room, he is restless and irritable with unlimited energy and a rapid rate of speech. The attending psychiatrist believes the patient has taken cocaine or amphetamines and admits him for observation. The next day, the symptoms are the same. What condition with symptoms that are similar to those associated with amphetamine use might the psychiatrist now consider as a condition that is relevant to the diagnosis? (Points : 5)

Question 13.13. (TCO 11) Which of the following is the biological explanation for mood disorders? (Points : 5)

Question 14.14. (TCO 12) Expressing empathy, developing the discrepancies between a client’s present behaviors and values, rolling with resistance, and supporting a client’s self-efficacy are the four pillars of _____. (Points : 5)

Question 15.15. (TCO 12) A technique for treating phobias and other stress disorders in which the person is suddenly exposed to the fear-provoking situation or object in an intense way and is prevented from making the usual avoidance or escape response is called _____. (Points : 5)

Question 1.1. (TCO 1) Summarize Erikson’s eight stages of psychosocial development. Provide an example for each stage that describes successful resolution of each stage. (Points : 20)

Question 2.2. (TCO 6) Compare and contrast problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping. Is one necessarily better than the other? Can you give an example where either might be useful, stating the specific way in which each coping skill might be employed? (Points : 15)

Question 3.3. (TCO 13) How do advertisers use the principles of persuasion as discussed in Chapter 12? Pick a television commercial and use it as an example of the components of persuasion. (Points : 15)

Question 4.4. (TCO 11) List and describe two anxiety disorders. List the most relevant symptoms of the disorders that you chose. Describe the viewpoints of two different psychological models on the cause of anxiety disorders. (Points : 20)

Question 5.5. (TCO 12) Describe psychoanalysis. Include information about its theoretical background, how it seeks to help people, its key concepts, and an evaluation of its effectiveness.(Points : 20)


PSYC 110 Midterm Exam Updated

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Question 1.1. (TCOs 1, 2) Participants in research early in psychology’s history might have been asked to view a chair and describe its color, shape, texture, and other aspects of their conscious experience. These individuals would have been using a method called (Points : 2)

Question 2.2. (TCO 4)  As part of a psychology experiment, Brett decides to measure a person’s “anxiety” by noting the number of blinks a person makes in a 20-minute social interaction with a stranger. Brett appears to have offered a(n) _____ of anxiety. (Points : 2)

Question 3.3. (TCOs 2, 3)  Marta was in an automobile accident and suffered an injury to her brain, resulting in the paralysis of her left arm. What part of Marta’s brain was injured?(Points : 2)

Question 4.4. (TCOs 2, 3)  A group of axons bundled together coated in myelin that travels together through the body is called a (Points : 2)

Question 5.5. (TCOs 2, 3)  _____ synapses make it more likely that a neuron will send its message to other neurons, whereas _____ synapses make it less likely that a neuron will send its message. (Points : 2)

Question 6.6. (TCO 4)  Which of the following phenomena is a function of the distribution of the rods and cones in the retina? (Points : 2)

Question 7.7. ( TCO 4)  What are the five primary tastes? (Points : 2)

Question 8.8. (TCO 4) Dizziness, nausea, and disorientation may result if the information from the eyes conflicts a little too much with that from the vestibular organs, according to the _____ of motion sickness. (Points : 2)

Question 9.9. (TCO 5) Judith is startled when her 6-year-old daughter, Laura, sleepwalks into the family room. It is most likely that Laura is experiencing the _____ stage of the sleep cycle. (Points : 2)

Question 10.10. (TCO 5) A client tells his therapist about a dream of riding on a train with his boss. At the end of the journey, the boss gets off the train at a terminal. The content of this dream, as related by the client to the therapist, is what Freud called its _____. (Points : 2)

Question 11.11. (TCO 5) A student nurse looks at a patient’s chart and does not understand the meaning of serious sleep apnea, so she asks the head nurse for assistance. How might the head nurse describe this condition? (Points : 2)

Question 12.12. (TCOs 7, 8)  A child learns that whenever he eats all of his dinner, he gets a cookie for dessert. This type of learning is BEST explained by (Points : 2)

Question 13.13. (TCOs 7, 8)  Bill hates to clean up after dinner. One night, he volunteers to bathe the dog before cleaning up. When he finishes with the dog and returns to the kitchen, his wife has cleaned everything up for him. Which of the following statements is most likely true? (Points : 2)
Question 1.1. (TCOs 7, 8)  Dad is watching a home improvement show about how to install a new sink. He really wants to do it and watches the show intently. He knows that his wife will reward him when he is done. However, when he tests the new sink, water spurts everywhere. Taking the new sink apart, he finds that he has left out the crucial washers in the faucet assembly even though this was emphasized in the TV show. What part of Bandura’s theory of the necessary components of observational learning is most likely the reason for this disaster? (Points : 2)

Question 2.2. (TCO 7) Suzy looks up from her lunch, realizing that Jacques has just said something to her. What was it? Oh, yes, he has just asked her if she wants to go to the movies. Suzy’s ability to retrieve what Jacques said is due to her (Points : 2)

Question 3.3. (TCO 7) Rochelle remembered getting “B’s” in her English literature classes in college. But years later, when she applied for a job and took out her transcript, she was shocked to find that she had actually gotten “C–” grades. She then started telling everyone she remembers being a pretty poor student. Her erratic memory of her mediocre performance is most likely due to (Points : 2)

Question 4.4. (TCO 7) Moishe can remember only the first two items and the last two items on the grocery list that his wife just read to him over the phone. The other five items in between are gone. This is an example of the (Points : 2)

Question 5.5. (TCO 8)  Sally is enrolled in a high school geometry course, which she describes as “drawing figures and figuring drawings.” In a typical class, students draw geometric figures and use a formula to calculate an aspect of the figure, such as its area. Each time Sally uses a formula, she is making use of what psychologists call (Points : 2)

Question 6.6. (TCO 8)  Which of the following statements about gifted people is true? (Points : 2)

Question 7.7. (TCO 9) Sam is known to be the fastest worker in the mail room. He has worked in the mail room for only a short time, but prides himself on being competent and a quick learner. He often gets positive comments from coworkers and his boss, which helps to motivate him and has a positive effect as he continues to challenge himself at work. As a result of his efficient style, he is also given more freedom than other workers, because his boss is impressed by his ability to sort and organize mail. Sam is likely to be _____ motivated as he continues to challenge and push himself to perform even better each day. (Points : 2)

Question 8.8. (TCO 9)  Jack said, “I want to rule the world.” What type of need is this? (Points : 2)

Question 9.9. (TCO 9)  Although Kim just ate a huge meal and feels “stuffed,” the idea of a chocolate sundae is too good to pass up. Which motivational term explains the appeal of the sundae? (Points : 2)

Question 10.10. (TCO 11)  Carolyn took home some printer paper from the office. Later, she felt guilty for stealing it, so she brought some paper to work to replace what she took. Freud would suggest that Carolyn’s _____ was influencing her motives and behavior. (Points : 2)

Question 11.11. (TCO 11)  A famous psychologist argues that there are three factors that influence personality: environment, person, and behavior. This psychologist is most likely a _____ psychologist. (Points : 2)

Question 12.12. (TCO 11)  Travis is a participant in the X-Games every year, which features events that are high-flying and exhilarating to watch or participate in, but also very dangerous to the competitors. Because Travis is willing to take chances with his health to get the adrenaline rush from these sorts of events, Cost and McCrae would argue that he ranks high on which of the five factors? (Points : 2)

Question 1.1. (TCOs 2, 3, 4) What are the primary functions of the sympathetic and parasympathetic components of the peripheral nervous system? Describe a situation or experience in which activation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions has occurred. (Points : 10)

Question 2.2. (TCOs 5, 7) What are the main differences between physical dependence and psychological dependence? Give examples of both types of dependence. (Points : 10)

Question 3.3. (TCOs 7, 8) Agatha Harkness-Smythe is determined to ban guns in the United States. This is a controversial topic and social scientists have debated whether the ownership of guns by citizens increases or decreases crime. Agatha could go the library and research this, using the social science literature. Instead, Agatha just reads the local newspaper and only cuts out articles about robberies where the “bad guy” used a firearm. Agatha is using a heuristic device that is impeding or obstructing her thinking. Define this heuristic device. What might be a better way for her to examine the issue and avoid this mistake? (Points : 10)

Question 4.4. (TCOs 9, 11 ) What are the pros and cons of trait theories of personality? (Points : 10)

Question 5.5. (TCOs 7, 8) What is meant by a flashbulb memory? Describe its characteristics. Give an example that is well-known. Some psychologists are not impressed by these well-known examples of this phenomenon. What are some of the criticisms of the idea of flashbulb memory? (Points : 10) 


PSYC 110 Week 1 Chapter 1 Study Plan Updated

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Pre Test:

Question 1  What did Watson believe about behavior ?

Question 2  john Watson  believed that phobias

Question 3  the psychological perspective that is associated with William james is:

Question 4  freud believed that personality was formed;

Question 5  Dr. Edwards wants to show a causal relationship between tobacco smoking and cance. Dr. Edwards should:

Question 6  A researcher wants to sescribe chilren’s normal behavior on the play ground the best method for this research Is to use

Question 7  Dr. jonas wanted to determine what would happen if were give food every time completed a maze he believed they would learn to complete the maze faster this belief is called

Question 8  Mrs. O’connor participated in a study in which she was told she would try out a new allergy medicine . she was In the group that received a sugar pill but she believed that the pill did indeed help control her allergy symptoms. This phenomenon Is known as:

Question 9   When mary took the survey in the mall, she noticed that the interviewer was wearing an obama button. She answered the questions more favorably toward obama than she might otherwise have, probably because:

Question 10  Anna Is 45 years old and is suffering from hot flashes and extreme moodiness. From a(n)___ perspective, Anna’s symptoms can be attributed to menopause.

Question 11  Mrs. Lewis participated in a study in which she was given no treatment for her condition. Mrs.lewis was in the ____group.

Question 12  Sasha sat in the preschool classroom and watched the children play, writing down how well they interacted with each other. They children could see that sasha was watching them, so they made an attempt to be extra well behaved for her. Sasha’s research will be impacted by:

Question 13  Which of the following illustrates psychology’s goal of control?

Question 14  A drug company is determining the effects of a treatment for depression . Neither the researcher nor the participants know who is getting the treatment and who is given a sugar pill This type of study is

Question 15  Which of the following is a guideline for doing research with people?

Question 16  Freud’s theory of psychoanalysis:

Question 17  Mary is a psychologist who focuses on the role of the conscious and unconscious minds. To which perspective does Mary ascribe?

Question 18  ____ focuses on how people think, remember, store, and use information.

Question 19   Because  psychologists want to be precise and measure as carefully as they can, they use____ to study psychology.

Question 20  A _____ has a medical degree and is a medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders.

Question 21  Correlation will tell researchers all of the following EXCEPT _____ between variables.

Question 22  Researchers who allow their expectations about what they will see to affect the results of their observation studies are suffering from.

Question 23  If a correlation coefficient is positive.

Question 24   Experimenters control the effects of extraneous of confounding upon members of experimental and control groups by using.

Question 25  Researches use ____ for reducing bias and error in the measurement of dat.


Post Test:

Question 1   Who was the first female president of the American Psychological Assocition ?

Question 2   What did Watson believe about behavior ?

Question 3  Experiment control the effects of extraneous or confounding variable upon members of experimental and control group by using :

Question 4  In a negative correlation:

Question 5  If there is –––––––––in medical experiment, the control group will show changes in the dependent  variable even if they are given a harmless  substitute rather than a real drug. 

Question 6   All of the following statements about surveys are true EXCEPT :

Question 7   A————-has a medical degree and is a medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatments 

Question 8    Because psychologists want to be  precise and measures as carefully as they can, they use——–to study psychology.

Question 9   Mrs.’ Connor  participated in a study in which told she would try out a new allergy medicine. She was in the group that received in a sugar pill, but she believed that the pill did indeed help control her allergy symptoms. This Phenomenon is know as:

Question 10   Anna is 45 years old and is suffering from hot flashes and extreme moodiness. From a (n)––––––––perspective, Anna’s symptoms can be attributed to menopause.

Question 11  Which research method will allow researchers to determine the cause of a behavior? 

Question 12   Freud’s theory of psychoanalysis:

Question 13   The idea that sexual orientation may be related to the birth order of male children was posited by researchers in the field of

Question 14  Which of the following is a reason researchers prefer to use animals is experiments instead of humans?

Question 15  An institutional review board reviews. 

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PSYC 110 Week 1 Chapter 2 Study Plan Updated

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1.  A work-related accident left Bob with a paralyzed left arm and an inability to recognize the left side of           his visual field. Bob’s condition is called:

2.  If the pancreas secretes too much insulin, it results in a condition known as:

3.  According to the textbook, scientists are investigating the use of stem cells to:

4.  Which sense is the only one that is NOT processed through the thalamus?

5.  When people are walking, raising their hands in class, or smelling a flower, they are using the:

6.  The venom of a black widow spider is an example of a(n)………………….which mimics or enhances the effects of neurotransmitters.

7.  Which statement most accurately explains the difference in functioning between the right hemisphere of the brain and the left hemisphere’?

8. The job of the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system is to: control voluntary muscles.

9. The spinal cord’s outer section is made up of…………….and the inner section is made up of…………

10. The……………is a network of cells that carries information to and from all parts of the body.

11. The part of the autonomic nervous system known as the “eat-drink-and-rest” system is the:

12. The………….s composed of the brain and the spinal cord.

13. Neuroplastucuty is:

14. The saclike structures that are found at the end of a neuron’s axon and that contain neurotransmitters are called:

15. When the action potential gets to the end of the axon: the cell dies.

16. A branch of the life sciences that deals with the structure and functioning of the nervous system is called
17. Neurons fire:

18. Special types of glial cells generate a protective fatty substance called: 

19. When a neuron is at rest, the ions inside the cell are mostly ……………and ion outside the cell are mostly……………..

20. The adrenal glands are located right on top of:

21. The “master gland” that controls or influences all of the other endocrine glands is the:

22. Dorothy has spinocerebellar degeneration, a condition that is likely to cause her to have difficulty with:

23. The part of the brain that controls life•sustaining functions, such as heartbeat, breathing, and swallowing, is the:

24. A functional MRI (fMRI) and a PET scan both:

25. A(n)………………is used to record the activity of the cortex just below the skull.

Post Test:

1.  ………provides energy for the brain during stress.

2. What is the primary role of the adrenal glands?

4.  Which endocrine gland is located in the neck and regulates metabolism?

6. Why is the cortex so wrinkled?

7.  Which area of the brain influences sleep and dreaming?

8. Mr. Phillips is having a test to see if he is suffering from seizures. Electrodes are attached to his scalp to measure the electrical activity of the brain. Mr. Phillips is having a(n):

9. Unlike other glands, such as salivary or sweat glands, endocrine glands:

11. Which of the following is most closely related to the functioning of the parasympathetic division?

12. If the neurotransmitter affected by an antagonist is inhibitory itself, the result will be……… the activity of the cell.

14. The thalamus can be likened to a:

16. Melissa is walking around barefoot and steps on a sharp nail. She feels the pain and immediately pulls her foot off the ground away from the nail Which neurons were involved in her response?

26. The first identified neurotransmitter was:

27. In the disease………….,the myelin sheath is destroyed.

29. When neurons fire and transmit messages, they:

30. Special types of glial cells generate a protective fatty substance called:

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PSYC 110 Week 1 DQ 1 Psychological Research Updated

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The text gives seven major perspectives in modern psychology. These perspectives are based on observations of how people think, feel, and act. Select a perspective that you think best explains human behavior and evaluate it for strengths and weaknesses.

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PSYC 110 Week 1 DQ 2 Biological Foundations Updated

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An ongoing debate continues on the influence of nature and nurture on human behavior. If you had to argue that either genetics (nature) or environment (nurture) has the greater impact on human development, which would you pick and why?

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PSYC 110 Week 2 Chapter 3 Study Plan Updated

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1. A highly saturated red color would contain _____________wavelengths.

2. The three aspects to the perception of light are brightness, color, and:

3. What are the three primary colors of light?

4. Which of the following is TRUE about color blindness?

5. Where is the retina located?

6. Rods are visual sensory receptors responsible for:

7. Terry stepped on a nail while walking around barefoot in her yard one week ago. The spot where the skin was punctured still hurts, reminding her to take it easy on her foot. The soreness Terry is experiencing is known as _____________pain.

8. Which of the following statements best explains how the sense of taste works?

9. The term refers to stimuli that are below the level of conscious awareness.

10. The tendency of the brain to stop attending to constant, unchanging information is known as:

11. The ___________is the lowest level of stimulation that a person can consciously detect 50 percent of the time the stimulation is present.

12. .   ___________can inhibit the transmission of pain signals in the brain.

13. According to gate-control theory:

14. .  Motion sickness can be explained by:

15. Nerve hearing impairment can be helped with the use of:

16. Which mammals have the ability to hear up to 200,000 Hz?

17. People who have difficulty with their hearing are said to be either totally or partially:

18. In 1996, Lindemann proposed a fifth primary receptor that detects which type of taste?

19. What is the common name for the taste receptor cells?

20. Which of the following is TRUE about pictorial depth cues?

21. The use of preexisting knowledge to organize individual features into a unified whole is known as:

22. In Gestalt theories, the principle of closure refers to the tendency to:


23. Which of the following is TRUE about depth perception?

24.  __________refers to a rapid series of still pictures that seem to be in motion.

25.  Research suggests that perception may be influenced by all of the following EXCEPT:



     1. Which is one of the five basic tastes?

     6. The __________  is the lowest level of stimulation that a person can consciously detect 50 

         percent of the  time the stimulation is present

     7. The sense of pain can be diminished by:

   10. The best current explanation for how pain works is the:

   11. The body’s reaction to dizziness with nausea is:

   18. The most common cause of conduction hearing impairment is:

   19. What portion of the ear serves as a funnel for sound from the outside world?

   24.  _________cells have a single dendrite at one end and a single axon at the other.

   29. Why is it that people who live in Western cultures are more susceptible to the MUller-Lyer
Illusion than those who do not?

   30. Artists use the trick of ___________________to give the illusion of depth in a painting.

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1 Natural cycles of activity that bodies must go through are called:

2 Delta waves are predominant in which stage of sleep?

3 Which of the following is TRUE about night terrors? 

4 A person with sleep apnea:

5 Which of the following parts of the body controls the sleep-wake cycle?

6 Withdrawal is a sign of:

7 Which of the following is NOT true about psychoactive drugs?

8 Which of the following kills the most people in the United States every year?

9 Opium and its derivatives, morphine and heroin, duplicate the action of which of the following?

10 Even in mild doses. marijuana negatively affects:

11 Methamphetamine is an example of a:

12 Barbiturates are known as:

13 Calvin Hall concluded that:

14 In the ____________ dreams are less realistic because they come not from the outside world of reality but from within people’s memories and experiences.

15 The __________of a dream is the actual dream itself.

16 On Sara’s walk to campus one morning, she was thinking about what a nice day it was, how many people were already on campus. and how she had to stop by the bookstore on her way to class. Sara was experiencing:

17 Niles has begun to fall asleep suddenly during the day, sometimes in inappropriate places. Niles is most likely suffering from:

18 Nightmares are more common in children than in adults because ________.

19 Derek was tying on the couch and had fallen asleep when all of a sudden his body jerked, and he woke up because he felt like he was falling. Derek was most likely in which stage of sleep?

20 Debbie’s psychoanalyst tells her that the monster in her dream symbolizes her abusive father He is discussing the dream’s:

21 Theodora suffers from an inability to get to sleep and to stay asleep. Which of the following would help Theodora with her insomnia?

22 Hypnosis is unable to do which of the following?

23 The key to hypnosis seems to be:

24 In Hilgard’s theory, the _____remains aware of what is going on during hypnosis.

25 Mariam takes 20 minutes daily to sit by herself and meditate. A fully meditative state is a form of:



4.   ____________ causes dehydration and a rise in body temperature.    

 11. The ___________ is the internal clock that tells people when to wake up and when  to fall asleep. 

14.  In studies in which volunteers spend several days without access to information  about day or night, their sleep—wake cycles:   

15.  A sudden loss of muscle tone is called:    

20. The social-cognitive theory of hypnosis assumes that people who are hypnotized are:

21.  If your psychoanalyst tells you that your emergence from a bathtub in your dream is symbolic of being born, she is talking about your dream’s:

22. While many people take LSD in order to experience its hallucinogenic qualities, why can this become a dangerous activity?

27. Driving and talking on a cell phone at the same time is an example of a state of:

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PSYC 110 Week 2 DQ 1 Sensation and Perception Updated

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Sensation and perception are two different processes. Does sensory stimulus shape our perceptions? Do our perceptions misinterpret our sensations? How does that happen?

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1) Which of the following would be considered negative reinforcement?

2) A typical use of applied behavior analysis is:

3) After having many cavities fixed as a child, Kyle now has an active dislike of the dentist’s drill. His tendency to become anxious when hearing a similar-sounding noise is termed:

4) Whenever Vernon comes home too late on a Saturday night, his parents refuse to give him his weekly allowance. Vernon’s parents are using what technique to modify his behavior?

5) After a lengthy period during which the UCS was not applied, Pavlois dogs stopped responding to the metronome. If a weaker conditioned response to the metronome occurred at some point after this, it would be a demonstration of:

6) This scientist conducted research to establish the theory known as cognitive perspective.

7) The response that is given to the conditioned stimulus is not usually quite as strong as the original unconditioned response ___________________.

8) In his classical conditioning experiment, Pavlov’s dogs were conditioned to salivate when they:

9) The cognitive perspective of classical conditioning involves:

10) Changes such as an increase in height or the size of the brain are called:

11) Further studies that followed KOhler’s work with chimpanzees:

12) In his study of rats in mazes, Tolman concluded that the rats in the group that did not receive reinforcement for solving the maze had:

13) Which of the following individuals believed that cognition was an important part of behavior?

14) The learning/performance distinction is a kind of:

15) Which psychologist is best known for working with children and a Bobo doll to study whether aggressive behavior is learned by watching others be aggressive?

16) The four elements of observational learning are attention, memory, _________, and_____________.

17) A behavior is more resistant to extinction if it is: 

18) One of B. F. Skinner’s famous experiments involved:

19) A recent study suggests a link between spanking and:

20) Small steps in behavior that are reinforced, one after the other, to create a particular goal behavior are known as:

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