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Question number: 630

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Modes of Therapy » Behavior

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A behavior therapy technique known as ________, applies principles of classical conditioning to replace unpleasant emotional responses to stimuli with more pleasant adaptive responses

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Choice (5)Response

a.

aversion therapy

b.

counterconditioning

c.

systematic desensitization

d.

operant conditioning

e.

in vivo desensitization

Question number: 631

» Biological Bases of Behavior » Functional Organization of Nervous System

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What are the neurons that carry information away from the spinal cord to produce responses in various muscles or organs throughout the body known as?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Sensor neurons

b.

Neurotransmitters

c.

Interneurons

d.

Afferent neurons

e.

Efferent neurons

Question number: 632

» Biological Bases of Behavior » The Brain » Older Brain Structures

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The group of brain structures that influence emotion, motivation, and memory, and consequently the individual’s survival, is known as the:

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a.

cerebral cortex

b.

endocrine system

c.

cerebellum

d.

limbic system

e.

reticular formation

Question number: 633

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Modes of Therapy » Behavior

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Behavior modification might be considered optimistic because it views mental disorders as

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a.

learned responses that cannot be unlearned.

b.

biochemical imbalances that can be balanced.

c.

an expression of repressed impulses that can be freed.

d.

learned responses that can be unlearned.

e.

the result of only temporary blockages to a natural tendency for growth.

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