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Question number: 1143

» Biological Bases of Behavior » Neural Transmission

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If Mary stepped on a nail, which is the correct order of communication for her to feel the pain?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Electrical impulse-stimulus-receptor site-neurotransmitter

b.

Receptor site-neurotransmitter-electrical impulse-stimulus

c.

Electrical impulse-receptor site-stimulus-neurotransmitter

d.

Stimulus-electrical impulse-receptor site-neurotransmitter

e.

Stimulus-electrical impulse-neurotransmitter-receptor site

Question number: 1144

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Stability & Change

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Which combination could not produce a blue-eyed child?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Each of the above could produce a black-eyed child.

b.

Each of the above could produce a blue-eyed child.

c.

blue-eyed father, brown-eyed mother

d.

both parents have green eyes

e.

brown-eyed father, blue-eyed mother

Question number: 1145

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Treatment Approaches

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According to ________, each person creates his or her private world by making choices in order to confront and overcome feelings of meaninglessness and isolation.

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a.

structuralists

b.

psychoanalysts

c.

existential therapists

d.

Carl Rogers

e.

Gestalt therapists

Question number: 1146

» Sensation & Perception » Thresholds

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What is Weber’s law?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

The idea that the least amount of energy detected in a stimulation only occurs 50 percent of the time

b.

The principle that there is an adjustment of sensation levels depending on the stimulation received

c.

The smallest change in stimulation that can be detected 50 percent of the time

d.

The principle that the just-noticeable difference for any given sense is a constant proportion of the stimulation being judged

e.

The theory that all stimuli respond to the same sensations through the process of creating meaningful patterns

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