AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology: Questions 227 - 231 of 1651

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Question number: 227

» Motivation & Emotion » Biological Bases

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You are feeling happy and sad at the same time. Research into brain activity would indicate that processing is primarily occurring in

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

the midbrain.

b.

both hemispheres.

c.

cerebral cortex.

d.

the right hemisphere.

e.

the left hemisphere.

Question number: 228

» History, Approaches & Research Methods » Approaches & Perspectives

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Which of the following is considered by the text to be a pseudo-psychology?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

behaviorism

b.

cognitive psychology

c.

functionalism

d.

Gestalt psychology

e.

astrology

Question number: 229

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Prenatal Development & the Newborn

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Another name for a newborn baby is a (n)

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

embryo.

b.

fetus.

c.

neonate.

d.

zygote.

e.

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Question number: 230

» Biological Bases of Behavior » The Brain » Cerebral Cortex

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Wernicke Aphasia seems to be correlated with lesions to the:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Parietal lobes of brain

b.

Temporal lobes of brain

c.

Frontal lobes of brain

d.

Cerebellar cortex of brain

e.

Motor Cortex of brain

Question number: 231

» Abnormal Psychology » Diagnosis of Psychopathology

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The most widely used system of psychological classification today is

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-I).

b.

to be found in the Federal Uniform Code of Psychopathology (UCP).

c.

the Freudian Psychoanalytic System (FPS).

d.

the system designed by Emil Kraepelin and Eugen Bleuler.

e.

found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).

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