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Question number: 349

» Abnormal Psychology » Diagnosis of Psychopathology

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So-called “functional” and “organic” psychoses are:

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Functional and organic both

b.

Clearly differentiated as to origin

c.

Not clearly distinguishable

d.

Really both organic in origin

Question number: 350

» Biological Bases of Behavior » The Brain » Cerebral Cortex

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As a result of her car accident, Marry suffered damage to her Broca’s area of the brain. What will be the symptoms?

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Choice (4) Response
a.

Inability to see color

b.

Inability to speak in fluent sentences

c.

Inability to remember short term

d.

Inability to remember long term

Question number: 351

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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A personality theory is a (n)

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

unrelated concepts used to explain personality

b.

interrelated system of concepts used to explain personality.

c.

relatively permanent set of behavior patterns.

d.

subjective evaluation of a person.

Question number: 352

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Memory » Encoding

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After forgetting the combination to several other locks, Tom was trying to remember the combination 19, 20, 9 and he thinks of the year 1929. What is this method to remembering known as?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Elaborate rehearsal

b.

Chunking

c.

Decoding

d.

Short-term memory

Question number: 353

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Mechanics

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Illusions differ from hallucinations in that

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

illusions are based on perceptions that have no external reality.

b.

hallucinations are simply misjudgments of sensory information.

c.

illusions are based on perceptual learning.

d.

illusions are based on absence of stimuli.

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