Behavioral Neuroscience-Sensory Structures and Processes (GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology): Questions 1 - 4 of 4

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Question number: 1

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A significant number of partially deaf people have been fitted with electronic ear implants connected with the

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Choice (4) Response

a.

middle ear

b.

ossicles

c.

inner ear

d.

cochlea

Question number: 2

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Harlow, in experiment with social isolation in monkeys, found each of the following EXCEPT that

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a.

for normal development, monkeys must be exposed to their biological parents

b.

socially isolated adult females did not exhibit normal maternal behavior

c.

exposure to a peer group is an important factor in developing mature behavior

d.

socially isolated adult males did not exhibit normal sexual behavior

Question number: 3

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A sign stimulus serves to trigger

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a.

a homing mechanism

b.

a fixed action pattern

c.

a pheromone reaction

d.

a variable-interval ratio

Question number: 4

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When a neural impulse reaches the tip of the axon terminal

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Choice (4) Response

a.

the synaptic end bulb sends an electrical current into the dendrites of the next neuron

b.

the synaptic end bulb locks into the receptor sites on the post-synaptic dendrites

c.

synaptic vesicles in the synaptic end bulb release neurotransmitters that cross the synaptic cleft and lock into receptor sites on the post-synaptic neuron

d.

synaptic bulb fires

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