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Question number: 572

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The corpus callosum is responsible for

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Choice (4)Response

a.

verbal processing.

b.

relaying information between the right and left hemispheres.

c.

dreams.

d.

sleep.

Question number: 573

» Learning » Social Learning Theory

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Jolly watches a violent TV show and then pretends to shoot her sister Molly with a toy pistol. A psychologist would say that Jolly has learned this behavior by ________.

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Vicarious learning

b.

Latent learning

c.

Learning set

d.

Operant conditioning

Question number: 574

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Endocrine System

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What effect do neurotransmitters from one neuron have on the next neuron?

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They may excite or inhibit it.

b.

They don’t move from one neuron to another.

c.

They have no effect.

d.

They inhibit it.

Question number: 575

» Therapeutic Approaches » Hypnosis

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Who introduced force called “animal magnetism, ” or hypnosis in late 1700s?

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a.

William James

b.

Sigmund Freud

c.

Ernest Hilgard

d.

Anton Mesmer

Question number: 576

» Therapeutic Approaches » Hypnosis

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Which of the following given below is not a real-world application of hypnosis?

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Stop overeating

b.

Marriage counseling

c.

Remember a painful event

d.

Stop smoking

Question number: 577

» Personality » Trait Approach

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According to Eysenck’s three-factor theory of personality, which one of the following factors refers to a person’s level of stability/instability?

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a.

psychoticism

b.

conscientiousness

c.

neuroticism

d.

extraversion

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