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Question number: 816

» Drugs & Its Induced Changes » Categories of Drugs

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Of the following categories of psychoactive drugs, which results in extreme alterations in consciousness, including a sense of timelessness and feelings of depersonalization?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

stimulants

b.

hallucinogens

c.

barbiturates

d.

entactogens

Question number: 817

» Language » Stages of Language Development

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The ability to speak two languages is referred to as

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a.

linguistics.

b.

bilingualism.

c.

bi-languagism.

d.

multilingualism.

Question number: 818

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The idea that many people seem unable to detect gradual but deadly trends in modern civilization is an example of

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Choice (4)Response

a.

the “Hawthorne Effect. ”

b.

the “von Restorff Phenomenon. ”

c.

the “Boiled Frog Syndrome. ”

d.

the “Zeigarnik Effect. ”

Question number: 819

» Therapeutic Approaches » Biofeedback Therapy

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Ergotism refers to

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Choice (4)Response

a.

a primitive form of drug therapy.

b.

a form of possession or madness.

c.

a treatment designed to expand sensory experience.

d.

reactions to chemicals found in a fungus.

Question number: 820

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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A reference group is

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a.

any group whose values and attitudes are not seen as relevant to one’s own.

b.

any group outside one’s social distance boundaries.

c.

one with which a person has face-to-face contact.

d.

any group whose values and attitudes are seen as relevant to one’s own.

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