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Question number: 1133

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nerve Impulse

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A nerve cell carrying information from your eyes, ears, fingers, etc. toward the CNS is called a (n)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

somatic neuron.

b.

connector neuron.

c.

effector cell.

d.

sensory neuron.

Question number: 1134

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The ________ believe that depth perception is inborn.

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a.

humanists

b.

behaviorists

c.

nativists

d.

empiricists

Question number: 1135

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs

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Development of any skill depends intimately on:

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a.

Feedback

b.

Kinesthetic stimulation

c.

Muscle facility

d.

Abstractions

Question number: 1136

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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Freud believed that at each psychosexual stage a different part of the body becomes

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a.

an erogenous zone.

b.

a source for modeling.

c.

trait governed

d.

archetypical.

Question number: 1137

» Mental Disorders » Hysteria

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The ________ viewpoint of depression suggests that depressed people hold negative views of themselves, of their current circumstances, and of their future possibilities.

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a.

behavioral

b.

humanistic

c.

cognitive

d.

psychoanalytic

Question number: 1138

» Sleep » Sleep Disorders

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Why is REM sleep is also known as paradoxical sleep?

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a.

Measures of the brain activity closely resemble waking consciousness, but the person is incapable of moving.

b.

The person can have night terrors during this stage but will not remember them in the morning.

c.

The person’s vital signs are very slow, but the person can get up and walk around.

d.

Measures of the brain activity closely resemble waking consciousness, but the person is in the deepest stage of sleep.

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