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Question number: 1284

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Endocrine System

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The chemicals released at an axon terminal are called

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neurotransmitters.

b.

nerve impulse.

c.

neural facilitators.

d.

synaptic facilitators.

Question number: 1285

» Mental Disorders » Anxiety

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If a person washes his hands 100 times a day, the behavior will be labeled disordered because it is:

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An atypical behavior

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Unjustified and maladaptive

c.

Highly adjusted individual

d.

Not explained by the medical model

Question number: 1286

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The stated purpose of cryonic suspension is to

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place the terminally ill in suspended animation until a cure can be found.

b.

preserve the body after death in hopes that future revival will become possible.

c.

allow death to occur with a minimum of suffering.

d.

not to preserve the body after death.

Question number: 1287

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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The term phenomenology refers to:

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A science of understanding

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Scientific study of “queer” occurrences

c.

Detailed analysis of our sensations

d.

“Native” description of our immediate experience

Question number: 1288

» Mental Disorders » Substance Use Disorder

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The abrupt cessation of ingestion of a psychoactive drug may result in ________ after chronic, long-term use.

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withdrawal symptoms

b.

hallucination

c.

dependency symptoms

d.

hypnosis

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