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Question number: 1464

» Therapeutic Approaches » Biofeedback Therapy

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A researcher seeking an organic basis for schizophrenia would be well-advised to investigate the role of

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a.

adrenaline and noradrenaline.

b.

amphetamines and amphetamine receptors.

c.

histamine and antihistamine.

d.

dopamine and dopamine receptors.

e.

dopamine and amphetamine receptors.

Question number: 1465

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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Twenty extremely accurate clocks are locked in two bank vaults (ten in each). A subject who claims to have paranormal powers concentrates on the clocks in one of the vaults, attempting to make them run faster. If she succeeds, she will have demonstrated

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clairvoyance.

b.

telepathy.

c.

precognition.

d.

psychokinesis.

e.

mesmerism.

Question number: 1466

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The unconscious perception of stimuli that are too weak to exceed the absolute threshold for detection is known as ________.

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response bias

b.

just noticeable difference

c.

subliminal perception

d.

depth perception

e.

difference threshold

Question number: 1467

» Sleep » Sleep Disorders

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A sleep disorder in which an awake person suffers from repeated, sudden, and irresistible REM sleep attacks is known as:

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insomnia

b.

narcolepsy

c.

Circadian rhythm sleep disorder

d.

somnambulism

e.

sleep apnea

Question number: 1468

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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Assembling sensations into usable patterns is called

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habituation.

b.

evaluation.

c.

perception.

d.

sensation.

e.

attention.

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