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Question number: 1611

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The moon illusion is best explained by

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Choice (4)Response

a.

convergence.

b.

accomodation.

c.

the effects of depth cues on apparent distance.

d.

magnification caused by the denser atmosphere along the horizon.

Question number: 1612

» Sleep » Stages of Sleep

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From deep sleep to alert awareness of the environment, which one of the following is involved in regulating the degrees of arousal?

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a.

ATAS

b.

RAAS

c.

ARAS

d.

ARPS

Question number: 1613

» Work Psychology & Organizational Behavior » Stress

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“Animals and people are particularly prone to stress when they can’t or think they can’t control their immediate environment”, it was said by ________.

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a.

Woolfolk and Richardson (1978)

b.

Bandura (1986)

c.

Gazzaniga (1988)

d.

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Question number: 1614

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The somatosensory area is located in the

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a.

occipital lobes.

b.

temporal lobes.

c.

parietal lobes.

d.

frontal lobes.

Question number: 1615

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Neurons

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Neurons come in many sizes and shapes, but they have certain features in common. Each has a cell body that contains the machinery to keep the neuron alive, and each has two types of fiber ________.

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a.

Dendrites and an axon

b.

Axon and myelin sheath

c.

Cell membrane and myelin sheath

d.

Dendrites and cell membrane

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