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Question number: 1911

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The cerebral cortex is

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a.

the bundle of fibers connecting the cerebral hemispheres.

b.

the two large hemispheres that cover the upper part of the brain.

c.

the highest and largest brain area in humans.

d.

the outer layer of the cerebrum.

Question number: 1912

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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Psychology is considered a science because it

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accepts what seems plausible and sensible.

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gains information through new methods and technology.

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relies on direct observation and measurement of behavior.

d.

studies animal as well as human behavior.

Question number: 1913

» Intelligence » Factors Affecting Intelligence

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________ is a genetically induced lack of an important enzyme.

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Microcephaly

b.

Cretinism

c.

Phenylketonuria (PKU)

d.

Hydrocephaly

Question number: 1914

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs » Touch

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Which of the following body areas is most sensitive to pain?

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behind the knee

b.

the thumb pad

c.

the buttocks

d.

the cheek

Question number: 1915

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Sensation

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The sensation you experience ultimately depends on which of the following?

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the particular area of the brain that is activated

b.

the nature of the sensory receptors activated

c.

the pathways traveled by nerve impulses from sensory receptors

d.

the particular processes involved in transduction

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