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Question number: 2627

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Neurons

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The charge that exists across the nerve cell membrane is a result of differing

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a.

types of neurotransmitters on either side of the nerve cell membrane.

b.

types of neurons inside and outside the nerve cell membrane.

c.

amounts of DNA and RNA.

d.

concentrations of ions on either side of the nerve cell membrane.

Question number: 2628

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Theories of classical conditioning try to describe and give order to the results of the many experiments, many conditioning experiments that have been done; they are often ________ in form.

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Numerical

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Mathematical

c.

Theoretical

d.

Algebraic

Question number: 2629

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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In Pavlov’s experiments with dogs, the bell (prior to conditioning) was the

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neutral stimulus.

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unconditioned response.

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conditioned stimulus.

d.

unconditioned stimulus.

Question number: 2630

» Memory » Basics of Memory

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The word used to describe how information gets into the memory system is

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retrieval.

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encoding.

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recall.

d.

displacement.

Question number: 2631

» Research Aptitude » Hypothesis

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In the early 1900s, some differential psychologists advocated the controversial, and unsubstantiated belief in the superiority of the male intellect, a belief derived from evolutionary theory known as:

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eugenics

b.

stereotype threat

c.

factor analysis

d.

variability hypothesis

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