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Question number: 345

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs

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When the molecules of any spray enter your nose, they are transformed into electrical signals which is interpreted by the brain as a nasty odor. This is ________.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Stimulation

b.

Adaptation

c.

Transduction

d.

Sensation

e.

Perception

Question number: 346

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The rapid and early learning of permanent behavior patterns during critical periods of development in birds and other animals is called

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Choice (5) Response

a.

learned referencing.

b.

emotional referencing.

c.

social referencing.

d.

imprinting.

e.

separation anxiety.

Question number: 347

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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The ________ perspective of psychology studies how individuals respond to the basic philosophical issues of life, such as death, meaning, freedom, and isolation.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

psychoanalytic

b.

phenomenological

c.

existential

d.

humanistic

e.

cognitive

Question number: 348

» Motivation » Motivation and Motivational Cycle

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If an overweight adult was overfed as a child, as an adult he or she will have ________ fat cells.

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a.

larger

b.

less and smaller

c.

more

d.

the same number of

e.

more and larger

Question number: 349

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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So-called “functional” and “organic” psychoses are:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Functional and organic both

b.

Really both organic in origin

c.

Clearly differentiated as to origin

d.

Really both functional in origin

e.

Not clearly distinguishable

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