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Question number: 3659

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Sensation

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The greater the sensitivity of a part of the body,

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a.

the smaller the area of somatosensory cortex associated with it.

b.

the larger the area of the cerebellum associated with it.

c.

the larger the area of somatosensory cortex associated with it.

d.

the smaller the area of motor cortex associated with it.

Question number: 3660

» Introduction to Psychology » Schools of Psychology

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According to John B. Watson, psychology is the study of

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the mind.

b.

mental states.

c.

behavior.

d.

conscious experience.

Question number: 3661

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Motion Perception

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Stroboscopic motion, the kind seen in movies and on television, is a common example of ________.

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a.

Induced motion

b.

Apparent motion

c.

Real motion

d.

Stroboscopic motion

Question number: 3662

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Ivan P. Pavlov was a ________.

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Russian Psychologist

b.

American Psychologist

c.

French Psychologist

d.

German Psychologist

Question number: 3663

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs » Ear

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External ear ________.

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Collects the energy

b.

transmits and transducts energy

c.

Helps in transduction of energy

d.

Transmits the energy

Question number: 3664

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Neurotransmitters

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Airborne chemical signals which greatly affect mating, sexual behavior, and territorial marking among animals are called

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Pheromones.

b.

anosmias.

c.

lock and key signals.

d.

hormones.

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