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Question number: 3697

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Endocrine System

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Hormones

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Choice (4) Response

a.

are related to neurotransmitters.

b.

are the electrical messengers of the glands.

c.

are similar to neurotransmitters, but unlike neurotransmitters, hormones do not require receptor sites.

d.

generally maintain a steady state in our bodily functions.

Question number: 3698

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Each gene is made up of ________.

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a.

DNA

b.

Chromosome

c.

RNA

d.

All of the above

Question number: 3699

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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A person rattles the box of dog’s biscuits before giving the biscuit to the dog. As the person rattles the box the dog begins to salivate. Thus rattling of the box is ________; and the salivation of the dog is a kind of ________

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a.

CS; UCR

b.

CS; CR

c.

UCS; CR

d.

UCS; UCR

Question number: 3700

» Learning » Extinction

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If the conditioned stimulus is presented many times without reinforcement, we can expect

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a.

extinction to occur.

b.

the strength of the UR to increase.

c.

an increase in stimulus generalization.

d.

an increase in response generalization.

Question number: 3701

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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Just above the midbrain, forming a kind of expanded bulb on top of the brain stem, is the region of the forebrain known as ________.

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a.

Occipital lobe

b.

Hypothalamus

c.

Thalamus

d.

Corpus callosum

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