Biological Basis of Psychology-Brain (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 44 - 48 of 195

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Question number: 44

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Your brain knows that you have stubbed your toe because

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myelin sheaths transfer that information to the brain.

b.

afferent nerves transfer that information to the brain.

c.

dopamine transfers that information to the brain.

d.

glial cells transfer that information to the brain.

Question number: 45

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What is the mental state that encompasses the thoughts, feelings, and perceptions that occur when we are reasonably alert?

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Alert consciousness

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Altered state of consciousness

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Preconscious

d.

Waking consciousness

Question number: 46

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A barefoot child steps on a bee, then jerks his or her foot back in response to the sting. This response has likely involved all parts of the nervous system EXCEPT

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motor neurons.

b.

the spinal cord.

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spinal nerves.

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the brain.

Question number: 47

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Parkinson disease is associated with damage to the

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thalamus.

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basal ganglia.

c.

hypothalamus.

d.

reticular formation.

Question number: 48

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What is the basis for center of the activation-synthesis hypothesis of dreaming?

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The conscious needs to express unfulfilled wishes.

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Dreams provide an outlet for repressed thoughts.

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Dreams allow the individual to work out daily hassles.

d.

Dreams provide explanations for physiological activity.

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