FS13 Exam 2 - E2 Psych1000 F2013 Please Bubble in your...

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E2 Psych1000 F2013. Please Bubble in your name (Last First) and Student # 1. Which is TRUE about the studies of coma patients asked to imagine playing tennis or walking through a house discussed in class: 1. All coma patients show brain activity when asked to imagine doing those activities 2. When brain activity is seen, it is different than that in normal subjects asked to do the same 3. Brain activity can be accurately used to answer questions in a small subset of coma patients 4. All of the above are true 2. Patients with total awareness but unable to communicate are classified as 1. Minimally conscious 2. In a persistent vegetative state 3. in a coma 4. In locked-in syndrome 3. Frank Tong and colleagues superimposed a house onto a face and asked participants to make judgments about what they saw. What were the participants’ brain responses? 1. The brain activity was different depending on whether they saw a house vs. a face 2. The brain noticed both equally, meaning that eventually everything becomes conscious. 3. The unconscious brain became confused and thus the participants were unable to see either the house or the face. 4. The brain emitted large, slow-wave activity equally for both images. 4. After split-brain surgery, a picture of a chair is shown to the right hemisphere of a patient. When asked what she saw, the patient states she saw _____, but when given a pencil she draws _____. 1. a chair; nothing 3. a chair; a chair 2. nothing; a chair 4. nothing, nothing 5. According to Gazzaninga, the interpreter effect refers to the: 1. propensity of the right hemisphere to construct a world that makes sense 2. propensity of the left hemisphere to construct a world that makes sense 3. ability of the right hemisphere to begin to interpret language 4. ability of the left hemisphere to interpret language for the right hemisphere 6. In the split-brain video shown in class, Joe was shown pictures of faces made up of individual vegetables or books and asked what he saw. If the face was shown to his left hemisphere 1. He picked a face 2. He picked vegetables or books 3. He always picked face because humans are adapted to identify upright faces 4. He always picked vegetable or book because he couldn't synthesize the individual parts into a whole 7. Which one is a function of the right hemisphere 1. interpreter of our actions 3. spatial processing 2. sequential processing 4. language processing 8. A person whose EEG shows predominantly theta waves is most likely: 1. awake 3. in stage 4 sleep
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