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Unformatted text preview: Vsycln- 10' Dmham D-vrhnlm -- Oulz I i 1. Colin Tumbull studied the BaMbuti pygmes, Human people that spend their lives in a very dense forest. He discovered that they did not understand that even though an object viewed from hundreds of yards away appeared smaller than if it were only a few feet away, it was actually the same size. In other words, they demonstrated a failure in size constancy. This failure of size constancy is evidence for th’mplr" l L .sm 2. A scientist conducts an experiment that looks at how exercise afl'ects stress. She randomly assigns her participants to one of three groups. The first group exercises for 30 minutes, the second group exercises for an hour, and the third group doesn’t . exercise at all. The scientist then measures each participant’s level of stress. an twig agent? -. x it rim not foW 9% _ , - In e expenm tdescn above, the independent variable 13 fig} C63; wgfiegmewempmdmfaElmgabglzgffi igloésfxc r L fist-S 'ENL a.) WW. I‘) a“ bout 3. A scienti 1 0 study e re 21qu between the number of hours spent at the library and GPA. He disoovers a strong positive correlation between the two variables. Which of the following alight be might be r, his correlation coeflicient? a. 0.00 b. + 0.50 c. - 0.80 4. Electrodes are attached to the scalp, allowing one to record the electrical activity of large groups of neurons. This describes which of the following tools that scientists use to study the brain: ’ PET scan " . EEG _> . MRI (1. Gross examination 5. Which part of the brain is the most rudimentary and fundamental (has structures that control our respiration, motér’control, etc.) to life? Midbrain 9Q Hindbrain c. Limbic system ® Forebrain / W. M Dmhtfi’a \ \ 0 \‘ Quiz 4: Consciousness _____,__._—-—-— ____.—_n——- l. (me) says that the mainpurposce of sleep is to increase a species’ survival while (the) Suggests that We sleep to recharge our bodies and recover from fatigue. a. Activation-synthesis Theory; Freud’ s Psychoanalytic Theory '0. Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory; Activation-synthesis Theory @Evolutionarnyircadian Rhythm Model; Restoration Model . l (1. Restoration Model; Evolutionarleircadian Rhythm Model 2. List two ways that REM sleep is different from the other stagesof . sleep- “1 arm ElS . 3 7i ‘ \ PSN-{Glncivqfwdt QVL‘JVKSG‘i H'lULE-CLMA— 3. An agonist is a drug that increases the activity of a neurotransmitter while an antagonist decreases/inhibits the activity of a neurotransmitter. Give one example of how A _ omgpaé can affect neurotransmission. mm if! "r “('4 C V5 0” r. - Way‘slnt Htiv‘g m Giff/{WIN M01.“ Hex—U0 v \\ Ago '51: X W1 lg“ 46107“ An gonist ' "Tran mHHv'S cit'ctca'ycs astute: c (mad 1 4. Some individuals believe that when we sleep, the brainstem bombards higher brain areas with random neural activity, which is ‘l a interpreted by the cerebral cortex, giving rise'to a drea'in. This is known as (the) i “i ' _: Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory Activation-Symhesis Theory c. Evolutionary! Circadian Rhythms Model d. Restoration Model i 5. What might cause a person’s circadian rhythms to be disrupted? ‘ a. Studying on Friday night instead of having fun by Flying to Eurofie (jet lag) " c. Staying up until 4AM 2 nights a week (to study IL” psychology) when you normal bedtime is 12AM @ bandc //7 Evan. \U\ 0 .a Didi/WM i [0 Quiz 3 : Sensation Nan ______._—-——— lD# 1. Which of the following statements about the cones islare true‘? a. Cones are receptors for color \h‘ Cones are reccptors for black and white . Cones are primarily located in the fovea of the retina a and c only 2. Let us assume you are 1 will send information via the ventral stream to the cessing of WHAT you ' i ‘jgmgg ml lobe for further pro on via the dorsal stream to the see (i.e., a bird); and informati pan fi-fl Q lobe regarding WHERE the bird is. eby external characte neural ' coking at a bird. The occipital lobe ' 4. Which of the following statements about frequency is true? a. Frequency determines pitch b. Frequency determines amplitude c. Frequency is involved in‘olfaction d. , Frequency is involved in gustation \i sound (the hair cells) located? 5. Where the receptors for 2 a.) In the Organ of Corti in the Cochlea . In the tympanic membrane c. In the Ossieles d. In the Auditory Cortex / l’SyCh. lot lam-w Quiz 9 (Social Psychology) Name / O IDil:w ion to the mixed tindrngs of social influence research like that of Norman Tripplett, who found that most children reeled fishing line more quickly when they competed against other children rather than against themselves, while some reeled more slowly when competing against other children rather than against themselves. His solution was called the a. Social influence effect Social facilitation effect c. Social psychology Autokinetic effect . Robert Zajonc proposed a solut a dot of light is projected onto the dark room, and sis know as the 2. A person is in a completely ot oilight appears to move. Thi wall. After a little while, t f! 7 N . . . ent, in which subjects were asked to match a 3 In Asch’s line experim ine to one of three other lines, it was found that individuals are influenced even if the information is a. subjective b. visual (objective d. presented in a group _/ . ,4. Stanley Milgram‘s experiment demonstrated that human beings will follow the orders of an authority figure even if it means a. verbally abusing another person risking the life of another person c. breaking the law (1. exposing a person to deadly amo % After about 35 years of age, cognitive abilities such as speed of process ,I to decline. However, we tend to improve in our / a. Mathematical ability b. memory unts of poison ing begin I Keg creativity Kid. Iyerbal ability // Psychiol IDrahoia #770; Psychology 101 - Quiz 2 l‘ 1 Date: 9’ 12"0 2' Resting potmtiul Inside vokage (“11W”) Time (milliseconds) 1. Identify the activities taking place during the action potential or the structures listed on the accompanying graph: ’9\ 3. Sodium (N 2?) Channels open I - b. Sodium (N if) Channels close c. Potassi (1C) Channels 0 en C0 “manually p k 2 Conduction Within a neuron begins at the V1 HS 3. The fatty, whitish insulation that surrounds segments of the axon is called the .fi Michelin tire K), Myelin Sheath 9" c. Synapse d. Presynaptic Membrane 4. The sodium-potassium pump is responsible for a. Maintaining hyperpolarization (2” b. Starting the action potential Q Maintaining the resting potential 5. Vesicles store a. Electrical charges Ions { b. 9 Q) Neuron‘ansmitters Sodium and Potassium “pg-4mm Malflno '0 Quiz 10. Social Psychology and Personality /t Nam ID_ 1. Upon arriving home, Antoinette yells at her husband, Sebastian, throws her bag 'across the room and litters the floor. Instead of thinking that perhaps Antoinette had a bad day, Sebastian thinks to himself: I‘I married a bad-tempered and selfish woman". Sebastian is clearly: {as the anal stagle Freud's psychosexua] stages ' b. ommitting the fimdamental attribution error . Experimeng social d. Experiencing the bystander effect 2, Paul has unconscions aggressive desires and wants to hit other people. His mother has told him that aggressive impulses are not acceptable. Paul also knows that it is wrong to hit others according to the laws of society. According to the Psychodynamic theory, what part of Paul‘s personality has internalized (represent) the views of his mother and society? 3. List the five traits of Big Five theory of personality. i.;§_OR;'].LjL‘3_-> -(_‘».‘_j§"{pi-C’ MC; . “Eva ' L)" L131) ~ . (“misgttn i1. 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