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Psych101 f05 quiz1

Psych101 f05 quiz1 - 0 I Psychology 101 QUIZ 1 I Plato...

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Unformatted text preview: 0 I Psychology 101 ' QUIZ 1 I. Plato believed that the seat of cons a. the brain b. the heart (2. the cortex d. the ventricles ciousness was 6. The Father of Behaviorism is a) Wundt b) Watson c) Freud d) Maslow 7. A MRI is useful for a) a picture of the brain b) Metabolism in the brain, including blood flow c) Treatment for pain d) None of the above. c) an experiment d) a' case study b) correlational studies (2) naturalistic observations d) experiments Quiz 3. Psychology 101 1. The structure most involved with motor coordination is the a. cerebellum b. hypothalamus c. superior colliculus d. reticular formation e. parietal cortex 2. A person with Parkinson‘s disease loses cells in the substantia nigra that project to the basal ganglia. What critical transmitter substance do these cells synthesize? a. dopamine b. serotonin c. nerepinephrine d. acetylcholine 3. The function of astrocytes is a. to form the blood brain barrier b. to provide glucose for neurons c. to scavenge waste d. a & b above 6. none of the above 4. What is the advantage of salutatory conduction? a. It provides more glucose for neurons b. It speeds up neural transmission c. It increases the number of ion channels that need to be opened d. none of the above. 5. Which structure is the ‘sensory relay center’ for sending information to the cortex? a. basal ganglia b. hippocampus c. thalamus d. inferior colliculus 6. Which of the following cell types in the retina is specialized for detecting color. a. rods b. cones c ganglion cells d. bipolar cells 7. Which of the following statements are true. a. Visual perception is organized a lot like the way a camera takes a picture. b. Visual perception is essentially a model of the real world built by the brain. c. Visual perception is sensitive to a wide range of frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum. d. All of the above. 8. Hormones are specific chemical structures that have iong~lasting influences on brain function compared to transmitters. T F 9. The spinal cord has 31 segments. Motor nerves exit on the surface, while sensory nerves enter on the surface. a. horizontal, transverse b. ventral, dorsal c. saggital, dorsal d. dorsal, ventral e. transverse, horizontal 10. Which cortical lobe is involved in planning behavior? a. Frontal b. Occipital c. Parietal c. Temporal Quiz 2 Psychology 100 1. Which structural component of the neuron receives information from other neurons a. axon b. vesicles 0. soma d. dendrite e Z.Themyelinsheaththatsurroundstheaxonis composed of a. proteins b. lipids (fats) - c. polysaccharides (sugars) d. rubber 5. During the depolarization phase ofthe action potential, the electrical state a. becomes more negative b. becomes more positive a c. stays the same d. none of the above L Which of the following is not true about neurons a. They are independent units that are physically separate from each other 1). They employs chemical interactions to generate electrical impulses c. They come in different sizes and shapes d. They outnumber glial cells 10:1 0 Quad. W i. What is the primary function of an oligodendrocyte? a. to provide glucose for neurons 11. toforrntheblood brainbarrier c. to remove waste products :1. to wrap axons in myclin I . Which of the following neurotransmitters is inhibimry a. GABA 0 b. norepinephrine c. serotonin d. acetylcholine e. dopamine . The sympathetic nervous system is primarily involved with a. maintenance functions involving vital processes such as digestion - b. stress reactivity of vital function such as heart rate c. empathic responses to the world around us d. none of the above .\ m.» =essnsusmwma sea-summery:- .cummcm t-n‘.¥‘MLm:Q»¢.fl'-nnh&iflxfl; w 8. The central nervous system is comprised of a. the brain b. the brain and the spinal cord c. the peripheral nerVous system and the brain d. the brain and the autonofic nervous system e. the brain, spinal cord and autonomic nervous system 0 9.Netu‘otransmittersarefound ainthesynapse b.intheterminalbutton c.atNodesofRanvier d.a&babove - e.a&c. 10.Potassiumaccrnmrlatesontheinsideofthecells because of a. potassium channels are always open b. electrostatic pressure o c. it carries a negative charge (1. none of the above. -.L:a'u V‘EfllJ‘Mnflmhpfil—m .-l.‘..xru...:‘.-._..;e:- an . , you --r. rayonurugy HI]. 1. Visual illusions such as the reversible figure showing either two women facing each other or a vase result from which organizational principle of perception. a. Continuity-Proximity b. Closure c. Similarity d. Figure-Ground: 2. The principle behind motion pictures is e a. an example of how the brain creates the perception of motion- b. an example of binocular disparity c. an example of convergence d. none of the above 3. In the book, which of the following illusions is discussed an example of how experience with a particular environment can influence the way the brain organizes our perceptual world. a. The Old Woman-Young Woman Illusion 'b. The Muller—Lyre illusion c. The Kanza Illusion d. None of the above 4. Kittens that are raised in a world of vertical stripes fail to see horizontal stripes as adults. This is an example of a a. The organization of illusions by the brain b. The plasticity of the brain in early deveIOpment c. Too many feature detectors d. None of the above 5. The perceptual processes associated with reading are an example of a. Size constancy b. Monocular cues c.-Bottoms-up processing ‘ d. Top-down processing 6. Matthew. age 19, has been blind since birth. A newly developed surgical procedure allows him to see for the first time. Which of the following perceptual difficulties is he likely to have? a. perception of figure ground relationships b. ability to discriminate faces c. visually recognize objects that he previously identified by touch. d. all of the above 7. Attention is a major factor in top down processing. a. True b. False- 8. Convergence provides a cue to the brain about depth through the feedback of muscles controlling focus. ca. true b. false 9. The stimulus for perception of movement is absolute movement of a stimulus across the field of the retina or relative movement of an object in relation to its background. ta. True b. false 10. You are looking at a blurry picture and see only a vague red circle at first. After studying it for a moment or two, you see that it is an apple. You have moved from a. sensation to perception - b. perception to sensation c. perception to adaptation d. perception to synthesis ...
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