MC Study Guide Exam 3

MC Study Guide Exam 3 - Multiple Choice Review Exam 3 1 As...

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Multiple Choice Review Exam 3 1. As defined by the text, consciousness includes which of the following? A) focused attention B) sleeping C) hypnosis D) all of the above 2. Sleep spindles predominate during which stage of sleep? A) Stage 2 B) Stage 3 C) Stage 4 D) REM sleep 3. The sleep cycle is approximately ________ minutes. A) 30 B) 50 C) 75 D) 90 4. Which of the following is not an example of a biological rhythm? A) feeling depressed during the winter months B) the female menstrual cycle C) the five sleep stages D) sudden sleep attacks during the day 5. A person who falls asleep in the midst of a heated argument probably suffers from: A) sleep apnea. B) narcolepsy. C) night terrors. D) insomnia. Page 1
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6. Concluding her presentation on contemporary theories of why sleep is necessary, Marilynn makes all of the following points except: A) Sleep may have evolved because it kept our ancestors safe during potentially dangerous periods. B) Sleep gives the brain time to heal, as it restores and repairs damaged neurons. C) Sleep encourages growth through a hormone secreted during Stage 4. D) Slow-wave sleep provides a “psychic safety valve” for stressful waking experiences. 7. Which of the following statements concerning hypnosis is true? A) People will do anything under hypnosis. B) Hypnosis is the same as sleeping. C) Hypnosis is in part an extension of the division between conscious awareness and automatic behavior. D) Hypnosis improves memory recall. 8. Those who believe that hypnosis is a social phenomenon argue that “hypnotized” individuals are: A) consciously faking their behavior. B) merely acting out a role. C) underachievers striving to please the hypnotist. D) all of the above. 9. Research studies of the effectiveness of hypnosis as a form of therapy have demonstrated that: A) for problems of self-control, such as smoking, hypnosis is equally effective with people who can be deeply hypnotized and those who cannot. B) posthypnotic suggestions have helped alleviate headaches, asthma, and stress- related skin disorders. C) as a form of therapy, hypnosis is no more effective than positive suggestions given without hypnosis. D) all of the above are true. 10. Cocaine and crack produce a euphoric rush by: A) blocking the actions of serotonin. B) depressing neural activity in the brain. C) blocking the reuptake of dopamine in brain cells. D) stimulating the brain's production of endorphins. Page 2
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11. Which theorists believe that the mind and the body are separate entities? A) the behaviorists B) the monists C) the dualists D) the Freudians 12. Which of the following is not a stimulant? A) amphetamines. B) caffeine C) nicotine D) alcohol 13. How a particular psychoactive drug affects a person depends on: A) the dosage and form in which the drug is taken. B)
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2008 for the course MATH Math 333 taught by Professor Njit during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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