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Morgan HillmanDr. WardPSY-200Oct. 18, 2019Quiz Questions and AnswersQuiz #1 (73% Correct/6 Wrong):1.) A learned reaction to a particular stimulus is called a(n):
2.) Psychologists can determine clear cause-and-effect relationships regarding human behavior through a controlled research design called the
3.) Brain wave activity during sleep, daydreaming, hypnosis, and other mental states is likely to be studied using a(n):
4.) Although other neurotransmitters are present, the brain's reward or "pleasure" system has a predominance of which neurotransmitter?
5.) After a "split-brain" operation, the majority of these patients:
6.) Alfred Adler, Karen Horney, Carl Jung, Otto Rank, and Erik Erikson would be considered:
7.) A psychiatrist does a lengthy and thorough examination of a patient in a hospital. This patient was the victim of a car accident, in which a pen that was lying on the dashboard actuallypierced her skull and her brain. The psychiatrist performs physical examinations, interviews withthe patient and family members, and closely observes her behavior. This technique is known as a(n):
8.) The autonomic system carries messages to and from:
9.) Fallon has been diagnosed with a major depression. She is most likely deficient in which neurotransmitter?
10.) A negative correlation means that as one variable increases the other:
11.) Every time you learn something, you are reshaping your living brain, a process known as:
12.) According to your textbook, which of the following is NOT one of the three broad perspectives that shape modern psychology?
13.) A friend tells you that he conducted a scientific experiment this summer in which he talked to ten plants and measured their growth. He found that these plants grew faster and taller than any plants he had ever grown. From your friend's research, can we conclude that talking to plants is the cause of their fast growth?
14.) A variable, such as the personality of a subject, that might affect the outcome of an experiment would be controlled by:

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