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Introductory Psychology: Exam 3. *****Answers in BOLD***** 1. People who live near the North Pole have their circadian rhythm altered in winter, often leading to this? a. eating changes b . seasonal affective disorder c. depression d. psychological illness 2. People flying in this direction have their circadian rhythm most disrupted? a. east-west b. north-south c. south-north d . west-east 3. Which theory about why we dream has the least support? a . recuperation b. activation-synthesis c. sociobiology d. information processing 4. Psychoanalytic theory maintains that, while important, you cannot rely on this aspect of dreams to interpret their meaning? a. length b. latent content c . manifest content d. consistency 5. If we are deprived of our REM sleep one night, we have this occur on the next night? a. threat rehearsal b. strange dreams c . rebound effect d. sleep walking 6. Using heuristics is a good example of this type of processing? a. limited b. controlled c. stereotyping d . automatic 7. Which of the following is a reason to be in controlled processing? a. routine task b. tired c. distracted d . motivated 8. The rapid expansion of language in our early years is a good example of this structure characteristic of schemas? a. fuzzy boundaries b. stable c. central nodes d . dynamic 9. Because we are cognitive misers we tend to want to do this when we meet someone new? a. rehearse their name b. elaborate c . categorize quickly d. observe objectively 10. Not having an event schema going into an event tends to activate this process?
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test3 - Introductory Psychology: Exam 3. *Answers in BOLD*...

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