exam7prac - 1. The effects of head trauma on memory suggest...

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1. The effects of head trauma on memory suggest that a. short-term memory is not affected by physical trauma. b. the process of memory consolidation can be interrupted. c. semantic memory is usually affected when an injury is severe enough to produce a loss of consciousness. d. rarely are episodic memories affected by head trauma. 2. Childhood depression is likely to persist because a. lasting changes occur in the brain. b. positive events are unlikely to occur. c. most treatments are not effective. d. an attributional style is adopted that maintains a negative mood state. 3. Jenny has an IQ in the average range. However, at school she is doing very badly. She has consistently scored at two or more grade levels below the grade she is actually in. From this, a diagnostician would hypothesize that Jenny a. most likely has an anxiety disorder. b. most likely does not have a learning disability because her IQ is only average. c. most likely has a learning disability. d. most likely has mental retardation. 4. Punitive approaches to antisocial youth are a. likely to make problems worse. b. effective when intervention occurs before adolescence. c. not the norm. d.
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2011 for the course PSYC 3230 taught by Professor Hoyt during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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