PSY303 exam1 - INTRODUCTION Q2. (11.4) The planning of...

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INTRODUCTION Q2. (11.4) The planning of actions is performed by the ___ lobe. A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Temporal D. Occular E. Muscle (A) …reasoning, planning, and action are all initiated and directed by the frontal lobe. Q3. When my dog comes across a strange cat, he chases it, but when his house mate walks by, he does not stir. This is an example of what kind of learning A. Visual B. Procedural C. Motor D. Skill E. Declarative (E) The dog recognizes the cat which is his house mate. This is declarative learning. Q4. (4.3) Which may be a voluntary action? A. Pupil dilation B. Swallowing C. Sneezing D. Gagging E. Blushing (B) You swallow voluntarily OPERANT CONDITIONING Q14. (R10.2-11.4) What is true about instrumental learning A. It requires a functional hippocampus B. A strong positive reinforcement follows the action C. A mental map of a location is encoded D. It controls the response during the early stage of learning E. All of the above (E) (10:5): the instrumental pathway extends from the hippocampus. (10.2): the instrumental….pathway may activate the construction of a mental map….instrumental learning is caused by the strength of the reward, i.e. the degree of pain or pleasure, its actions produce. (11.4): The operant pathway controlled the rat’s actions…for the first week of training. Q15. (190.1) What stimiulates the amygdale? A. A child’s smiling face B. A roller coaster C. A picture of a dead body D. All of the above E. None of the above (D) Any kind of emotional input stimulates the amygdale. Q16. (190.1) If something extremely traumatic suddenly and unexpectedly happens to you then you are A. Less likely to remember it than a neutral or happy event because of dissociation B. Less likely to remember it than a neutral or happy event because of repression
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C. Less likely to remember it than a neutral or happy event because of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) D. More likely to remember it than a neutral event because strong emotional events are always encoded E. Less likely to remember it than a neutral or happy event because of post-event information (D) This is why people suffer from PTSD. D1. One function of the temporal cortex is A. Planning voluntary motor movements B. Perceptual processing C. Initiating reflexes D. Maintaining alertness E. Initiating emotional responses (B) (11.4):….pathways carry the perceptual information into the temporal cortex D2. One function of the frontal cortex is A. Initiating reflexes B. Initiating emotional responses C. Planning voluntary motor movements D. Maintaining alertness E. Perceptual processing (C) (11.4):….reasoning, planning, and action are all initiated and directed by the frontal lobe. D3. An example of declarative knowledge is
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PSY303 exam1 - INTRODUCTION Q2. (11.4) The planning of...

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