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AP_PSYCH_TEST_CH7_FINAL_STUDENT

AP_PSYCH_TEST_CH7_FINAL_STUDENT - ~ame Date r UJAL I...

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~ame: ___ _ _ ___ Date: _____ _ rUJAL I. Advocates of the social influence theory of hypnosis are likely to argue that: A) hypnosis is a unique state of consciousness. B) hypnotized people are simply enacting the role of good hypnotic subjects. C) the process of dissociation best explains hypnotic phenomena. D) most hypnotized people are consciously faking hypnosis. E) hypnotic susceptibility is positively correlated with introversion. 2. Deep sleep appears to play an important role in: A) narcolepsy. B) sleep apnea. C) paradoxical sleep. D) posthypnotic amnesia. E) physical growth. 3. Consciousness is to unconsciousness as ____ is to ___ _ 4. LSD is most likely to produce: 5. Alpha waves are associated with: 6. Hypnosis has been associated with quackery, thanks to the false claims made by: A) Sigmund Freud. B) Ernst Hilgard. C) Martin Orne. D) William Dement. E) Anton Mesmer. 7. Research on dreaming indicates that: 8. Sleeptalking may occur during: 9. Which of the following is bad advice for a person trying to overcome insomnia? 10. The school of thought in psychology that systematically avoided the study of consciousness during the first half of the last century was: A) psychoanalysis. B) behaviorism. C) functionalism. D) structuralism. E) Gestalt psychology. II. Drug tolerance refers to the: A) absence of pain or anxiety following the use of a drug. B) loss of social inhibitions following drug use. C) discomfort and distress that follow the discontinued use of a drug. D) reduced effect of a drug resulting from its regular usage. E) belief that drug use should be legalized.
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