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_____________ PSYC 1101-B Exam 2 Practice Test 1 PSYC 1101-B Exam 2 Practice Test ____ 1. The gate control theory of pain proposes that two conditions must be met for an individual to experience pain. The first condition is that the pain receptors are active. The second condition is that: a. the thalamus allows pain signals to be transmitted to the cortex. c. gate neurons in the peripheral nervous system generate action potentials. b. a neural gate in the spinal cord allows pain signals to be transmitted to the brain. d. pain signals go directly to the cortex, bypassing the thalamus. ____ 2. Bill is driving his car when he notices a police car behind him. His ____________ stream is involved in recognizing what object is behind him, while his ____________ stream is involved in determining the spatial location of the police car. a. somatosensory; motor c. ventral; dorsal b. dorsal; ventral d. motor; somatosensory ____ 3. Which of the following components of working memory co-ordinates information from other working memory components? a. Phonological loop c. Episodic buffer b. Central executive d. Visuospatial sketchpad ____ 4. ___________________ rehearsal leads to shallower encoding than ____________ rehearsal, in which encoded items are linked to existing items in long-term memory. a. Repetition; meaning c. Automatic; controlled b. Maintenance; elaborative d. Explicit; implicit ____ 5. Food is an example of a(n) ___________________ reinforcer. a. primary c. secondary b. conditioned d. discriminative ____ 6. The Rescorla - Wagner model suggests that the strength of the relationship between an unconditioned and conditioned stimulus depends on how _______________ the appearance of the unconditioned stimulus is during conditioning. a. consistent c. infrequent b. surprising d. latent ____ 7. Which of the following statements about attention IS FALSE? a. Attention is a limited capacity system. c. Humans are capable of selective listening. b. It is easier to simultaneously attend to stimuli of the same sensory modality than different sensory modalities. d.
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