Chap008 - Chapter 08 - Consciousness, the Brain, and...

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Chapter 08 - Consciousness, the Brain, and Behavior 8-1 Chapter 08 Consciousness, the Brain, and Behavior Multiple Choice Questions 1. An electroencephalogram A. Is a record of action potentials in the brain B. Records the potential difference between two points on the scalp's surface C. Is a pattern of complex waves with amplitudes similar to those of action potentials D. Is both is a record of action potentials in the brain and records the potential difference between two points on the scalp's surface E. Both records the potential difference between two points on the scalp's surface and is both is a record of action potentials in the brain and records the potential difference between two points on the scalp's surface are correct Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 8.01 Topic: Nervous System 2. It is believed that the rhythmic patterns of the EEG most likely originate from this structure in the brain A. Hypothalamus B. Thalamus C. Basal ganglia D. Cerebellum E. Hippocampus Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 8.01 Topic: Nervous System 3. The alpha rhythm is the most prominent EEG pattern when an adult is A. In REM sleep B. In non-REM sleep C. Awake and relaxed with eyes open D. Awake and thinking hard about something Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 8.01 Topic: Nervous System
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Chapter 08 - Consciousness, the Brain, and Behavior 8-2 4. If you were to record your own EEG activity while concentrating very hard on this exam the most prominent EEG pattern would be A. Alpha rhythm B. Beta rhythm C. Delta rhythm D. Theta rhythm Bloom's Level: 3. Apply Section 8.01 Topic: Nervous System 5. Which of the following statements about sleep is correct? A. Sleep typically occurs in stages in which a subject goes through progressively deeper stages of sleep and then awakens B. Sleep typically occurs in cycles in which a subject will cycle through various stages of slow-wave sleep punctuated by paradoxical sleep several times during one bout of sleep C. During REM sleep, blood pressure and breathing rate become elevated D. Both sleep typically occurs in stages in which a subject goes through progressively deeper stages of sleep and then awakens and during REM sleep, blood pressure and breathing rate become elevated are correct E. Both sleep typically occurs in cycles in which a subject will cycle through various stages of slow-wave sleep punctuated by paradoxical sleep several times during one bout of sleep and during REM sleep, blood pressure and breathing rate become elevated are correct Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 8.01 Topic: Nervous System 6. Which of the following is not descriptive of REM sleep? A. It is the period when dreaming occurs B. It normally occurs only once per night, usually just before waking up C. Postural muscles are virtually paralyzed during REM sleep D. EEG waves that resemble the awake state can be recorded during REM sleep E. Eyes move rapidly back and forth beneath closed lids Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 8.01 Topic: Nervous System
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Chapter 08 - Consciousness, the Brain, and Behavior 8-3 7. During paradoxical sleep, A.
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Chap008 - Chapter 08 - Consciousness, the Brain, and...

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