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Unformatted text preview: Final Exam Psychology 101 Section 001 December 11 2010 Version A Name___________________________________ Please put your name and answers on both this paper copy and the scantron. Also put the last FIVE digits of your social security on the scantron in the appropriate place (left justified). Please use a number 2 pencil to fill in the scantron. Be sure to fill in your name (on both the test and scantron) and the last five numbers of your social security number (right justified) on the scantron. PUT the test version on your scantron. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Put your answers on BOTH the scantron and test and turn in both. 1) An altered state of consciousnes s may be brought upon by ________. 1) _______ A) s eep h ypnosis l ing drug or alcohol use D) meditation E) any of the above 2) ________ psychology encompasses the study of human development over the life span. 2) _______ A) Scia A pplied ol Health D) Clinical E) Developmental 3) In some people with bipolar disorder, ________ episodes are often followed or preceded by episodes of ________. 3) _______ A) Eion M nic, l , a anxiety a ma t nia Depression, dysthymia D) Mania, hypomania E) Manic, depression 4) A figure that can be organized and perceived in more than one way illustrates which of the following technical terms for such a situation? 4) _______ A) a igu a uous m m figureity b b figure i relations g hips ambiguous figure- ground relationships D) ambiguous ground- ground relationships E) unambiguity 5) After many sessions of psychodyna mic therapy, Dan at some point experiences reluctance to cooperate with his therapist and tends to forget to do what his therapist had suggested to him. Dan is experiencing ________. 5) _______ A) a eu A reudian dia F trip Fn r trip resistance D) a Freudian slip E) interpretation 6) Which of the following is FALSE concerning aging and the five senses? 6) _______ A) V H ring dec i lin e declines s es a with age. i wit oh nage . Taste declines with age. D) Smell declines with age. E) All of the above are 7) false statements. Octavious is under a lot of stress. He is always tired and feels overwhelme d by his work load. Which phase of the stress response is he most likely in? 7) _______ A) r sta p rsistence e nce phase e s ph i ase alarm phase D) exhaustion phase E) None of the above 8) Clive Waring's symptoms showed that: 8) _______ A) bcan d r ha if a ve f i mi e nni r ma e dl n a eff t m ect a on gme e mo ry. forms of memory are mediated by different brain regions. musical ability transcends physiological processes. D) long-term memory 9) requires the cerebellum to be formed. Mark Twain's famous belief that there are "Lies, damn lies, and statistics," generally means that statistics ________. 9) _______ A) a lia e questiona r ble m ble e sou p methods rce l of a of o inquiry ninf y or uma ntio r n e can obscure the facts as easily as they illuminate them D) corrupts the study of psychology and other sciences E) are only used by 10) dishonest people Another name for sensory images so vivid that they seem real is ________. 10) ______ A) Dsord Z ar i er Delusions D) Hallucinations E) All of the above 11) Chemical senses typically include ________. 11) ______ A) s ll s ell and mand m touch e pain pain and touch D) taste and moving E) smell and taste 12) The chief function of homeostasis is to ________. 12) ______ A) p vent r ulate r bala e emotion e nce g s offset unhealthy eating habits D) control sexual urges E) maintain a steady state 13) Psychology is a science because it relies on a specific type of method for allowing us to learn more about human behavior. This method is referred to as the: 13) ______ A) s ntifi m hod of c c e approxi i met t mation e hod method of inquiry D) method of problem solving E) socratic method 14) Which of the following is an example of a teratogen? 14) ______ A) c cain c icken o e h pox alcohol D) caffeine E) All of the above 15) In order to avoid an attempt at persuasion, Nina simply changes her television channel during television commercials . This obstacle to persuasion is known as ________. 15) ______ A) s tive s ng e avoi tr attitudes l dan o . e ce c forewarning D) reactance E) negative attitude change 16) You stare at a colored image and then see a different colored same image when you switch to looking at a blank page. This is a demonstatio n of: 16) ______ A) t pon t e place h ent- h theory. e proc ess o theo p ry. the trichromatic theory. D) the volley theory. 17) If a child is exposed to the "Strange Situation," then he or she ________. 17) ______ A) w nov w ft with a i el il stranger l and l or alone l ecce b in an v ntric unfamili e i stim l ar e uli e situation w will view his or her parents engaged in an argument D) will be in a room with other children that they don't know E) should receive 18) immediate medical attention The field of psychoneuro immunology focuses on ________. 18) ______ A) t s the ttern of t h A h respons e and e es from B p our wcells a brain a inter y act the ways in which mental and emotional states affect the immune system D) the pattern of brain activity in normal functioning adults E) the ways in which 19) mental states suppress our circulatory system Response bias refers to a tendency: 19) ______ A) t e t d in a o man o particul ner r ar way mby e regardle a whi s ss of n ch p one's i an o actual p indi n beliefs u vidu l al a resp t ond e s to ques t tion h s to purposely produce invalid data D) in which participants are not chosen at random E) to purposely mislead a researcher 20) After hearing nothing, Maria detected the sound of dripping water after the drip slowly increased in size. This is an example of: 20) ______ A) just-noticeable difference. B) signal detection theory. absolute threshold. D) hearing loss. 2 1) The brain has all of the following lobes EXCEPT ________. 21) ______ A) t mpo f rontal e ral parietal D) occipital E) cerebral 22) When there is an inconsistenc y between an attitude and a behavior or two attitudes, the end result is usually ________. 22) ______ A) c itive p rsuasion o diss e g ona n nce stereotypical thinking D) attitude confusion E) the mere exposure 23) effect The "what" and "where" pathways are referring to the ________ lobes, respectively. 23) ______ A) f al p etal and r and a tempora o tem ri l n pora t l frontal and occipital D) occipital and parietal E) temporal and parietal 24) The definition of a psychologica l disorder takes into account ________. 24) ______ A) d s, d nger i disa a only s bilit t y, r and e dan s ger distress and danger only D) disability only E) distress only 25) What is the most common type of attachment in American babies? 25) ______ A) Rtion S ecure a al Resistent D) Disorganized E) Avoidant 26) Most psychoactive drugs have their initial effects on the ______ : 26) ______ A) synapse. B) nucleus. neuronal membrane. D) glial 2 cell. 7) Marijuana happens to classified as a(n) ________. 27) ______ A) d pres n arcotic e sant hallucinogen D) stimulant E) analgesic 28) A conflict which involves both positive and negative aspects is known as a ________ conflict. 28) ______ A) a ach- a roachp avoi p assistan p dan p ce r ce o approach-approach D) avoidance-avoidance E) None of the above 29) Subcortical brain structures are primarily located: 29) ______ A) d ben d e eath ir e the e p cort c ex tl y above cortical brain structur es within the right hemisphere near cortical brain structures D) directly behind cortical brain structures E) within the the left 30) hemisphere near cortical brain structures All of the following are true about cones EXCEPT: 30) ______ A) Clls C re more o actu o sensitiv n ally n e to e look e light like s than c con a rods. e es. There are primarily three types of cones. D) Cones are responsible for color vision. E) Cones are less in 31) number than rods. Your memory for the moment you heard about the planes crashing into New York's Twin Towers would be most appropriatel y termed a(n) ________ memory. 31) ______ A) r pres a tobiogra e sed u phical episodic D) flashbulb E) iconic 32) Realistic conflict theory suggests that prejudice arises from ________. 32) ______ A) s fulfi s ial e lling o categori l prop c zation f heci - es competition over scarce resources D) aggression E) learned behavior 33) Modeling stems from which of the following theories? 33) ______ A) Csical I sight l con n learning a ditio s ning Social learning D) Operant conditioning E) Cognitive learning 34) Dr. Proverse has individuals cycle on stationary bikes for 0, 10, 20, or 30 minutes after which he measures their selfreported mood. In this hypothetical study, the dependent variable is 34) ______ A) t als t e riding h who h of bikes. e do not i ride n on d the i stati v onar i y d bike u . the number of individuals in the study. D) the self-reported mood. E) the number of minutes individuals ride the bike. 35) Accelerated and irregular breathing and heartrate are common in which stage of sleep? 35) ______ A) S age S tage 3 t 2 Slow-wave sleep D) hypnogogic sleep E) REM sleep 36) One aspect of sensory memory (SM) that distinguishes it from other types of memory is that 36) ______ A) S uto S very M mati M limited call i in o y s capacity c with c out u cons r ciou s s effo a rt the images are permanent D) SM occurs with conscious effort E) SM lasts for days rather than years 37) The parietal lobes are involved in all of the following EXCEPT ________. 37) ______ A) d g h earing o arith i meti n c attention D) spatial location E) motor control 38) Psychology is defined as the science of 38) ______ A) h n m l u func e process mtioni n es and a ng. t behavio a r. behavior problems and mental illness. D) brain functioning. E) human motivation and thinking. 39) As a serious dancer, Justine watches what she eats. She knows that she is underweight, but fears that if she starts eating more that she will get fat. In addition to a preoccupatio n with food she has also stopped menstruating . Her behaviors suggest that she might be ________. 39) ______ A) a puls p hobic ive c exer o cise mr a good dancer D) bulimic E) anorexic 40) The stress response is our body's attempt at ________. 40) ______ A) r ing p e brai r s n e t func p o tioni r ng ping us for impendi ng pain dealing with psychological exhaustion D) restoring homeostasis E) all of the above 41) Perception differs from sensation in that: 41) ______ A) i quir it s not t es d use o dete o memory n ctio e at all. l n of y sens ory r inpu e t. it is much simpler than sensation. D) it involves knowledge 42) of the world and interpretation. The storage capacity of long-term memory ________. 42) ______ A) i not v 00-200 s grea a characte ter ri rs to a than e several c that s thousan t of f d u shor r dependi a t- o ng on l term the m l me individu y mor 1 al y averages approximately 5,000-10,000 characters D) is potentially unlimited E) averages approximately 2,000-3,000 characters 43) Paul records data which indicate that the number of hot chocolates sold at the concession stand increases as temperature outside decreases (for example, more hot chocolates are purchased during late fall than late spring). Which of the following statements is the most accurate depiction of this finding? 43) ______ A) T corrT a h elati h correlati e on e on r bet r between e wee e the two n i variable i the s s. s two vari n able o s. There is a weak, positive correlation between the two variables. D) There is a negative correlation between the two variables. E) There is a strong, 44) positive correlation between the two variables. Reinforceme nt is to punishment as: 44) ______ A) i ease p itive is n is to o to c decr s negative r ease decrease is to increase D) electric shock is to food E) giving is to receiving 45) Information that is inconsistent with our stereotypes is ________. 45) ______ A) l ikel m likely to e y to o be s be r rememb s rem e ered emb l ered more carefully processed D) generally attended to as much as information consistent with our stereotypes E) less likely to be 46) attended to, but more likely to be encoded ________ is a generally negative attitude toward members of a group. 46) ______ A) P ejud A tereotyp r ice s e Discrimination D) Aggression E) Racism 47) Punishment is MOST effective ________. 47) ______ A) w it is i ost h inter n circums e mitt m tances n ent when it occurs immediately after the undesired behavior D) in surprisingly few situations E) when it is mildly 48) aversive Michael is about to participate in an experiment in the department of psychology conducted by Dr. Lewis. Before Michael can participate in the experiment, Dr. Lewis must first receive Michael's ________. 48) ______ A) d brie e ical e fing t evaluati h on informed consent D) support E) approval 49) Lawrence Kohlberg is credited with advancing our understandin g of how children approach ________, or situations where children have to entertain the pros and cons for a set of possible actions. 49) ______ A) r ious a ruistic e orie lt acts l ntati i ons g ethical issues D) personal life choices E) moral dilemmas 50) The two halves of the brain are connected by the ________. 50) ______ A) s lcus c pus u o callosu r m cerebral cortex D) cerebral hemisphere E) gyrus 51) In depth of processing, "depth" refers more to ________ than ________. 51) ______ A) n ber; n ber; u lear u repetitio mned m n degree; meaning D) meaning; repetition E) amount; understanding 52) Prosopagnos ia is a condition marked by the inability to: 52) ______ A) r gniz r cognize e e e objects c shap o es identify objects D) identify faces E) register faces 53) After returning from the Iraq war, Caddell was plagued by nightmares of the attacks. In addition, he avoided anything associated with the war and was hyper vigilant for danger. Caddell might have ________. 53) ______ A) o ive- a ood b com m disorder s puls e ive s diso s rder post-traumatic stress disorder D) an eating disorder E) none of the above 54) Positive symptom is to negative symptom as 54) ______ A) h py p sence is a is to r to p sad. e absence. restriction is to excess. D) addition is to exaggeration. E) avolition is to 55) hallucination. Imagine that you flinch after seeing lightning because in previous instances the lightning is followed by thunder, which scared you. In this scenario, lightning can be interpreted as being a(n): 55) ______ A) c ition c o ed o n resp n d onse d itioned emotion al stimulus unconditioned response D) conditioned stimulus E) unconditioned stimulus 56) Which type of therapy is based on wellresearched learning principles and focuses on changing observable, measurable behaviors? 56) ______ A) Bhavi E ectroco e or l nvulsive Client-centered D) Psychoanalysis E) Cognitive-behavior 57) According to Aaron Beck, ________ is a cognitive distortion that magnifies the negative aspects of something while ignoring the positive aspects. 57) ______ A) md c strophic i read a exagger n ing t ation a dichotomous thinking D) control beliefs E) the mental filter 58) The three levels of analysis discussed in your text are the ________, the ________, and the ________. 58) ______ A) b ; p son; r pers e group; a on; r culture i grou n p brain; body; person D) person; family; group E) neuron; brain; person 59) ________ classical conditioning , operant conditioning requires the organism to produce the ________. 59) ______ A) Le; U ke; i stim n respons k ulus li e Unlike; consequence D) Like; consequence E) Like; response 60) Which of the following degrees does a psychiatrist tend to hold? 60) ______ P h.D. M .S.W. A) Psy.D. D) Ed.D. E) M.D. 61) Dr. Keller has individuals run on a treadmill for 0, 15, or 30 minutes and then measures their selfreported mood. In this hypothetical study, the independent variable is 61) ______ A) t f t dividual h min h s who e utes e run for indi i 0 n vidu n minutes. u als mrun b on e the r trea dmil o l. the individuals who run for 15 or 30 minutes. D) the self-reported mood. E) not known based on the given information. 62) Our tendency to interpret others' behavior as due to dispositional causes rather than situational ones is called the ________. 62) ______ A) g attri s -serving e buti e bias n onal lf e bias r effe a ct l hostile attributional bias D) fundamental attribution error E) belief in a just world 63) When you enter a darkened room (e.g., a movie theatre) you will find it hard to see at first but shortly afterward you will be able to see much better. This phenomenon is referred to as: 63) ______ A) d ada r adaptati a ptati o on r on d k cone adaptation D) light adaptation E) color adaptation 64) What is another name for mental structures that organize perceptual input and connect it to the appropriate responses? 64) ______ A) Amm F mal c odat o Operati c ion r ons o Cognition D) Assimilation E) Schemas 65) Conformity stemming from a desire to be right tends to occur when a situation is ________. 65) ______ A) e pect a biguous x ed m highly positive D) not viewed as a crisis E) causing the person 66) anxiety For every 5 times that you go to the gym each week, you reward yourself with a treat. This best illustrates which of the following schedules of reinforceme nt? 66) ______ A) Vable V riable a Rati a Interval r o i Fixed Ratio D) Fixed Interval E) Fixed Variable 67) A case study examines in detail: 67) ______ A) a ques e tion v s s e e put n t to t o parti f cipa nts. s that occur in a realworld setting. multiple instances of a situation. D) the relationship between two variables. E) a single instance of a 68) situation. Which of the following cognitions does NOT illustrate the belief in a just world phenomenon ? 68) ______ A) " eser " a Yve A punishm o each I ent from u othe D God for rit S immoral t just i behavio wwas s r." o mea nt to d be!" "Women who are raped usually were asking for it." D) "I'm just not sure why suffering occurs." E) "Poor people are poor 69) due to their laziness." What is another name for schizophreni a? 69) ______ A) S t D ociative p pers i identity l onal s disorder i ity s Multiple personality D) All of the above E) None of the above 70) ________ disorders are marked by persistent or episodic disturbances in emotion that interfere with normal functioning in at least one realm of life. 70) ______ A) Axiet P rsonalit n y e y Eating D) Mood E) All of the above 71) Sample is to population as ________. 71) ______ A) b is to s all is to i sma m big g ll statistics is to data D) inferential is to assumed E) significant is to valid 72) ________ is a procedure where an electromagn etic coil on the scalp transmits pulses of highintensity magnetism to the brain in short bursts. 72) ______ A) Tive P chophar a dys s macolog r kine y y d sia SSRI D) TMS E) ECT 73) Manifest content is to latent content as ________. 73) ______ A) o us is w h is to b to i fulfillm v sym s ent i boli o c symbolic is to obvious D) sexual is to aggressive E) unconscious is to 74) conscious The central nervous system is defined as: 74) ______ A) t ain t rain and h and h the e the e skeletal spin b system b al r cord the spinal column and the spinal cord D) the brain and the skull E) the spinal cord and the skeletal system 75) Testosterone is a hormone: 75) ______ A) i d in i n sex n v driv v o e in o l men v . e lved in sex drive in women. found in both men and women but in differing amounts. D) all of the above. 76) At the end of an experiment, participants are interviewed about their experience in addition to receiving more information about the experiment. This interview and informationa l phase of the experiment is technically referred to as ________. 76) ______ A) e cal s upport t eval h uati i on informed consent D) debriefing E) approval 77) Which statement is true? 77) ______ A) W roup Wof good h s, h food e how e that you n muc n have h y previou p they o sly e eat u eaten, o is a t you are p soci h less l al i likely to e deci n feel sion k hungry. e , a rarel t y i base n d on hun g ger. Men are more likely to eat chocolate when they are in a bad mood. D) The hormone insulin inhibits fat storage. E) When people eat in 78) groups, they vary their meal size based on their level of hunger. ________ refers to our ongoing awareness of our own thoughts, sensations, and feelings of our very existence. 78) ______ A) Ccien M eaning o tiou n snes s s The unconscious D) Consciousness E) Introspection 79) In classical conditioning , the key factor that allows for learning to occur is: 79) ______ A) p nt of r u the e n con i i ditio n s ned f h resp o monse e . rcement of the conditio ned respons e. ignoring the behavior. D) explaining the nature of a stimulus. E) the pairing of a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned stimulus. 80) John has been working on a math problem late at night without success; he falls asleep. Upon awakening, John suddenly realizes how to answer the problem. This best illustrates which of the following? 80) ______ A) c itive o ervation o lear b al g ning s learning n behavior modification D) latent learning E) insight learning 81) A(n) ________ is a brain cell. 81) ______ a xon d endrite A) synapse D) neuron E) ion 82) In Festinger and Carlsmith's (1959) classic study on cognitive dissonance, participants who were paid $20 for doing a boring task, in contrast to those who were paid $1 for doing the same task, ________ 82) ______ A) f iffer li d the e ent k task l abo e more. t ut i the n task. d liked the task less. D) liked the task equally as much. E) were more likely to tell their friends to do the task. 83) In terms of their general emotional responses, older adults tend to show ________. 83) ______ A) a abili m creased ty to a negative p regu r emotion o late k s in o their contrast e r emo d to e tion i younger r s n adults blunted or diminished emotional reactions D) more extended periods of highly positive emotions in contrast to younger adults E) greater emotional 84) instability ________ is the process of repeating information over and over in order to retain it in short-term memory. 84) ______ A) Aocia R ehearsal s tion s Chunking D) Consolidation E) Priming 85) Your occipital lobe is located ________. 85) ______ A) b w i ween e the n the l tem b cerebral o ples e hemisph t eres at the back of the brain D) under the corpus callosum E) immediately behind the forehead 86) All of the following comparisons of groups would necessarily be made using a quasiexperimental design EXCEPT: 86) ______ A) i osed m n vs. n to a e women d viol i ent v film i vs. d thos u e a not l exp s osed to e this x film p cancer patients vs. non- cancer patients D) elderly vs. young individuals E) smokers vs. non 87) smokers You may be inadvertentl y reinforcing undesirable behavior by telling someone off because: 87) ______ A) b e s y reci c pien o s t l c you d o are l payi d ng i atte n ntio g n to that t pers h on. ing is negative ly punishin g. scolding is positively punishing. D) the recipient never takes anything seriously. E) the recipient looks up to you. 88) The positive or negative aspect of emotion is called ________. 88) ______ A) s riou o jectivity p snes b u s valence D) affect E) differentiation 89) A good control group ________. 89) ______ A) h ted i a num s s ber i of d a dep e end l ent i vari mable i s ntical to the experim ental group has a limited number of research participants D) contains at least one confound E) holds constant all 90) variables in the experimental group except the one of interest Sound is best characterize d as ________. 90) ______ A) a olog a al event ical p caused p and h by a s phy y psychol y sical s ogical c eve i event h nt c a nonphysical event D) either a physical or psychological event caused by either a physical or psychological event E) a psychological event 91) caused by a physical event Assimilation is to accommodat ion as ________. 91) ______ A) n sary h lp is to e is to e hinder c opti e onal s hinder is to help D) changing is to using E) using is to changing 92) Central route is to peripheral route of persuasion as ________. 92) ______ A) e r is s erficial r to u is to r corr p careful o ect logical is to emotional D) right is to wrong E) persuasive is to silly 93) The tendency for normal adolescents to have problems ________. 93) ______ A) i con i n flict n c s c l with l u one' u d s e pare s nts des being prone to taking risks includes extreme mood swings D) includes all of the above issues E) is a popular, and 94) incorrect, myth Facial feedback hypothesis suggests that: 94) ______ A) t n e h your x e face p trig r " gers e l a s o resp s o onse i k fro n " m othe o rs. g your emotion s is more likely to draw feedbac k from others. our facial muscles respond to cues in the environment. D) people respond to the emotions they see expressed by others. E) emotions can be 95) influenced partly by the position of certain facial muscles. What is the recommende d treatment for depression when medication does not work? 95) ______ A) Eroco A pical l nvul t antipsyc e sive y hotics c ther t apy Client-centered therapy D) Hypnosis E) There is no alternative. 96) Dendrite is to axon as: 96) ______ A) r late r ceive is e is to e to send. g send u . send is to regulate. D) receive is to release. E) send is to receive. 97) Which of the following is TRUE concerning panic disorder? 97) ______ A) P dis P attacks e orde a can o r n occur p may i randoml l cons c y. e tantl y wwor i ry t abo h ut havi p ng a mor n e i atta c cks. People with panic disorder may quit their job to avoid more panic attacks. D) All of the above are true E) None of the above are 98) true Psychologist s typically define learning as ________. 98) ______ A) a that a long auto r term n mati e change a call l in t y a behavio u occ ti r r urs v resultin a due e g from l to l experie p gen y nce r etic o and c biol e ogic s al s fact ors any change in behavior whatsoever D) any conscious effect to retain information E) a reinforced or punished behavior 99) Steven doesn't think that his actions will help change his stressful job. Instead, he adopts the "smile - the world looks brighter when you do" coping style to deal with his stress. He uses what type of coping style? 99) ______ A) Cm- A oidance a focu v l sed focused Problem-focused D) Decision-focused E) Emotion-focused 100) Rebeka is experiencing a long lasting and less intense depression. She is most likely to be experiencing ________. 100) _____ A) MDepr H poman a essiv y ia j e o Disor r der Mania D) Bipolar disorder E) Dysthymia 1) E 2) E 3) E 4) C 5) C 6) C 7) D 8) B 9) C 10) D 11) E 12) E 13) A 14) E 15) A 16) A 17) B 18) C 19) B 20) C 21) E 22) A 23) E 24) A 25) B 26) A 27) C 28) A 29) A 30) B 31) D 32) C 33) C 34) D 35) E 36) A 37) B 38) B 39) E 40) D 41) D 42) D 43) D 44) A 45) A 46) A 47) C 48) C 49) E 50) B 51) D 52) D 53) C 54) B 55) D 56) A 57) E 58) A 59) B 60) E 61) A 62) D 63) A 64) E 65) B 66) C 67) E 68) D 69) E 70) D 71) B 72) D 73) A 74) A 75) D 76) D 77) A 78) D 79) E 80) E 81) D 82) C 83) D 84) B 85) C 86) A 87) A 88) C 89) E 90) E 91) E 92) C 93) D 94) E 95) A 96) B 97) D 98) B 99) E 100) E ...
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