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First Test Psychology 101 Section 001 October 22 2010 Version AName___________________________________   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) 
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The  restorative  theory views  sleep as  ________. 
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1)  _______  A)  a   r e s u l t   of  lac of  nig ht  vis ion  h a v i n evolution ary  advantag es 
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a means to cope with  stress  D) 
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important only to the  extent that we don't enter a state of sleep deprivation  E) 
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helping the body repair  the wear and tear of the day's events    2) 
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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? 
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2)  _______  A)  b e h a v ior  mo difi cat ion  c o gnitive  learning 
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insight learning  D) 
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observational learning  E) 
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latent learning    3) 
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As you sit in  class, the  words to  your favorite  song keep  running  through your  head. You  are using  what part of  working  memory?  
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3)  _______  A)  t h e   s em ant ic  edi tor  t h v isiospatia sketchpa
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the control processor  D) 
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the central executive  E) 
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the articulatory loop     4) 
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The  stimulant  MDMA is  more  commonly  known as  ________. 
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4)  _______  A)  c r ack c ocaine 
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ecstasy  D) 
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heroin  E) 
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valium    5) 
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Candice is  studying for  her  psychology  multiple - choice exam  by thinking  about the  various facts  he's read and  trying to  distinguish  the very  similar  ideas.  As  such,  Candice  appears to  engaged in  ________. 
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5)  _______  A)  i n t e n tio nal  lea rni ng  d e p t h - breadth  processin
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inappropriate learning  D) 
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transfer - appropriate  processing  E) 
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state - dependent  retrieval    6) 
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Punishment  is most  effective  when it is: 
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6)  _______  A)  s w ift  m o derately  aversive 
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consistent  D) 
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A and B  E) 
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