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First Test Psychology 101 Section 001 September 22 2010 Version BName___________________________________   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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A reflex  involves  which of the  following  type(s) of  neurons? 
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1)  _______  A)  m o tor i n terneuron
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sensory  D) 
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sensory and motor  E) 
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sensory, interneurons,  and motor    2) 
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A major  drawback of  using EEGs  is that they  can only  provide: 
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2)  _______  A)  d e t e c t a b l e  m ag net ic  fiel ds  in  the  bra in.  i n f o r m at ion to  determin functiona l damage  in the  brain. 
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imprecise locations of  electrical currents in the brain.  D) 
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recordings of specific  locations of neural activity.  E) 
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precise locations of  electrical currents in the brain.    3) 
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The  peripheral  nervous  system  consists of  the: 
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3)  _______  A)  b r a i n   a nd  the  spi nal  cor d.  a u t o n o m ic  nervous  system  and the  sensory - somatic  nervous  system. 
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brain and the sensory - somatic nervous system.  D) 
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brain and the autonomic  nervous system.  E) 
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spinal cord and the  sensory - somatic system.    4) 
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A good  control  group  ________. 
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4)  _______  A)  c o n t a i n s   at  lea st  on co nfo un h o l d c o n st a nt all  variables  in the  experime ntal  group  except  the one  of  interest 
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has a limited number of  research participants  D) 
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is identical to the  experimental group  E) 
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has a limited number of  dependent variables    5) 
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Suzie was  ice skating  when out of  nowhere  came a cat  running right  in front of  her causing  her to fall.  When she  fell, she  landed on  the side of  her head.  Shortly  afterwards,  Suzie  complained  that she  could not  understand  what people  were saying  to her.  Which lobe  would have  been most  affected by  this fall  given what  she  experienced
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5)  _______  A)  o c cip ital  fr ontal 
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cerebral  D) 
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temporal  E) 
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parietal    6) 
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Dendrite is  to axon as: 
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6)  _______  A)  s e n d   is  to  rec eiv e.  r e c eive is to  release. 
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regulate is to send.  D) 
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receive is to send.  E) 
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course PYSC 101 taught by Professor Baylis during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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