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A""°""°°me"‘s In Course: PSYC101 0001 Fall10(PSYC101D001FalI10) Syllabus Instructor: Kisha Jones Discussm" B°ards Your score on this exam is 18 out of 20 . c°urs° Mate'ia's Instructions: This quiz covers Chapters 4 and 5 of the course textbook. It is open-book and unproctored. The best answer for each question should be selected. The test is due by 11:59pm Sunday at the end of its assigned week. All APUS assignments are due per ASSIgnmentS/Exams Eastern Time. Test deadlines cannot be customized for different time zones. If you are in another time zone you will need to submit earlier
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Gmdebook Question 1 (Worth 2 points)
Mailbox Hormones that regulate the development and functioning of reproductive organs are called hormones.
Tools Endorphin Dopamine Melatonin ° Sex This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 2 Question 2 (Worth 2 points) Which of the following act like antennas, receiving messages from as many as 10,000 other cells and transmitting these messages toward
the cell body? ° Dendrites
This is a correct answer Glial cells
Myelin sheaths Axons Points earned on this question: 2 Question 3 (Worth 2 points) April spots the boy that she has a crush on sitting by his friends. Her heart begins to pound, her hands get sweaty, and her cheeks feel hot.
April's has/have been activated. Spinal cord
Skeletal nervous system ° Autonomic nervous system
This is a correct answer Somatic nervous system Points earned on this question: 2 Question 4 (Worth 2 points) The most important function of endorphins is to
Promote digestion and regulate metabolism
Affect the functioning of target organs and tissue ° Enable neurons to excite or inhibit each other lof3 4/18/2011 10:15AM : PSYC101D001Fa11 10 https://on1ine.apus.edu/educator/student/examform.cgi?kj2607*412361... This is a correct answer Increase the body's sensitivity to pain. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 5 (Worth 2 points) Which brain area is primarily involved in emotional arousal? Amygdala
This is a correct answer Thalamus
Hippocampus ° Hypothalamus Points earned on this question: 0 Question 6 (Worth 2 points) Freud called the unconscious wishes and thoughts expressed symbolically in our dreams the content ° Latent
This is a correct answer Marginal
Manifest Patent Points earned on this question: 2 Question 7 (Worth 2 points) The sociocognitive approach to hypnosis suggests that
hypnosis is a unique state distinct from normal consciousness
the hypnotized person is consciously faking or playacting ° hypnosis is an interaction between the social inﬂuence of the hypnotist and the abilities, beliefs, and expectations of the subject
This is a correct answer there is a split in consciousness so that one part of the mind operates independently from the other Points earned on this question: 2 Question 8 (Worth 2 points) Which one of the following describes narcolepsy
Difficulty in staying asleep or falling asleep ° Asleep disorder involving sudden and unpredictable daytime attacks of sleepiness or actual asleep.
This is a correct answer Extended periods of chronic sleeplessness Adisorder in which breathing brieﬂy stops during sleep, causing the person to choke. Points earned on this question: 2 Question 9 (Worth 2 points) In very large doses, drugs can cause convulsions, heart failure, and death
Depressant ° Stimulant
This is a correct answer 20f3 4/18/2011 10:15AM :PSYC101D001Fa1110 30f3 https://on1ine.apus.edu/educator/student/examform.cgi?kj2607*412361... Psychedelics Points earned on this question: 2 Question 10 (Worth 2 points) The problem-focused theory of dreaming states that ° The purpose of dreaming is to resolve current concerns and problems
This is a correct answer Dreaming is a by—product of a process of elimination or strengthening neural connections
The purpose of dreaming is to express unconscious wishes, thoughts, and conﬂicts There is no purpose to dreaming; dreams occur because of random brainstem signals Points earned on this question: 2
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