2005exam1 - EXAM 1 Psychology 100 2/7/05 Slayter Box Number...

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EXAM 1 Psychology 100 2/7/05 Slayter Box Number _________ Be sure to carefully read the questions on this exam. Write legibly – if I can’t read it, I can’t give points. Consider the point values for each question as you decide how to best allocate your time. [There are 100 points in this exam, and you have 50 minutes.] Please fit your answers into the space provided. All exams (besides those with previous arrangements) are due at the end of class. Academic dishonesty of any kind will result in zero points for the exam.
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EXAM 1 Psychology 100 2/7/05 “MULTIPLE CHOICE” QUESTIONS: 5 questions, 5 points each The standard deviation is a statistical measure that tells us the difference between A. two distributions B. the largest and the smallest score in a distribution C. two scores in a distribution D. a score and the mean of the distribution Synaptic transmission almost always requires A. myelination B. excitatory neurotransmitters C. inhibitory neurotransmitters D. receptor molecules Draw a line between each area of the cortex and the processing that it primarily supports. Frontal Lobe vision processing Parietal Lobe sensory processing Temporal Lobe reasoning, attention Occipital Lobe integration of information In a study I did, a rat would jump in response to red light because I had paired the light with an
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 100 taught by Professor Chin-parker during the Fall '05 term at Denison.

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