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154. If you burn your finger, ________ transmit pain-triggering signals to your centralnervous system.A)olfactory receptor cellsB)vestibular sacsC)nociceptorsD)hair cells
155. The gate-control theory attempts to explain how
156. According to the classic gate-control theory, activation of smaller spinal cord nervefibers ________ pain and activation of larger spinal cord nerve fibers ________ pain.
157. On the day she is to be interviewed for an important new position, Rachel awakens witha severe toothache. During the interview she feels no pain; not until 30 minutes laterdoes she become aware again of the troublesome toothache. Rachel's experience is bestexplained by
158. Phantom limb sensations best illustrate that pain can be experienced in the absence ofA)sensory input.B)top-down processing.C)conscious awareness.D)kinesthesia.
159. In the absence of normal sensory input, spontaneous central nervous system activity cantrigger the sensation of pain. This is best illustrated by
160. Tinnitus is a phantom ________ sensation.
161. Memories of an episode of physical pain are ________ heavily influenced by our pain'speak moment than by our pain's duration. These memories are ________ heavilyinfluenced by the final moments of the episode than by our pain's duration.
162. Our experience of pain may be intensified when we perceive that others areexperiencing pain. This best illustrates the importance ofA)phantom limb sensations.B)the vestibular sense.C)top-down processing.D)dissociation.
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Psychology, Sensorineural Hearing Loss, basilar membrane

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