b perception c multitasking d consciousness e divided attention d consciousness

B perception c multitasking d consciousness e divided

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b. perception. c. multitasking. d. consciousness. e. divided attention. d. consciousness The psychological effects of LSD are best described as a. consistent and predictable. b. consistent, but unpredictable. c. variable and unpredictable. d. unknown. e. variable, but predictable. c. variable and unpredictable.
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Beta brain waves are ______, and alpha brain waves are ______. a. fast and high-amplitude; slow and rhythmic b. fast and low-amplitude; slow and rhythmic c. slow and high-amplitude; fast and rhythmic d. slow and low-amplitude; fast and rhythmic e. large and rhythmic; slow and rhythmic b. fast and low-amplitude; slow and rhythmic Jason just took PCP and now appears to be mentally confused. He is disoriented and is having difficulty focusing his attention. Jason is likely experiencing a. tolerance. b. psychosis. c. withdrawal.
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d. delirium. e. lucidity. d. delirium. Which organ is most severely damaged by alcohol abuse? a. bladder b. liver c. kidneys d. stomach e. heart b. liver Reduction of central nervous system activity is the defining feature of
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a. amphetamines. b. hallucinogens. c. stimulants. d. depressants. e. stimulants and amphetamines. d. depressants. Some nights Chang has problems falling asleep. Other nights, he wakes up several times during the night and has difficulty returning to sleep. Chang likely suffers from which sleep disorder? a. sleep apnea b. insomnia c. narcolepsy
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d. sleepwalking e. nightmare disorder b. insomnia Which of the following statements about marijuana is FALSE? a. It introduces cancer-causing substances into the body and increases risk of respiratory diseases. b. Its use increases heart rate and is linked to later use of harder drugs. c. It has been shown that regular use leads to both psychological and physiological dependence. d. Its use has a definable withdrawal syndrome among long-term heavy users who abruptly stop using it. e. More than 40 percent of adult Americans report having used marijuana at some point in their lives. c. It has been shown that regular use leads to both psychological and physiological dependence.
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Regarding patterns of smoking, which of the following statements is FALSE? a. More educated people are less likely to smoke than less educated people. b. More people have quit smoking than are current smokers. c. Only about 1 in 20 adult Americans are regular smokers. d. More men than women are smokers. e. Smoking rates have begun to climb among teenagers. c. Only about 1 in 20 adult Americans are regular smokers. If your college campus is like the average campus in the United States, what percentage of students has engaged in binge drinking during the last month? Answers: a. the majority, 66% b.
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some, about 15% c. almost half, about 40% d. very few, about 5% e. a moderate number, 22% c. almost half, about 40% Wylene is able to pay attention to street signs as she drives her pick-up truck, but is not aware of noises coming from the street and other vehicles. Wylene's experience is an example of Answers: a.
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