Psych 357 practice final exam

During the secretory phase of the monthly cycle a the

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23. During the secretory phase of the monthly cycle: A. the cells of the endometrium increase in size and number. B. the cells of the endometrium fill with fats and glycogen. C. the cells of the endometrium produce progesterone, estrogen, androgen, and inhibin. D. menstruation occurs. E. the Graafian follicle and ovum are growing and maturing.
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24. Pregnancy tests assess the presence of which of the following hormone(s)? 25. Studies of women’s sex drive across the monthly cycle have shown that, for a normally- cycling woman, self-initiated sexual activities tend to: 26. Compared to women who relinquish their children in open adoptions, women who relinquish in closed adoptions: 27. Endometriosis is: A. the inflammation of the endometrium caused by an IUD. B. pelvic pain resulting when blood that is released as the ovarian wall ruptures at ovulation irritates tissue and organs in the pelvic cavity. C. a common side effect resulting when the oviducts are cut and tied or burned when a woman is sterilized. D. the growth and cyclic changes of endometrial tissue growing outside the uterus. E. a common symptom of menopause that can be alleviated by ERT or HRT.
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28. In “Cognitive changes in pregnancy: Mild decline or societal stereotype”, Crawley et al. concluded that:
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