p 155 Approximately what percentage of what the brain does is automatic A 35

P 155 approximately what percentage of what the brain

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74.(p. 155)Approximately what percentage of what the brain does is automatic? A. 35 percentB. 59 percent
C. 83 percentD.97 percentBloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 75.(p. 155)What is the name of the brain cells that are fired when an action is performed? Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 76.(p. 155)When juries are listening to testimony and trying to decide whether or not a defendant is guilty, they are using Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 77.(p. 155)What is the hormone that allows mothers to bond with their newborn infants? Bloom's Taxonomy: Understand Level: Basic Topic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self
78.(p. 155)The brain's ability to restructure and reorganize itself is known as brain A. conformity.B. expansion.C.plasticity.D. elasticity.Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 79.(p. 156)Which theorist believes that power shapes our daily life and our sense of self? Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 80.(p. 155)All of the following statements are true, according to Michel Foucault, EXCEPT that Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 81.(p. 156)Which of the following would be considered a regime of power? Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply Level: Basic Topic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self
82.(p. 156)According to Michel Foucault, where do the effects of culture reside? A. with our family and close friendsB. in our societyC.within each personD. outside of ourselvesBloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social Self 83.(p. 157)What did sociologist Sherry Turkle discover? Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: Moderate Topic: Online Communication and Identity

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