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lII. 1-3 Word Answers Answer in the formatted space on the answer sheet. 1 mark each. Total = 14 marks. 1. What is the modern term given to nonlethal suicide-like gestures with no intention to die? 2. Which division of the autonomic nervous system is associated with rest? 3. Name the hypothalamic region most associated with female sexual behaviour. 4. What is the emotional syndrome in infants associated with loss of mother? 5. Which neural structure is most known to be associated with the balance between fear and rage? 6. Name the two hormones from the posterior pituitary. 7. Name the most abundant sex steroid (androgen) that comes from the adrenal cortex. 8. Which system of male-female affiliation is defined by some males having multiple mates? 9. What psychological factor has the greatest bearing on whether male mammals bond to females? 10. At what age in a child’s development is maternal infanticide most likely to occur? 11. Identify a peptide, found in hypothalamus and amygdala, that is involved in acute stress and panic. 12. Which simple emotion (other than fear) involves eyes and mouth wide open and ears perked? 13. Which neurotransmitter is associated with the parasympathetic nervous system? 14. Which nucleus in the limbic forebrain is associated with reward and addiction? lV. 75 Word Answers Answer each question in the space on the answer sheet. 6 marks each This is simply the relative weight in grading, and is not directly related to number of “items of information”. 1. When during development do specific nuclei in the brain differentiate into masculine and feminine forms. Which area of the brain is most affected? What is the critical determining factor? Which forms of behaviour are affected? 2. Identify average differences in aggressiveness between male and female mammals. Which forms of aggression are most affected? Explain the evolutionary basis. 3. Why does pain perception not directly relate to the degree of physical injury? What physiological factors inhibit pain perception?
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3 Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour 3M03: Answer key to test on November 12, 2013 TF: Any 6 of dghptu MC: DDECB DBCEC CD 1. parasuicide 2. parasympathetic
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