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their chest and legs. Which part of Ramon's brain is activated by this viewing? a. Fusiform face area (FFA) b. Parahippocampal place area (PPA) c. Extrastriate body area (EBA) d. Functional magnetic area (FMA) 20. Your text describes the occurrence of a "cognitive revolution" during which dramatic changes took place in the way psychology was studied. This so-called "revolution" occurred parallel to (and, in part, because of) the introduction of a. cognitive psychology textbooks. b. analytic introspection. c. Skinner boxes. d. computers. 21. Which of the following are the two primary categories of models in cognitive psychology? a. Structural models and process models b. Biological models and psychological models c. Interpersonal models and intrapersonal models d. Psychodynamic models and behavioral models 22. The idea of a grandmother cell is consistent with a. distributed coding. b. specificity coding. c. subtraction techniques. 3
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d. primary receiving areas. 23. If a word is identified more easily when it is in a sentence than when it is presented alone, this would be an example of processing. a. top-down b. bottom-up c. serial d. sequential 24. Brain imaging has made it possible to a. determine which areas of the brain are involved in different cognitive processes. b. view individual neurons in the brain. c. show how environmental energy is transformed into neural energy. d. view propagation of action potentials. 25. The perception pathway corresponds to the ________ pathway, while the action pathway corresponds to the _________ pathway. a. where; what b. what; where c. size; distance d. distance; size 4
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