When I am a passenger in a car I tend to gaze mindlessly out the window I

When i am a passenger in a car i tend to gaze

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61. When I am a passenger in a car, I tend to gaze mindlessly out the window. I notice that objects close tothe road (e.g., traffic barrels) seem to go by very quickly, while the trees in the distance seem to movemore slowly. I can tell the distance of the objects by how quickly they go by. This is an illustration ofwhat monocular cue?a. relative sizeb. interpositionc. linear perspectived. motion paralax62. Hypnotizability is most related to:63. You are at a large, loud party having a conversation with a fried. You ignore all the noise around you tofocus on your conversation, but suddenly you hear, and are able to attend to, someone calling yourname. This is an example of:64. Mike used to experience occasional bouts of insomnia. Recently he started taking sleeping pills to helphim overcome the insomnia. Now he finds that he cannot get to sleep unless he takes a sleeping pill.This would suggest that Mike:65. Mike bought his $500 car before he knew how to drive a stick-shift (a manual). For the first couple ofdays, Mike got stuck at stop lights because he could not keep the car from stalling (very embarrassing).He had to use very concentrated effort to shift gears. After a few weeks, shifting became easier and hedid not have to think about it anymore, he just did it. This is an example of:a. an automatic process becoming a controlled processb. a controlled process becoming an automatic processc. a transfer of skill acquisition from driving an automatic car to a manual card. an attention deficit disorder
Psychology 101: McNamara Fall 2001 Exam 1 15FILL IN THE BLANK[20 total points: 1 point for each blank]1. The primary goals of psychological science are (1)_description__ and (2)_explanation__.2. Because psychology is a science, like other scientists, psychologists prize data and theories that are(1)_verifiable__, cumulative, public, and (2)__parsimonious__.3. Because observation is the ultimate authority in psychology, psychologists use the _scientific method_as their main tool for investigating behavior and mind. It involves forming a hypothesis on the basis ofinitial observations, and then testing the hypothesis with further observations.4. Representative samples are produced through__random sampling___, which means that everyone in thetarget population has an equal likelihood of being selected for the survey.5. The aspect of the environment that is manipulated in an experiment is called the __6. The part of the neuron that transmits information from one neuron to other neurons and cells is the__7. The process associated with an increase in the likelihood of an action potential is __8. One neurotransmitter that often produces inhibitory effects and stabilizes communication within thebrain is__

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