Six muscles passing from the trunk to the scapula that hold the scapula in
place and move it in relation to the trunk
o On the posterior aspect of the chest wall:
How do you explain the apparent contradictory finding of spontaneous pain and
interference with pain perception in approximately the same area?
Peripheral neuropathies, also known as peripheral nerve palsies, are characterized by
regional losses of sensor
1. Identify the muscles in the anterior compartment of the leg.
In the anterior compartment of the leg, you will find the following: extensor
digitorum longus, extensor hallucis longus, fibularis tertius (also known as
1. The dorsalis pedis artery is palpated (at the)
a. Anteromedial surface of the foot
2. Structures that compose the ankle joint include
a. All of the above
a.i. Medial malleolus
a.ii. The distal articular surface of the tibia
Case Study Spinal Cord and Spinal Column
A 43-year-old college professor tried to push his car, which was caught in a snowdrift,
and immediately suffered sudden and severe pain in the lower back. He felt as if
something had "snapped"
1. What is the function of the intervertebral disk and what are its two components?
The intervertebral discs have two functions:
(1) to separate individual vertebrae, and
(2) to transmit the load from one vertebra to an
1. To what extent does the statement that the right coronary artery supplies the right
heart, and the left coronary artery the left heart, require qualification?
The left and right coronary arteries are middle-sized muscular arteries that
1. What is the name of the foramen at the lower end of the canal, through which the
nerve emerges from the skull?
The name of the foramen at the lower end of the canal, through which the
nerve emerges from the skull is the stylomasto
21 October 2013
The two basic needs in X are the need for rootedness and identity. Rootedness is defined
as feeling part of a larger group, like a sorority or a Lakers fan. Identity is bei
18 November 2013
Maslow and Rogers Theory
The symptoms shown by X are inferiority, a sense of incompetence, and
negativity. For example she often explains how she is not smart enough for her major,
Basic anxiety, defined as Horney would, is a universal and fundamental fear
children have of being left alone or abandoned. The level of basic anxiety in subject X is
low. Due t
Subject Xs orientation for life is from an extraverted perspective. As defined by
Jung and extraverted person is fascinated by the outside world and want to go out into the
world and find something new and something different. For example, on
5 September 2013
The chosen subject of study will be known as X. X is an overweight 20-yearold red haired female. She is a student with no other current occupation. The following
6 November 2013
The trait I choose to focus on displayed by X is her sense of humor. From a behaviorism
view, this trait was learned through gradual shaping; meaning she first started telling jokes
28 October 2013
In the first psycho-social stage, the oral sensory stage, X developed basic trust. It is likely
that she developed this by her parents tending to her often when she was a
25 November 2013
Some examples of constructs that I use are: male-female, physically fit-lazy,
honest-dishonest, good-bad, and leader-follower. Supraordinate constructs, or those at the
Exam 2 Study Guide
Autonomic nervous system
o Know how they differ in points of origin on spinal cord and general
functions (e.g., heart rate, digestive processes, etc.) of
Sympathetic nervous system
Increases heart rate, blood pressure, and car
Psy336 Psychology of Emotions
Assignment #3 worth 20 points, due at the
beginning of class Tuesday, 4/15
All articles are available for download as pdfs on Beachboard.
For youths, depression often has a sequel (2010)
1.) Of the 200 ado
Exam 3 Study Guide
3 perspectives on the effects of emotions on cognition
o Emotion congruence:
Moods and emotions are associative networks in the mind
We should be able to learn material that is congruent with our
o Feelings as
23 September 2013
A repressive behavior while in a stressful state exhibited by subject X is to
consume. X was studying for a test coming up saying that she was, very stressed.
Which of the following is most easily recognized on the lateral portion of a cross-section at
the level of the middle thoracic vertebrae?
The pulmonary circuit contains about 9 percent of the total volume of blood.
Chapter Nine Ch.9 Alcohol Study Guide
1. What is distillation? Fermentation?
Distillation: process by which the heating of a fermented mixture increases its alcohol
Fermentation: combustive process in which yeasts interact with the sugars in plant