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10.
Chemical communication is carried out between neurons by substances called:

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29.
One-year-old Jane is not overly fearful of strangers but she clearly prefers to
be held by her mother than by anyone else. Her behavior illustrates:

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Hormones are the chemical communicators of which biological system?

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Industrial/Organizational psychologist s study ________

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33.
Martha is very creative and she enjoys making new and unusual works in her
ceramics class. Which of the following Big Five trait dimensions is most
closely related to Martha s level of creativity?

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14. For
most people, the production of language resides in the ___________.

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11.
Which of the following is NOT a structure of the neuron?

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28. You
have a pair of pliers and a bag of nuts in the shell. You are lamenting the
fact that you can t shell the nuts because you do not have a nutcracker. Your
inability to perceive the pliers as a makeshift nutcracker demonstrates _____
on your part.

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37.
People with unipolar disorders experience ____________; most people with
bipolar disorders experience ____________.

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7.
Which pair of variables would you expect to be positively correlated?

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1.
Which following statement is MORE LIKELY to be made by a humanistic
psychologist?

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6.
Which of the following statements is INCORRECT?

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40. A
person whose behavior is dominated by irrational thinking, poor reality
contact, disturbed emotions, delusions, and hallucinations probably has a(n.
___________ disorder.

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5. In
order to study the effects of loud noise on worker productivity, Dr.McDuffee
had one group of research participant s work in a noisy room and a second group
work in a quiet room. Those who worked in the quiet room were exposed to the
__________ condition.

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19. A
physiological and psychological response to any circumstances that threaten or
challenge an individual and requires some form of adaptation or adjustment is
known as ___________?

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21.
Which of the following is most likely to have been learned through classical
conditioning?

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42. A
person who continues to take a drug to avoid withdrawal symptoms such as
tremors and chills is exhibiting ________________.

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34.
Although Sara was told not to, she ate three cookies before dinner. By choosing
to eat the cookies, Sigmund Freud would say, she was following the desires of
her _______.

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20.
Neal and Joe met recently at an accounting job fair. Neal lost his job when his
company downsized last week and even though it came as a complete surprise, he
was given two months severance pay to hold him over until he finds a new position.
Joe, on the other hand decided to quit his job to look for another and he has
two months of vacation pay to hold him over until he finds a new position.
What, if any stress are Neal and Joe experiencing?

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17.
Sensation differs from perception because sensation involves _______________.

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13. You
are in your room listening to music and, realize you are thirsty, you can feel
that your soda is no longer cold, and you decide to invite a friend over. What
parts of the central nervous system would be primarily involved in each of
these italicized behaviors?

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38. Max
worries about everything. He worries about his job, his finances and the
economy. You name it and he worries about it. Max could be diagnosed as having
a(n. _________________.

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43.
Which of the following is an example of systematic desensitization?

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49.
During a recent disaster John witnessed and watched an accident and yet did
nothing to provide assistance. He may have rationalized, engaged in denial or
transferred his personal responsibility to help in the situation because of
what Social Psychologist call the ____________.

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46. The
DSM is a reference manual for ___________.

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25.
After seeing his co-worker rewarded with a gift certificate to the nicest
restaurant in town for getting to work on time every day for a year, Colin
never got to work late again. This is an example of _____________.

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47.
Ali, a survivor of Hurricane Katrina, continues to have nightmares, flashbacks,
and anxiety attacks. Ali is most likely suffering from ___________.

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31.
Doreen thinks that her brother, Darren, got more sandwich than she did because
their father cut Darren s sandwich into quarters, while hers was left in one
piece. Doreen s reasoning is typical of a child in the _________ stage of
cognitive development.

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22.
Shahid was in a serious automobile accident on a snowy evening last winter that
caused him to feel anxious every time it snowed and he had to get behind the
wheel. After a few months, Shahid s fear of driving in the snow disappeared. To
Shahid s surprise, the first snowfall of the next year once again brought back
his fear of driving in the snow. The return of Shahid s fear can best be
described by the behavioral concept of _______________.

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39.
James is so afraid of snakes that he is unable to leave the house. James is
most likely suffering from a(n. ___________.

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26. The
order of the basic memory processes in which information enters our memory
system and is used later is

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23. On
Travis first date, he and his girlfriend danced to the country song Red Neck
Woman. Every time Travis hears that song on his favorite country music station
he thinks of his girlfriend and gets a warm feeling. Travis only gets these
warm feelings when he hears Red Neck Woman and not when he hears other country
songs. Travis behavior is an example of ________________.

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50.
Singh s religious beliefs require that men keep their heads covered at all
times, but while living in America he is aware that it is traditional for men
to bare their heads when the flag passes by them. He feels conflicted, but
decides the disapproving looks are not worth it and removes his hat. Singh s
behavior is an example of which form of social influence?

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9.
Howard Gardner s theory that intelligence is composed of seven (or nine.
distinct abilities is called ___________

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27. A
student s organized set of expectations about how a college professor is
supposed to act is an example of a _________.

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Using electrical stimulation to compete with or block pain signals involves a

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41.
Psychopharmacology involves treating mental disorders with ___________.

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35.
When asked to describe herself, 5-year old Jamie says My hair is black . Jamie
s physical description of herself is part of her____________.

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While boating one afternoon with his father, Ernesto Jr. was given a gift
certificate by the local Coast Guard representative for wearing his life
jacket. Ernesto Jr. now wears his life Jacket every time he goes out on his
father s boat. His change in behavior is the result of ____________.

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Dr.Smithe is designing a study to investigate whether aggressive preschoolers
are likely to become aggressive adolescents. Dr.Smithe should use
______________

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48.
Unusually low levels of _____________ have been associated with a lowered male
sex drive.

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8. A
psychology professor secretly did a research project in his class testing
whether increasing eye contact during lectures led to better class
participation (class participation did not factor into students grades.. This
is most clearly a violation of which APA Ethical Guideline?

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2. A
researcher was interested to see how often preschoolers engage in cooperative
behaviors. He videotaped preschoolers at a playground and counted the number of
time children displayed cooperative behaviors. His research goal was to
______________ behavior.

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18. As
you take this test, it is unlikely that you are constantly aware that your legs
are making contact with the legs of the chair. This is called: _____________.

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44. A
central goal of psychoanalysis is to ____________.

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15.
Shot in the head, the victim died instantly because the bullet entered the
_______, the portion of the brain that regulates breathing.

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32.
Fifteen year old Mark is trying to figure out what he should do after he
graduates from college. According to Erikson, Mark is in the stage of ________________.

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45. The
form of therapy that emphasizes recognizing and changing negative thought
patterns is __________ therapy.

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4. The
experimental procedure in which both the experimenter and subjects are unaware
of who is in the experimental group and who is in the control group is referred
to as a/an ______________

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36.
Strategies used by the ego to prevent anxious or threatening thoughts from
entering conscious awareness are called____________.

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