Lecturer Psychology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 35

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 35
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 35

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Damage to the ventromedial region of the hypothalamus would most likely result in which of the following?

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Chemicals that act as messengers between animals are referred to as:

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Which of the following theorists is credited with first inferring the existence of synapses?

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Which of the following is associated primarily with the non-dominant cerebral hemisphere?

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Which of the following best characterizes the difference between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems?

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Which of the following is a principal function of the parietal lobe?

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Which of the following tools provides the best analogy for DNA?

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Sensory-motor responses that are rapid and automatic are called:

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Comparatively speaking, which one of the following animals has the most prominent cerebral cortex?

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Which of the following is associated with the hypothalamus?

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If a patient is diagnosed as having a demyelinizing disease in which myelin degenerates from around the bodies of axons, which of the following is likely to occur?

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If a neuron will not fire regardless of the amount of stimulation, it is most likely:

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The cells that respond to changes in their environment and signal these changes to the nervous system are known as:

14 / 25

Body metabolism is a key function to the:

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Afferent pathways are involved in which of the following sensory systems?

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Which one of the following is true of afferent neurons?

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Neurons generally cannot fire at rates exceeding 1000 impulses per second. This maximum firing rate can be largely attributed to:

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Damage to the hippocampus would most likely result in:

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The "fight or flight" response to a perceived threat is associated with increased activity of:

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Which of the following describes the correct sequence of electrical activity as it passes through a single nerve cell?

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Occipital lobe is located in:

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The sympathetic nervous system:

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Most sensory information is relayed to the cerebral cortex by the:

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The action potential "jumps" along an axon. The gaps in a myelinated axon that the action potential "jumps" to are called the:

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Which of the following glands is frequently referred to as the "master gland" since it regulates the activity of many other glands?

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