Lecturer Psychology Solved Past Papers MCQs Test No. 34

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Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 34
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 34

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The head-injured patient lost the ability to breathe. Autopsy revealed neural damage in the:

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A physical stimulus is converted into a neural impulse by a process known as:

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The frontal lobe is to personality as temporal lobe is to

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.....................is the cerebral "alarm clock" which selectively filters incoming stimuli:

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The researcher stimulates the lateral area of the rat's hypothalamus. The resulting behavioural outcome is:

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For the diabetic, the basic problem is that the.................. is not producing .................

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Which of the following is not a neurotransmitter?

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A person who is in the circus because he is nine feet tall and has very large hands and feet and a protruding jaw can attribute his physiological abnormality to an overactive:

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The cerebellum functions prominently in which of the following areas?

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Transduction is:

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When researcher stimulated an animal's limbic system, the net outcome effect was:

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Of the following malfunctions, the one not pituitary based is:

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.................is a neurotransmitter-related brain disorder associated with acetylcholine deficiency:

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A term collectively describing muscles and glands is:

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A neuron does not contain:

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Which of the following mobilizes the body by secreting epinephrine in stressful situations?

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Not among the major brain division is:

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Incorrectly paired are:

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Preparing the body "for fight or flight" is the function of the (a) pituitary gland (b) parathyroid gland:

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................measures brain-wave activity, more specifically, emitted potentials.

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You are a right-handed, split-brain patient. You have just been very briefly show a telephone picture to the left of your center-vision point. You will:

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As one moves from external stimulus to motor response, which of the following constitutes an accurate sequential pattern?

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The brain area central to language production is:

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Receptors generally referred to as chemical are:

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The gland of the body serve as:

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