PPSC Lecturer Psychology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 41

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 41
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. 41

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The parts of motor neuron or an interneuron that are specialized to receive signals from other neurons are the:

2 / 25

The fatty material protecting the axon in some neurons is called a/an:

3 / 25

Which of the following distinguishes a sensory neuron from a motor neuron or an interneuron?

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The peripheral nervous system is made up of extensions from the central nervous system known as:

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Parkinson's disease, characterized by involuntary muscle tremors and difficulty in starting and stopping deliberate movements, is due to deterioration of neurons running from the brainstem into the:

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The elementary units of the nervous system that carry out the functions of the system are called:

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A ...............is a bundle of ..............

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You accidentally dip your hand into some boiling water, and later realize that you jerked your hand out of the water before you felt pain. Which of the following is the most likely explanation?

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Neurons that exist completely within the central nervous system are called:

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Neurons that carry messages to muscles and glands are called:

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Which of the following structures, located at the top of the brainstem and at the middle of the brain, is often described as being the relay station connecting various parts of:

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Which of the following is most true of the spinal cord and the brainstem?

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Which division of the nervous system carries neural commands directly to the muscles that produce observable body movements?

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A chemical substance designed to affect another cell is released by the .................of a neuron. Which part of the neuron release neurotransmitters onto receiving cells?

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Which division of the nervous system carries neural commands directly to the glands and internal muscular structures such as the heart and intestines?

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The function of the sensory neurons is to:

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Our heart begins to pound and your pulse begins to race as you step towards the podium to deliver your speech. The part .of the nervous system that is directly producing this physiological response is the:

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You raise your hand to answer a question in class. What is the last division of the nervous system to play a part in this action?

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If the spinal cord is severed closer to the brain than to the bottom of the spinal column:

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The thin, tube-like branches that increase the surface area of the cell body in the motor neuron and interneuron are called:

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When you smile, a-nerve stimulates face muscles. When you prick your toe, the pain travels to the central nervous system by a-nerve:

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The most numerous neurons in the human nervous system are:

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Within the limbic system, the two structures that interconnect to from a circuit Wrapped around the thalamus and basal ganglia are the brain?

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Which of the following pairs are functionally most similar and, in fact, play complementary roles in initiating movement?

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Under conditions of stress, which of the following prepares the body for possible "fight or flight"?

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