PPSC Lecturer Psychology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 42

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 42
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. 42

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In split-brain patients, it is possible to determine experimentally the capabilities of each hemisphere because sensory and motor information flow:

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Which of the following is the brain structure that regulates the body's internal environment, in part through influences on the autonomic nervous system and hormones:

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The cerebral cortex is divided into left and right hemispheres, each with four visible lobe, which of the following would not be considered one of the lobes?

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What type of charged particle enters the neuron at the beginning of the action potential?

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Which of the following is most likely to be a result of damage to the frontal lobes?

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The terms occipital, parietal, temporal, and frontal refer to:

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In the primary motor cortex, the amount of cortical space devoted to a given body part depends on the:

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In humans, the brain structure that takes up the greatest percentage of total brain volume is the:

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In the somato-sensory cortex, the amount of cortical space corresponding to a given part of the body is related to the:

10 / 25

The chemical messengers secreted into the blood are called:

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The structure in the limbic system that plays an important role in memory formation is the:

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Studies of people with brain damage have contributed most to our understanding of which of the following?

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A strong stimulus can increase:

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Within the axon terminals are vesicles that hold:

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Heartbeat, digestion, and other self-regulating bodily functions are governed by:

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The two hemispheres of the cerebral cortex are functionally symmetrical in all of the following except:

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The frontal lobes of the cerebral cortex are critical to:

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Which of the following statements regarding hormones is false?

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Communication between neurons or between a neuron and a muscle cell takes place across:

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Though there is no single "control center" for emotions, their regulation is primarily attributed to the brain region known as the:

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A person suffers some brain damage as the result of a car accident. The person can remember things that happened prior to the accident but cannot from new long-term memories. This person is likely to have sustained damage to which of the following areas?

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The axon terminal of one neuron is separated from another neuron by a:

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The structure of the brain that has the most direct control over the activity of the pituitary gland is the:

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People whose corpus collosum had been severed to treat epilepsy:

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Studies of people with localized brain damage indicate that:

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