Lecturer Psychology Solved Past Papers MCQs Test No. 34

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 34
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. 34

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

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

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

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The cerebellum functions prominently in which of the following areas?

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

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

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Receptors generally referred to as chemical 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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Incorrectly paired are:

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

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A neuron does not contain:

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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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Not among the major brain division is:

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

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

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

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The frontal lobe is to personality as temporal lobe is to

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A term collectively describing muscles and glands is:

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The brain area central to language production is:

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The gland of the body serve as:

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Transduction is:

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

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Which of the following is not a neurotransmitter?

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