Intro to Psych test 1 study guide
Intro to Psych test 1 study guide Psyc 2010
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1. What is the study of psychology? A. Study of the mind B. Study of the brain C. Study of behavior D. All of the above 2. Name 2 tools used to study behavior: 3. What 2 tasks have the most errors? ______________ and _____________ 4. What part of psychological studies include thoughts and emotions? A. The brain B. Behavior C. The mind 5. What procedure shows the various active parts of the brain? A. MRI B. FMRI C. CT scan D. MRA 6. What science measures how the stars move? A. Astrology B. Astronomy C. Starology D. Agrostology 7. What kind of science depends on observation and experimentation? ___________________ 8. Does The hot hand theory Exist? Yes or No. (After a basketball shooter has made 2 or 3 shots in a row, that shooter will be more likely to make the next shot than after missing the last 2 or 3 shots.) 9. Who was not part of prescientific psychology? A. Plato B. Aristotle C. Al Kindi D. Sigmund Freud 10. Where did Francis Bacon believe knowledge came from? A. The senses B. you’re born with it C. school 11. If you see that one side of a sheep has been shorn and use that to assume the other side of the sheep has been shorn that makes you a: A. Rationalist B. Empiricist 12. Who discovered that our theories may be biased? A. Francis Bacon B. Plato C. John Stuart Mill D. Sigmund Freud 13. Who founded the worlds 1 psychology lab? A. Edward Titchener B. Wilhem Wundt C. William James D. Sigmund Freud 14. If you are experiencing increased heart rate, sweaty palms, and dilated eyes, what emotion are you expressing? A. Joy B. Relief C. Sadness D. Fear 15. Which psychologist didn’t do any research to see if his methods were helping people? A. Sigmund Freud B. Wilhelm Wundt C. Francis Bacon D. Plato 16. Where did people originally think psychological disorders came from? A. Teeth B. Women’s reproductive Systems C. All of the above 17. Who focused strictly on observable behavior? A. Aristotle B. Wundt & Bacon C. Watson & Skinner D. Freud 18. What are the 3 levels of psychological analysis? A. Biological, Psychological, Sociocultural B. Biological, Emotional, Experimental C. Pathological, Psychological, Sociocultural D. Psychological, Emotional, Observational 19. What level does looking at emotional processes fall under? A. Biological B. Psychological C. Emotional 20. Define hostile cognitive bias 21. What kind of personality has a “go get it” attitude? A. Type A B. Type B C. Type C 22. What level does a social psychologist study? A. Sociocultural B. Biological C. Observational 23. Overconfidence is ___________. A. Uncommon B. common in educated people C. common in uneducated people 24. Which is not a step of the Scientific Method? A. Perform a controlled test B. Form a hypothesis C. Keep your results a secret E. None of the above 25. If the correlation coefficient is +.80 for the relationship between the amount of people who eat breakfast in the morning & the amount of people who go to bed before 11 p.m., what kind of relationship is this? A. Positive, Strong B. Inverse, strong C. Positive, weak D. Inverse, weak 26. What is a spurious relationship? A. b causes a B. c causes b&a C. a causes b 27. Are correlations bad science? A. Yes B. No 28. Which type of variable can we not manipulate? A. Weather B. Setting C. Personality D. Time 29. The factor manipulated is the ______ variable and we see how that effects the ______ variable. A. Dependent, Independent B. Independent, Dependent C. Independent, Independent 30. To make an experiment valid we must use __________ when dividing participants in a study. A. Operational definitions B. Co-variation C. Longevity D. Random assignment 31. If the left side of the classroom averaged 85% on a test and the right side averaged 84% on a test, would this be a significant difference? A. Yes B. No C. I can’t tell from the information provided 32. What percent of probability do scientists allow in their experiments for statistical significance? A. 50% B. 95% C. 25% D. 5% 33. The building blocks of the nerve system are A. Proteins B. Protons C. Neurons D. Axons 34. Draw and label a Neuron 35. How many neurons can one neuron communicate with? A. 100 B. 50,000 C. 100,000 D. 12,000 36. In intraneural communication, where does the information start and where is it sent to? A. Dendrites, terminal buttons B. Dendrites, Axon C. Axon, Dendrites D. terminal buttons, dendrites 37. Interneural communication occurs (in/between) neurons. 38. Acetyl choline is in charge of _______ A. Heart rate B. achieving goals C. slowing down mental processes D. Motor control 39. A release of epinephrine increases ______. A. Cravings B. Heart rate C. Emotions D. Sleepiness 40. Epinephrine and Norepinephrine are used (together/separately) 41. Which drug causes results that are similar to GABA? A. Cocaine B. Alcohol C. Heroine D. Xanax 42. SSRI is supposed to make you feel _____. A. Happy B. Angry C. Depressed D. Sick 43. Which is more plastic, the brain of a child or an adult. A. Adult B. Child C. Both are equal 44. What are the three types of neurons? 45. Where is the thalamus located? A. Brain stem B. Thalamus C. Spinal Cord 1. D 2. Interviews, Surveys, Laboratory Tasks 3. Interviews & surveys 4. C 5. B 6. B 7. Empirical science 8. No 2. 9. D 10. A 11. A 12. C 13. B 14. D 15. A 16. C 17. C 18. A 19. A 20. Whatever behavior is easiest to draw from memory is the behavior you’re most likely to have. 21. A 22. A 23. C 24. C 25. A 26. B 27. B 28. C 29. B 30. D 31. B 32. D 33. C 34. 35. B 36. A 37. Between 38. D 39. B 40. Together 41. B 42. A 43. B 44. Sensory, motor, reflexes 45. B
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