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Quiz #1

by: Upasana Raja

Quiz #1 PSY 2501 - 002

Upasana Raja
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Date Created: 02/05/16
Practice Exam 1 1 What is the process by which the brain changes due to a response in an environment a Ontogeny b Neuroplasticity c Evolution d Biological Psychology 2 The theory of Hebbian synapses describes How functions are localized in across the cortex The average ring rate for neurons The areas that are involved with speech production How groups of neurons strengthen their connections 3 Homology is A similarity in function performed by very different structures a physical resemblance due to common ancestry Darwin s theory of sexual selection A synonym for convergent evolution 4 Gregor Mendel s law of independent assortment asserts that Copies of a gene separate The maternal and paternal genes are sorted independently Alleles of different genes sort independently during gamete formation Genes that are next to each other are sorted together 5 The main difference between the brains of vertebrate species isare The relative size of structures The basic structural components The complexity of the structures A and C A and B 6 The release of Diablo within neurons is induced by an in ux of ions Na Cl Ca2 K 7 The mitosis that gives rise to the cells that will become neurons or glia takes place in the Ventricular zone Forebrain Intermediate layer Radial gia 8 Adaptations are the mechanisms for evolution of anatomical differences between males and females true false 9Bioogica Psychology is concerned with how the functioning of the brain but not its structure underlies behavior is concerned with human behavior rather than animal behavior spans several scienti c disciplines is not concerned with the treatment of behavioral problems 10 Synaptogenesis occurs only during gestation and never after birth True False 11 The term quotapoptosisquot refers to retrograde degeneration synaptic remodeling cell death cell migration BDBCDCABCBC


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