5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- At rest
- Cerebral Ventricles
- Somatic Nervous System
- Behaviorism Key Perspectives
- Psychodynamic Key Premises
- a 1. Environmentalism: all organisms, including humans, are shaped by the environment. 2. Experimentalism: experiments can reveal what aspects of the environment stimulate. 3. Optimism: people can be positive.
- b Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) circulates through the ventricles, provides a cushion from physical shock, carries away waste products and toxins, and carries nutritional substances/neurotransmitters to various cells.
Hydrocephalus: an enlargement of the ventricles.
- c sodium ions cannot enter the membrane and potassium ions cant leave because their protein channels are closed.
- d Voluntary nervous system- involved in intentional actions (also posture and balance)
Transmits sensory information to the central nervous system and carries out its intentional/voluntary motor commands
- e 1. Behavior is determined by a dynamic interplay between thoughts, feelings, and wishes. 2. Most mental events occur outside of conscious awareness. 3. Mental processes may conflict with one another, resulting in compromises.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Theory: a systematic way of organizing and explaining observations (a theory provides framework for generating a hypothesis: proposed cause-and-effect relationship between 2 or more variables.
- philosophers searched for answers using only logic and argumentation
- if we want to understand the mind, we should investigate it scientifically
5 True/False Questions
GABA → researched severed corpus callosum
Cognitive Subdiscipline → Examines the nature of thought, memory, sensation, perception, and language. (e.g., What causes memory loss?)
Depolarization → Potassium flowing out of the membrane inhibits the neuron making it less likely to fire (-70mV to -90mV)
Ventral → Bottom
Concentration Gradient → Causes ions to move through the membrane to the sides where they are less concentrated