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4 Matching questions

  1. Hindbrain
  2. Psychoanalytic theory
  3. Evolutionary psychology
  4. Cell body
  1. a Sigmund Freud's approach to understanding human behavior that emphasizes the importance of unconscious mental processes in shaping feelings, thoughts, and behaviors
  2. b coordinates information-processing tasks and keeps the cell alive
  3. c area of the brain that coordinates information coming into and out of the spinal cord
  4. d approach that explains mind and behavior in terms of the adaptive value of abilities that are preserved overtime by natural selection

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A region of the cerebral cortex that processes visual information
  2. the highest level of the brain and is critical for complex, cognitive, emotional, sensory, and motor functions; divided into two parts- the cerebral cortex and underlying subcortical structures
  3. insulating layer of fatty material
  4. an approach to understanding human nature that emphasizes the positive potential of human beings
  5. a procedure that uses random event to assign people to the experimental or control group

5 True/False questions

  1. Psychologysubfield of psychology that studies the causes and consequences of interpersonal behavior


  2. Mindrefers to our private, inner experience


  3. BehaviorismRefers to observable actions of humans/ nonhumans


  4. Base Ratereceives information from other neurons and relays it to the cell body


  5. Results of Carlson (1985)The purpose of this study was to test the central claim of astrology; The results were clear-cut. Six expert astrologers failed to do significantly better than chance or than a non-astrologer control subject at matching birth information to the corresponding case materials for 23 individuals. The as- trologers and control subject also did no better at the matching task than ten judges who attempted to rank order the ages of the 23 test cases solely on the basis of photographs. Astrologers' predictive accuracy was unrelated to their level of confidence in their predictions. Furthermore, there was little or no predictive agreement among the astrologers, even though the astrologers purported to be using the same system and methods to arrive at their predic- tions. Overall, the astrologers probably could have done just as well if they had matched the birth information with the case materials in a random manner


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