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Human Bonding Prelim 2

question What are the situational factors that affect how people perceive the attractiveness of others? answer Physiological arousal, mood, comparison standards, perceived scarcity, color red or pink, alcohol consumption, bodily scent, vocal pitch, menstrual cycle phase question How does mood affect perceived attractiveness? answer If you’re in a good mood the person is more attractive […]

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Biological Approach Questions And Answers

question Assumptions answer Everything psychological is first biological. Brain structure and function can explain our thoughts and behaviours. Brain processes, genes, neurochemistry and the nervous system can explain our thoughts and behaviours. The mind is the brain. question Define Biological Approach answer Perspective that emphasises the importance of physical process in the body such as […]

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ch.10 ppt – Neurochemistry

question Emotion answer The immediate, specific response to environmental events. Involves subjective evaluation, physiological processes, and cognitive beliefs. Often referred to as affect. We experience emotions subjectively. Degree of intensity varies between individuals. Extremes may indicate psychological problems. Overemotional -> Depression, panic attacks Underemotional -> Alexithymia (e.g. Elliot) question Mood answer Diffuse, long-lasting emotional states […]

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NSC Ch. 1 – Neurochemistry

question Neuroscience answer Interdisciplinary scientific approaches to the study of the mind and brain question Biopsychology answer Aimed at study of biological determinants of behavior question Another term for physiological psychology answer Biopsychology question 6 fields of neuroscience answer Neurochemistry, neurophysiology, psychophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuropharmacology, neuropsychology question Neurochemistry answer study of chemistry of neuronal function question […]

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Ch 13 Personality

question Personality answer unique and relatively stable pattern of thoughts, feelings, and actions question traits answer relatively stable personal characteristics used to describe someone question early trait theorists answer allport, cattell question modern trait theorists answer mccrae and costa’s five factor model (ffm) question the five factor model answer mccrae and costa; openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, […]

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Approaches

question Psychodynamic answer -focus on change in personality as a result of subconscious activity – intelligence is passed on from parents (somehow) -freud and little hans -gender and culture bias -defence mechanisms (denial , displacement, and repression) -structure of the personality (Id, ego, and superego) -oedipus complex = fear of having genitals removed because of […]

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Biological Approach Flashcard

question a perspective that emphasises the importance of physical processes in the body answer biological approach question brain, genes, neurochemistry and the nervous system answer 4 main physical processes question the midn lives in the brain so all processes have a physical basis answer main assumption question they make up the chromosomes on consist of […]

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Levels of Analysis

question Biological level focus answer brain systems, neurochemistry, genetics question Individual level focus answer individual differences, perception and cognition, behavior question Social level focus answer interpersonal behavior, social cognition question Cultural level focus answer thoughts, actions, behaviors–in different societies and cultural groups question Biological level: brain systems answer neuroanatomy, animal research, brain imaging question Biological […]

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Chapter 4 Questions

question 4-1. ________ refers to the study of the effects of drugs on the nervous system and behavior. a. Pseudopharmacology b. Neuropharmacology c. Psychoimmunology d. Neurochemistry e. Psychopharmacology answer e. Psychopharmacology question 4-9. The ________ route of drug administration is most commonly used for humans. a. intraperitoneal b. oral c. intravascular d. topical e. intranasal […]

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Uppers Downers All Arounders: Chapter 4

question Human beings have naturally occurring (endogenous) opioids, which cause many of the same effects as those caused by taking opioid drugs (exogenous opioids). A. true B. false answer ANSWER: A. True Page 4.12-4.13 question One of the symptoms of chronic opiate use is itchy skin. A. true B. false answer ANSWER: A. True Page […]

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Test Answers on Learn Chapter 15

question syndrome answer A set of related conditions. question True or False? Most people who suffer from mental illness are dangerous. answer False: Most people who suffer from mental illness are not dangerous to others or even themselves. question True or False? Mental disorders are relatively rare, and most families are free of mental disorders. […]

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