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Psychological theories
a) organize scientific observations.
b) explain observed facts.
c) generate hypotheses.
d) do all of these things.

Consciousness is
a) the ability to solve problems, reason, and remember.
b) the process of organizing and interpreting sensory information.
c) effortless encoding of incidental information into memory.
d) our awareness of ourselves and our environment.

While reading a novel, Raoul isn't easily distracted by the sounds of the TV or even by his brothers' loud arguments. This best illustrates
a) latent content.
b) neuroadaptation.
c) choice blindness.
d) selective attention.

Circadian rhythm refers to
a) the pattern of emotional ups and downs we routinely experience.
b) a pattern of biological functioning that occurs on a roughly 24hour cycle.
c) the experience of sleep apnea following an extensive transoceanic flight.
d) the cycle of five distinct stages that we experience during a normal night's sleep.

Chronic sleep deprivation is likely to
a) promote obesity and facilitate memory.
b) inhibit obesity and impair memory.
c) promote obesity and impair memory.
d) inhibit obesity and facilitate memory.

Hypnosis involves a state of
a) increased physical stamina.
b) heightened openness to suggestion.
c) improved perceptual skills.
d) elevated autonomic arousal.

Just prior to awakening Chinua from a hypnotic state, the therapist told him that during the next few days he would feel nauseous whenever he reached for a cigarette. This is an example of
a) age regression.
b) posthypnotic suggestion.
c) hypnagogic sensations.
d) REM rebound.

Evolutionary psychologists are most likely to emphasize that human adaptiveness to a variety of different environments has contributed to human
a) gender typing.
b) genetic mutations.
c) gender schemas.
d) reproductive success.

Rodesia insists that Dr. Phillip's theory of aggression be checked against observable evidence. She is demonstrating the scientific attitude of
a) pride.
b) skepticism.
c) practicality.
d) enthusiasm.

Female children are more likely to act like tomboys if they were exposed to excess ________ during their prenatal development.
a) DNA.
b) testosterone.
c) endorphins.
d) ovarian hormones.

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