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Psychology Perspectives and Connections 3rd by Gregory J. Feist Erika L. Rosenberg Test Bank

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Psychology Perspectives and Connections 3rd by Gregory J. Feist Erika L. Rosenberg Test Bank

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Student: ___________________________________________________________________________
1.
Which of the following holds true regarding consciousness?
A. Much of what we do requires deliberate, conscious thought.
B. Consciousness is an easily defined term.
C. New information can cause consciousness to change dramatically.
D. Consciousness has five aspects to it.
2.
Which of the following acts as a stage for the main event of the brain at a given moment in time?
A.
Memory
B.
Consciousness
C.
Perception
D.
Cognition
3. Which of the following enables the occurrence of a conscious experience?
A.
A static connection between the brain’s various processing areas
B.
A weak connection between the brain’s various processing areas
C.
A random connection between the brain’s various processing areas
D.
A strong connection between the brain’s various processing areas
4.
Which of the following best describes the global workspace of consciousness?
A. When the various sensory elements get integrated.
B.
When the mind is awake but not very aware.
C. When different sensory elements work one at a time.
D.
When the mind withholds information needed to do complex tasks such as reasoning, comprehension,
and learning.
5. The feeling of being in love is attributed to:
A. objective consciousness.
B. intelligence.
C. psychic consciousness.
D. subjective consciousness.
6. What are the two aspects of consciousness?
A.
Alertness and wakefulness
B.
Awareness and control
C.
Memory and alertness
D.
Wakefulness and awareness
7.
The monitoring of information from the environment and from one’s own thoughts is termed as:
A. intelligence.
B. awareness.
C. wakefulness.
D.
memory.
8.
Arjun is in a condition wherein he is fully awake, but not aware. This is most likely because he is:
A.
in a coma.
B. driving.
C.
extremely drunk.
D.
sedated.
9. Variation in consciousness can be attributed to the difference in degrees of:
A. cognition and memory.
B. wakefulness and awareness.
C. ignorance and wakefulness.
D. awareness and cognition.
10. A person in a ________ state will show signs of low wakefulness and awareness.
A. comatose
B. conscious
C. sensitive
D. hypoactive
11.
Leticia suffers an accident which makes it impossible for her to open her eyes. Additionally, she
also becomes unresponsive to any stimulus. What is the most likely reason for her enduring loss of
consciousness?
A. Damage to the corpus callosum of the brain.
B. Absence of the corpus callosum of the brain.
C. Damage to the reticular formation of the brain.
D. An overactive reticular formation of the brain.
12.
Mehroof, 20 years of age, suffers an accident which causes him to lose consciousness. He is declared
to be in a comatose state. Which of the following can be useful in detecting the degree of his coma?
A. Stroop test
B. Rancho Coma Scale
C. MRI test
D. Glasgow Coma Scale
13. Which of the following is NOT a component of the test that reveals the degree of coma?
A.
Emotional responsiveness
B.
Verbal responsiveness
C.
Motor responsiveness
D.
The degree of eye opening
14.
If the doctors give Terry a score of 14 on the coma test, what does it imply?
A. She cannot recover from her condition.
B. She can respond verbally and motorically.
C. She can respond only motorically.
D. She can respond neither verbally nor motorically.
15.
In which state will a person be wakeful but not very aware?
A.
Active
B.
Daydreaming
C.
Cogitating
D.
Vegetative
16.
Tatiana is in an unresponsive condition though she can open her eyes. This suggests that she is in a(n)
________ state.
A.
comatose
B. vegetative
C.
drowsy
D.
unconscious
17.
What stage does wakefulness without awareness suggest?
A.
Vegetative
B.
Drowsiness
C.
Lucid dreaming
D.
Comatose
18. A flawed belief that physicians had about anyone who was vegetative was that the individual:
A. does not react to stimuli from the environment.
B. shows signs of motoric response.
C. reacts to external forces.
D. shows signs of awareness without wakefulness.
19.
People show signs of intentional behavior when they are:
A. in an unconscious state.
B. comatose.
C. minimally conscious.
D. in a subconscious state.

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