(SOLVED) Changes in behavior and cognitive processes over time are studied by behavioral geneticists behavioral psychologists evolutionary psychologists historical psychologists Difficulty: Easy APA Standard
Discipline: Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology etc.)
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Changes in behavior and cognitive processes over time are studied by behavioral geneticists behavioral psychologists evolutionary psychologists historical psychologists Difficulty: Easy APA Standard: 1.1, QUESTION 15 The endocrine system consists of a series of glands that produce chemical substances known as factors hormones neurotransmitters proteins QUESTION 16 Which of the following is not a limbic system structure? amygdala hippocampus hypothalamus substantia nigra QUESTION 17 The is the deep groove that separates the brain into two halves. central gyrus central sulci hemisphere longitudinal fissure QUESTION 18 Terri Schiavo went into cardiac arrest and her brain was deprived of oxygen, leaving only her brainstem functioning. Which of the following functions could Schiavo still accomplish? feel someone touching her hand groan and move her eyes hear someone talking to her speak in simple words
Answer: 14. Behavior psychologists.
Explanation: Cognitive and behavioural psychologists study and quantify mental processes. Using theories of cognition and emotion acquisition, they develop case conceptualizations.
Explanation: Different parts of the brain and glands located all throughout the body work together to produce hormones and other chemicals. Hormones are substances secreted by the cells in these glands.
16 Answer: Substentia negra.
The Striatum Corpus. The corpus striatum is not a member of the limbic system, despite its location in the forebrain.
17 Answer: longitudinal fissure;
The brain's cortex is split down the middle by a deep longitudinal fissure, yet the corpus callosum keeps the two sides of the brain connected and in constant communication. In addition to the two primary lobes, the frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal lobes make up each cerebral hemisphere.
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