PSYC 676 Quiz 4

PSYC 676 Quiz 4

PSYC 676 Quiz Emotion, Attention and Consciousness

Covers the Learn material from Module 4: Week 4.

  1. Which of the following symptoms was observed in the person suffering from Klüver-Bucy syndrome who was studied by Marlowe and colleagues?
  2. The observation that people with spinal injuries report reduced experiences of emotion has been taken to support the:
  3. Learning responses that minimize the possibility of regrettable actions is associated with increased activity in the
  4. Based on Gainotti’s study of the effects of unilateral cortical lesions on emotionality, a patient who shows pronounced indifference to emotional situations would be MOST likely also to show deficits on:
  5. Your patient has suffered a stroke and now exhibits altered sexuality, unusually strong religiosity, and a production of very long letters to you. You suspect the damage has affected the:
  6. The somatic marker hypothesis stresses the importance of emotional expression in:
  7. Affective states have been evaluated by neuropsychologists in which of the following aspects?
  8. The psychological construct that describes our conscious, subjective feelings about a situation is:
  9. A key component of the emotion-processing pathway connecting the sensory-association cortex with the hypothalamus is the:
  10. Damage to Broca’s area in the right hemisphere has been proposed by Ross to produce:
  11. Attaching affective (emotional) qualities to experiences and memories is the role of the:
  12. The sight of a scowling human face would be MOST likely to lead to the greatest immediate increase in neural activity in the:
  13. If a monkey is required to pay attention to the color and form of a stimulus in particular, Corbetta and colleagues found that _____ cortex(ices) is(are) activated.
  14. Attentional Blink is a phenomenon characterized by the individual failing to detect a second visual stimulus that is presented _____ milliseconds after the first stimulus.
  15. In Moran and Desimone’s experiment, they found attentional effects in the monkey brain cells in areas:
  16. Stimuli that “pop out” in a visual array illustrate the concept of:
  17. In Treisman’s theory, a stimulus is broken down into separate feature maps after it is initially registered in area:
  18. Moran and Desimone showed that cells showing constraints related to spatial attention were found in:
  19. It appears that complex brains need “organizing” processes to help govern behavior. The authors suggest that, in the human brain, the most evolved organizer is:
  20. In conjunction searches, it is as if a mental spotlight scans from one location to another, searching for a particular combination of sensory information. This is an example of:
  21. Kolb and Whishaw suggest that when we multitask, we recruit additional resources from which brain region?
  22. Searching for a street sign in order to make a turn is an example of a(n) _____ process.
  23. Moran and Desimone showed that monkey neurons responded selectively to specific stimuli in their visual fields:
  24. Posner and Petersen suggest that the “dual executive network” is located in the:
  25. Chronic stress has been shown to alter the structure of the prefrontal cortex in all of the following disorders EXCEPT
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