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This information gathered for this quiz comes from Psychology 101, Chapter 2: Biopsychology.

Directions:  Respond to the following items with either true or false.  When you have responded to all items, click the Score button at the bottom of the page.


Directions: 
Respond to the following items with either true or false.  When
you have responded to all items, click the Score button at the
bottom of the page.


1.

Information
enters a neuron through the axon.
   
True
   
False

2.

The
Soma or cell body of a neuron is where the processing of information
takes place.
   
True
   
False

3.

The neurotransmitter most associated with anxiety is
dopamine.
   
True
   
False

4.

The
motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe.

   
True
   
False

5. 

The
processing of touch, temperature, and pressure take place in the
parietal lobe.
   
True
   
False

6.

The
transfer of information from short term to long term memory is regulated
by the amygdala.
   
True
   
False

7.

The
hypothalamus controls the autonomic nervous system.
   
True
   
False

8.

All
senses, except the sense of smell, go through the thalamus or central
switching station.
   
True
   
False

9.

Fight
or flight is stimulated by the parasympathetic nervous system.
   
True
   
False

10.

When
the autonomic nervous system is stimulated, we experience increased heart
rate, decreased digestion, cold sweaty skin, and other symptoms of
anxiety.
   
True
   
False


 



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