Physiological Psychology

 Physiological Psychology


A study of the physiological bases of human and animal behavior.

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The scientific study of the nervous system.

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All are methods used in physiological psychology, except:

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The study of the chemical bases of neural activity.

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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.

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The study of the effects of drugs on the brain and behavior.

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The study of nervous system disorders.

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The science of behavior or the scientific study of human behavior.

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The scientific study of the nervous system.

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The study of body processes

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he ability of such patients to respond to visual stimuli in their scotomas even though they have no conscious awareness of the stimuli.

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Plays an important role in the perception of brightness.

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Visual agnosia for faces.

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Any area of cortex that receives input from more than one sensory system

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The area of sensory cortex that receives most of its input directly from the thalamic relay nuclei of that system.

The study of the chemical bases of neural activity.

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Monitors information about the position of the body that comes from receptors in the muscles, joints, and organs of balance.

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Failure of recognition that is not attributable to a sensory deficit or to verbal or intellectual impairment.

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A property of light that plays an important role in the perception of color

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The study of body processes

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The scientific study of the nervous system.

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A deficiency in the ability to see movement progress in a normal smooth fashion.

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This theory was proposed by Ewald Hering in 1878.

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The study of the neural mechanisms of behavior by manipulating the nervous systems of nonhuman animals in controlled experiments.

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Clinical approach is actually answering one of the basic questions in philosophy

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Response of the gustatory system to chemicals in solution in the oral cavity

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All are methods used in physiological psychology, except:

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A way where atteention can be focused is the internal cognitive process called _____

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The study of nervous system disorders.

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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.

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The science of behavior or the scientific study of human behavior.

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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.

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Comprises the areas of the sensory cortex that receive most of their input from the primary sensory cortex of that system or from other areas of the secondary sensory cortex of the same system.

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One of the most obvious qualities of human visual experience.

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A specific agnosia for visual stimuli.

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Senses external stimuli that are applied to the skin.

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Failure of recognition that is not attributable to a sensory deficit or to verbal or intellectual impairment.

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Provides general information about conditions within the body.

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Human is capable of making complex patterns of adjustment to the never ending changes of his environment.

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Any area of cortex that receives input from more than one sensory system.

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The study of the effects of drugs on neural activity.

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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.

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The study of nervous system disorders.

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A property of light that plays an important role in the perception of brightness.

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The area of sensory cortex that receives most of its input directly from the thalamic relay nuclei of that system.

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A layer of mucus-covered tissue.

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Visual agnosia for faces.

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The scientific study of the nervous system.

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The study of the effects of drugs on the brain and behavior.

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The response of the olfactory system to airborne chemicals that are drawn by inhalation over receptors in the nasal passages.

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The ability of such patients to respond to visual stimuli in their scotomas even though they have no conscious awareness of the stimuli.

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On the tongue, these are often located around small protuberances functional brain imaging.

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The ability of such patients to respond to visual stimuli in their scotomas even though they have no conscious awareness of the stimuli.

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The scientific study of the nervous system.

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The study of the relation between physiological activity and psychological processes in human subjects by noninvasive physiological recording.

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This theory was proposed by Thomas Young in 1802 and refined by Hermann von Helmholtz in 1852.

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All are effects of damage to the auditory system, except:

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The idea that the human brain and the mind are separate entities became even more widely accepted.

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A study of the physiological bases of human and animal behavior.

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Defined as waves of electromagnetic energy that is between 380 and 760 nanometers in length.

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Tends to carry information about touch and proprioception

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The study of the chemical bases of neural activity.

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Tends to carry information about pain and temperature

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The study of the evolution, genetics, and adaptiveness of behavior, largely through the use of the comparative method.

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It is thought to store memories for consistent relationships between stimuli and responses the type of memories that develop incrementally over many trials.

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The primary motor cortex is located in the precentral gyrus of what lobe of the brain.

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It is thought to participate in the storage of memories of learned sensorimotor skills through its various neuroplastic mechanism

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It runs in a strip from the supplementary motor area to the lateral fissure.

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Neurons that fire when an individual performs a particular goal-directed hand movement or when she or he observes the same goal-directed movement performed by another

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It deals with how these changes are stored and subsequently reactivated.


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It deals with how experience changes the brain.

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A disorder of voluntary movement that is not attributable to a simple motor deficit to any deficit in comprehension or motivation.

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The smallest units of motor activity

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It is thought to play a special role in memory for the emotional significance of experiences.

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Endocrine gland releases their chemicals, which are called hormones, directly into the circulatory system.

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Lipogenesis is the production of body fat.

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Bulemics eat so little that they experience health threatening weight loss; and despite their emaciated appearance, they often perceive themselves as fat.

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Endocrine gland is also known as the sweat glands.

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Hunger is the gastrointestinal process of breaking down food and absorbing its constituents into the body.

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A property of light that plays an important role in the perception of color
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All are true about eating except:
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The breakdown products of proteins.
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The study of nervous system disorders.
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The study of the effects of drugs on the brain and behavior.
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The somatotopic layout of the human primary motor cortex is commonly referred to as
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The ability of such patients to respond to visual stimuli in their scotomas even though they have no conscious awareness of the stimuli.
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A simple sugar that is the breakdown product of complex carbohydrates, that is, starches and sugars
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The study of the effects of drugs on the brain and behavior.
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The ability of such patients to respond to visual stimuli in their scotomas even though they have no conscious awareness of the stimuli.
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This theory was proposed by Ewald Hering in 1878.
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This theory was proposed by Thomas Young in 1802 and refined by Hermann von Helmholtz in 1852.
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A deficiency in the ability to see movement progress in a normal smooth fashion.
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The scientific study of the nervous system.
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The study of the chemical bases of neural activity.
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Cessation of menstruation.
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The response of the olfactory system to airborne chemicals that are drawn by inhalation over receptors in the nasal passages.
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A layer of mucus-covered tissue.
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The sex, male or female, that a person believes himself or herself to be
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On the tongue, these are often located around small protuberances functional brain imaging.
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Failure of recognition that is not attributable to a sensory deficit or to verbal or intellectual impairment.
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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.
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Defined as waves of electromagnetic energy that is between 380 and 760 nanometers in length.
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A reflex that is elicited by a sudden external stretching force on a muscle.
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A disorder of voluntary movement that is not attributable to a simple motor deficit to any deficit in comprehension or motivation.
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A disorder of under consumption.
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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.
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The idea that the human brain and the mind are separate entities became even more widely accepted.
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A way where atteention can be focused is the internal cognitive process called _____
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They are sexually attracted to members of the other sex
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The scientific study of the nervous system.
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A specific agnosia for visual stimuli.
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Response of the gustatory system to chemicals in solution in the oral cavity
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A property of light that plays an important role in the perception of brightness.
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The study of nervous system disorders.
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They are sexually attracted to members of the same sex.
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It deals with how these changes are stored and subsequently reactivated.
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Though to participate in the storage of memories of learned sensorimotor skills through its various neuroplastic mechanism.
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Failure of recognition that is not attributable to a sensory deficit or to verbal or intellectual impairment.
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A complete cessation of eating.
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It receives information from primary and secondary motor cortex, information about descending motor signals from brain stem motor nuclei, and feedback from motor responses via the somatosensory and vestibular systems.
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It is also known as the sweat glands.
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The small inhibitory interneurons that mediate recurrent collateral inhibition.
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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.
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Visual agnosia for faces.
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They are sexually attracted to members of both sexes.
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A disorder characterized by periods of not eating interrupted by bingeing.
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One of the most obvious qualities of human visual experience.
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It deals with how experience changes the brain.
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A gastrointestinal process of breaking down food and absorbing its constituents into the body.
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These drugs increases sleep.


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A disorders of excessive sleep or sleepiness.

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It is characterized by recurring losses of muscle tone during wakefulness, often triggered by an emotional experience.

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This theory suggests that sleep is like reproductive behavior in the sense that we are highly motivated to engage in it, but we don’t need it to stay healthy.


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This theory proposes that being awake disrupts the homeostasis (internal physiological stability) of the body in some way and sleep is required to restore it.

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 This theory proposed that emotion-inducing sensory stimuli are received and interpreted by the cortex, which triggers changes in the visceral organs via the autonomic nervous system and in the skeletal muscles via the somatic nervous system.

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These are behaviors whose primary function is to threaten or harm


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This theory proposed that emotional stimuli have two independent excitatory effects: They excite both the feeling of emotion in the brain and the expression of emotion in the autonomic and somatic nervous systems.

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The first physiological theory of emotion was proposed independently by James and Lange in what year?

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These are behaviors whose primary function is to protect the organism from threat or harm.


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The inability to move just as one is falling asleep or waking up.
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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.
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Currently the dominant approach being used to study the brain mechanisms of human emotion.
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The study of nervous system disorders.
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Are behaviors whose primary function is to protect the organism from threat or harm?
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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.
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The study of the evolution, genetics, and adaptiveness of behavior, largely through the use of the comparative method.
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The study of the neural mechanisms of human cognition, largely through the use of functional brain imaging.
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Drugs that increases sleep.
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A layer of mucus-covered tissue.
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It includes all disorders of initiating and maintaining sleep.
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In this book, Darwin argued, largely on the basis of anecdotal evidence, that particular emotional responses, such as human facial expressions, tend to accompany the same emotional states in all members of a species.
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How many stages does sleep EEG has?
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The study of the chemical bases of neural activity.
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The study of nervous system disorders.
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On the tongue, these are often located around small protuberances functional brain imaging.
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The area of sensory cortex that receives most of its input directly from the thalamic relay nuclei of that system.
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Proposed that emotion-inducing sensory stimuli are received and interpreted by the cortex, which triggers changes in the visceral organs via the autonomic nervous system and in the skeletal muscles via the somatic nervous system.
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The scientific study of the nervous system.
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The study of the relation between physiological activity and psychological processes in human subjects by noninvasive physiological recording.
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Defined as waves of electromagnetic energy that is between 380 and 760 nanometers in length.
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A study of the physiological bases of human and animal behavior.
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A way where atteention can be focused is the internal cognitive process called _____
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Dreamlike experiences during wakefulness.
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Proposed that emotional stimuli have two independent excitatory effects.
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The study of the evolution, genetics, and adaptiveness of behavior, largely through the use of the comparative method.
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The first major event in the study of the biopsychology of emotion was the publication in
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A property of light that plays an important role in the perception of color
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The study of nervous system disorders.
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The response of the olfactory system to airborne chemicals that are drawn by inhalation over receptors in the nasal passages.
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Behaviors whose primary function is to threaten or harm.
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When the body is exposed to harm or threat, the result is a cluster of physiological changes that is generally referred to as
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Any area of cortex that receives input from more than one sensory system.
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He developed the theory of evolution.
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The study of the effects of drugs on the brain and behavior.
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The study of the effects of drugs on neural activity.
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Response of the gustatory system to chemicals in solution in the oral cavity