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Psyc 406 Quiz 3

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PSYC 406 Quiz 2

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Question 1 of 17
2.0 Points
In the journal article authored by Mittal and Walker (2007),__________ adolescents were considered at risk for psychosis, and of that number _________ participants converted to an Axis I psychosis over the _________ -year period.
A.50; 6; 10  
B.40; 10; 4  
C.10; 2; 1  
D.35; 10; 4  

Question 2 of 17
2.0 Points
According to Mittal and Walker (2007), neurocircuitry implicated in psychotic symptoms may be shared by:
A.circuits controlling heart rate  
B.circuits controlling hearing  
Correct     C.circuits controlling dyskinetic movement  
D.circuits controlling speech  

Question 3 of 17
2.0 Points
Of interest to Mittal and Walker (2007) is the prediction of ______________ by assessing movement abnormalities.
A.affective psychosis  
C.schizoaffective disorder  
D.dissociative fugue  

Question 4 of 17
2.0 Points
Mittal and Walker (2007) assert the present findings support the theory that hyperkinesis and psychotic symptoms share neural mechanisms.
  A. True
B. False

Question 5 of 17
2.0 Points
Consistent with the Mitall and Walker (2007 findings, the group that converted to Axis I psychosis exhibited significantly more movement in:
A.feet and lower legs  
B.knee jerking motions  
C.face and upper body  
D.toes and fingers  

Question 6 of 17
2.0 Points
The human brain probably consists of about _________________ neurons, each with about ________________ connections.
A.1000 trillion; 100 million  
B.1000 billion; 10 million  
C.100 million; 10 thousand  
D.100 billion; 10 thousand  

Question 7 of 17
2.0 Points
A neurostransmitter involved in reinforcement and chemical addiction is:
A.gamma-aminobutyric acid  

Question 8 of 17
2.0 Points
A biological signal involving both...


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