This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on Motivation, Arousal, & Emotion, Motor Structures & Functions, Neuromodulators & Drugs, States of Consciousness.
This includes Satisfaction, Fear, Anger, Occipital lobe, Frontal lobe, Limbic system, Spinal cord, Epinephrine, GABA, Melatonin, and Seratonin.
The nucleus accumbens is most specifically and predominately known for its role in which of the following behavioral systems?
After a severe accident, a client is no longer able to feel his sense of touch. Which of the following parts of his brain most likely received damage that caused his inability to feel?
Which of the following is an example of a gender basis in physiological stress reactions?
Atypical antipsychotic medications block dopamine and which other neurotransmitter receptors?
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) are utilized to primarily treat which mental health disorder?
On a normal night, a person goes through different stages of sleep. During which stage of sleep can delta waves be seen, the slowest of all sleep waves?
On a normal night, a person goes through different stages of sleep. During which stage of sleep does a person experience twitches, hypnic jerks and hypnagogic hallucinations?
On a normal night, a person goes through different stages of sleep. During which stage of sleep is the largest amount acetylcholine (i.e. the "rest and digest" hormone) released?
Insomnia is best defined as which of the following?
Gina is in the middle of her workday, she is fully focused and alert to the new information she is reviewing on her computer screen. After a while, she sits back in her chair and takes a few deep breaths with her eyes closed to relax. What of the following pairs of brain waves and corresponding hertz best identifies what Gina"s brain is producing while concentrating and while at rest?