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An Introduction To Brain And Behavior 5Th Ed By Kolb

 

SAMPLE QUESTIONS

 

1. Brain abnormalities can be related to:
  A) 500 disorders.
  B) 1000 disorders.
  C) 1500 disorders.
  D) more than 2,000 disorders.

 

 

2. All the nerve processes radiating out beyond the brain and spinal cord as well as all the neurons outside the brain and spinal cord constitute the:
  A) nervous system.
  B) central nervous system.
  C) peripheral nervous system.
  D) external nervous system.

 

 

3. Which is NOT part of the peripheral nervous system?
  A) sensory receptors in the skin
  B) connections to motor neurons
  C) sensory and motor connections to internal organs (e.g., the stomach)
  D) the spinal cord

 

 

4. The set of brain structures responsible for most of our unconscious behaviors is called:
  A) the cerebral hemisphere.
  B) the brainstem.
  C) the cerebrum.
  D) the cerebellum.

 

 

5. The postulation that we make subliminal movements of our larynx and muscles when we imagine was expounded by:
  A) D. O. Hebb.
  B) Edmond Jacobson.
  C) Irenus Eibl-Eibesfeldt.
  D) Fred Linge.

 

 

6. Behavior consists of patterns in time is a definition of behavior expounded by:
  A) D. O. Hebb.
  B) Edmond Jacobson.
  C) Irenus Eibl-Eibesfeldt.
  D) Fred Linge.

 

 

7. Patterns in time can be made up of:
  A) movements.
  B) thinking.
  C) both movements and thinking.
  D) neither movements nor thinking.

 

 

8. Animals with smaller brains and simpler nervous systems have mostly _____ behaviors, whereas animals with larger brains and more complex nervous systems have mostly _____ behaviors.
  A) learned; inherited
  B) inherited; learned
  C) innate; inherited
  D) learned; innate

 

 

9. Crossbill birds have a beak that is designed to eat pine cones. If we trim the beak, the behavior disappears. This example illustrates:
  A) fixed behavior.
  B) flexible behavior.
  C) learned behavior.
  D) adaptive behavior.

 

 

10. The sucking response observed in newborn human infants is an example of a(n):
  A) learned response.
  B) inherited response.
  C) flexible response.
  D) adaptive response

 

 

11. Which statement is the MOST accurate?
  A) Nonhuman animals have mostly inherited behavior and are little influenced by learning.
  B) Humans share many inherited behaviors but are mostly influenced by learning.
  C) Unlike nonhuman animals, humans share very few inherited behaviors and are mostly influenced by learning.
  D) Unlike nonhuman animals, humans behavior is totally learned.

 

 

12. The hypothesis that the psyche is responsible for behavior was expounded by:
  A) Charles Darwin.
  B) Ren Descartes.
  C) Aristotle.
  D) Socrates.

 

 

13. Mentalism is:
  A) the study of the mind.
  B) mental imagery.
  C) the notion that the mind is responsible for behavior.
  D) another word for mindfulness.

 

 

14. The _____ is a nonmaterial entity that is responsible for intelligence, attention, awareness, and consciousness.
  A) brain
  B) heart
  C) mind
  D) conscience

 

 

15. The notion that the mind resides in the pineal body comes from:
  A) Charles Darwin.
  B) Ren Descartes.
  C) Aristotle.
  D) Socrates.

 

 

16. According to the philosophy of dualism:
  A) the body influences the mind.
  B) the pineal body is the mind.
  C) the pineal body influences the body by directing fluids from the ventricles to the muscles.
  D) the pineal body is the mind and influences the body by directing fluids from the ventricles to the muscles.

 

 

17. Subsequent research indicated that the pineal body was responsible for _____ rather than controlling human behavior.
  A) vision
  B) problem solving
  C) movement
  D) biological rhythms

 

 

18. The difficulty in explaining how a nonmaterial mind can influence a material body is called:
  A) the mind problem.
  B) the mind-body problem.
  C) the brain problem.
  D) the psyche problem

 

 

19. Descartess followers would argue that:
  A) the mind and the body are separate at birth.
  B) humans and very few other animals have minds.
  C) young children do not have minds.
  D) the mentally ill have minds.

 

 

20. The notion that all behavior can be explained by the workings of the brain is commonly referred to as:
  A) psychology.
  B) experimentalism.
  C) materialism.
  D) dualism.

 

 

21. The notion that all living things are related was put forward by:
  A) Charles Darwin.
  B) Alfred Russel Wallace.
  C) neither Charles Darwin nor Alfred Russel Wallace.
  D) both Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.

 

 

22. The notion that differential success in the reproduction of characteristics results from interactions between organisms and their environment is known as:
  A) natural selection.
  B) genetic theory.
  C) biological theory.
  D) innate behavior.

 

 

23. Images of blood flow in the brain in monkeys have demonstrated that:
  A) humans and monkeys use different brain areas for language.
  B) humans and monkeys use the same brain areas for language.
  C) monkeys show no brain activation for language because they cannot understand language.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

24. Individual variation in plants and animals was first explained by:
  A) Charles Darwin.
  B) Gregor Mendel .
  C) neither Charles Darwin nor Gregor Mendel.
  D) both Charles Darwin and Gregor Mendel.

 

 

25. The study of how genetic expression is related to the environment and experience is known as:
  A) genotyping.
  B) phenotyping.
  C) epigenetics.
  D) environmental genetics.

 

 

26. Neuroscientists study the nervous systems of other animals such as slugs, snails, fruit flies, rats and monkeys because:
  A) if all animals are related then all nervous systems are related and we can learn about the human brain by studying other animals.
  B) all animals nervous systems are different, which means that we need to study each animal separately in order to understand how their specific nervous system works.
  C) the mind and the body are separate which means that we need to study a variety of different animals to see how their minds work.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

27. Inherited behavior:
  A) is demonstrated only by animal instincts.
  B) includes emotional expressions in humans.
  C) cannot include emotional expressions in humans because the behavior is learned.
  D) includes emotional expression in animals but not in humans.

 

 

28. Of the 100,000 people in the United States who may become comatose in a given year, how many recover consciousness?
  A) 5 percent
  B) 20 percent
  C) 30 percent
  D) 50 percent

 

 

29. A person who can display some rudimentary behaviors such as smiling or blinking but is otherwise not conscious is described as being:
  A) in a coma.
  B) in a persistent vegetative state.
  C) in a minimally conscious state.
  D) brain dead.

 

 

30. In a study with a patient in a minimally conscious state, Schiff and colleagues found that _____ led to dramatic improvements in the patients behavior.
  A) deep brain stimulation
  B) reading to the patient
  C) music therapy
  D) gene therapy

 

 

31. The first humanlike brain evolved:
  A) 700 million years ago.
  B) 250 million years ago.
  C) 6 million years ago.
  D) 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.

 

 

32. The first brain evolved approximately:
  A) 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.
  B) 3 million to 4 million years ago.
  C) 250 million years ago.
  D) 700 million years ago.

 

 

33. Humans are of the order ____ and the family_____.
  A) mammals; primates
  B) primates; mammals
  C) primates; great apes
  D) great apes; primates

 

 

34. Which sequences is correct?
  A) phylum, order, class, family, genus, species
  B) phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
  C) phylum, class, family, order, genus, species
  D) phylum, family, class, order, genus, species

 

 

35. The branch of biology that is concerned with naming and classifying species is:
  A) genetics.
  B) embryology.
  C) taxonomy.
  D) evolutionary biology.

 

 

36. Humans, monkeys, Neanderthals, and chimpanzeesall belong to the same:
  A) species.
  B) genus.
  C) family.
  D) order.

 

 

37. Humans, tigers, dogs, and monkeys are all part of the same:
  A) species.
  B) class.
  C) genus.
  D) family.

 

 

38. Insects have:
  A) only nerve nets.
  B) only a few ganglia.
  C) enough ganglia to be called a brain.
  D) the same brain organization as a chordate.

 

 

39. The correct order of organisms from the least complex to the most complex nervous system is:
  A) flatworm, frog, squid, sea anemone.
  B) sea anemone, frog, flatworm, squid.
  C) sea anemone, flatworm, squid, frog.
  D) frog, sea anemone, squid, flatworm.

 

 

40. Animals with both a brain and a spinal cord are called:
  A) mammals.
  B) eukaryotic.
  C) primates.
  D) chordates.

 

 

41. Humans are unique in that they have the:
  A) largest brain of any animal species.
  B) most complex spinal cord of any animal species.
  C) largest brain to body size ratio of any living animal.
  D) most advanced nervous system of any living animal.

 

 

42. More advanced nervous systems often have similar structures on the left and right sides (e.g., the left and right hemispheres of the brain). This concept is known as:
  A) mirroring.
  B) bilateral symmetry.
  C) bilateral structures.
  D) mirror symmetry.

 

 

43. A notochord is a:
  A) spinal cord and a brain.
  B) longitudinal flexible rod in the back.
  C) segmented spine.
  D) segmented spine and spinal cord.

 

 

44. Chordates are any organisms that have:
  A) a brain.
  B) a spinal cord.
  C) a peripheral nervous system.
  D) a brain and a spinal cord.

 

 

45. The correct order of the evolution of nervous systems from simple to complex is:
  A) nerve net, segmentation, ganglia, spinal cord, brain.
  B) spinal cord, nerve net, brain, ganglia, segmentation.
  C) brain, spinal cord, nerve net, segmentation, ganglia.
  D) ganglia, nerve net, segmentation, brain, spinal cord.

 

 

46. Other than humans, which chordate has the largest forebrain?
  A) reptiles
  B) amphibians
  C) birds
  D) bony fish

 

 

47. Increased brain size and increased folding are most prominent in which chordate species?
  A) dolphins
  B) primates
  C) neither primates nor dolphins
  D) both primates and dolphins

 

 

48. The primate order contains approximately:
  A) 275 species.
  B) 375 species.
  C) 475 species.
  D) 575 species.

 

 

49. Humans and chimpanzees shared a common ancestor approximately:
  A) 24 million years ago.
  B) 36 million years ago.
  C) 510 million years ago.
  D) 10-15 million years ago.

 

 

50. Humans are most closely related to:
  A) gibbons.
  B) orangutans.
  C) chimpanzees.
  D) gorillas.

 

 

51. The first primate to walk upright similar to humans was:
  A) Homo erectus.
  B) Homo habilis.
  C) Neanderthals.
  D) Australopithecus.

 

 

52. The correct order of these early hominids from smallest to largest brain size is:
  A) Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo neanderthalensis.
  B) Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensis.
  C) Homo neanderthalensis, Homo habilis, Homo erectus.
  D) Homo habilis, Homo neanderthalensis, Homo erectus.

 

 

53. The oldest fossils that have been identified as human are approximately:
  A) 5 million years old.
  B) 200,000 years old.
  C) 2 million years old.
  D) 1 million years old.

 

 

54. Which of our human ancestors had the largest brain size?
  A) Australopithecus
  B) Neanderthals
  C) Homo habilis
  D) Homo erectus

 

 

55. Tools are associated with:
  A) Homo habilis.
  B) Homo erectus.
  C) Homo sapiens.
  D) All of the answers are correct.

 

 

56. Modern humans appeared approximately:
  A) 50,000 years ago.
  B) 200,000 years ago.
  C) 100,000 years ago.
  D) 1 million years ago.

 

 

57. Homo sapiens coexisted with:
  A) Homo erectus.
  B) Homo habilis.
  C) Neanderthals.
  D) Australopithecus.

 

 

58. Which sequences is correct?
  A) Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo sapiens
  B) Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens
  C) Homo habilis, Homo sapiens, Homo erectus
  D) Homo erectus, Homo sapiens, Homo habilis

 

 

59. Modern Europeans may have acquired genes that helped them adapt to the cold and absorb more vitamin D through interbreeding with:
  A) Homo habilis.
  B) Homo erectus.
  C) Neanderthals.
  D) Australopithecus.

 

 

60. The idea that species exhibiting more complex behaviors will possess relatively larger brains is summed up by:
  A) the principle of proper mass.
  B) encephalization quotient.
  C) the principle of mass action.
  D) relativization.

 

 

61. The encephalization quotient is determined by:
  A) measuring the size of an animals brain.
  B) measuring the weight of an animals brain.
  C) relating actual brain size to expected brain size.
  D) comparing the brain size of different species with one another.

 

 

62. Which living animal has an encephalization quotient that is closest to modern humans?
  A) Chimpanzee
  B) Elephant
  C) Blue whale
  D) Dolphin

 

 

63. Which has the largest encephalization quotient?
  A) Monkey
  B) Chimpanzee
  C) Homo habilis
  D) Dolphin

 

 

64. The human cerebellum contains about ____ as many neurons as the cerebrum.
  A) half
  B) one third
  C) four times
  D) twice

 

 

65. Although the elephant brain contains many more neurons than the human brain, most of these additional neurons are located in the elephants:
  A) cerebellum.
  B) cerebrum.
  C) spinal cord.
  D) brain stem.

 

 

66. Climate change may have placed pressure on apes to adapt to their environment. Specifically, apes that lived in _____ climates may have begun to walk upright.
  A) drier
  B) wetter
  C) colder
  D) coastal

 

 

67. Dunbar proposed that group sizes of _____ tend to be correlated with increased brain size in primates.
  A) about 50
  B) about 100
  C) about 150
  D) more than 200

 

 

68. Vegetation eaters have:
  A) larger brains than fruit eaters.
  B) smaller brains than fruit eaters.
  C) greater social skills than fruit eaters.
  D) larger brains and greater social skills than fruit eaters.

 

 

69. Eating fruit favors a larger brain because it:
  A) requires good sensory skills.
  B) requires good motor skills.
  C) requires good memory skills.
  D) All of the answers are correct.

 

 

70. Fruit-eating primates:
  A) have a smaller brain than vegetation eaters.
  B) eat more glucose and thus have a larger brain than vegetation eaters.
  C) forage more than vegetation eaters and thus have a larger brain.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

71. Howler monkeys have smaller brains than equally sized spider monkeys. This is thought to stem from the fact that:
  A) howler monkeys eat more fruit than spider monkeys.
  B) howler monkeys eat less fruit than spider monkeys.
  C) howler monkeys eat less meat than spider monkeys.
  D) howler monkeys live in larger social groups than spider monkeys.

 

 

72. You have discovered a new breed of monkey in the jungles of South America. The diet of these monkeys appears to consist mainly of fruit. Based on what you know about evolution and other fruit-eating monkeys, which statement is likely to apply to this newly discovered breed of monkey?
  A) They will have color vision.
  B) They will have relatively larger brains (with respect to body size).
  C) They will have larger social groups.
  D) All of the answers are correct.

 

 

73. How much of the bodys resources does the brain use?
  A) 20 percent
  B) 50 percent
  C) 10 percent
  D) 80 percent

 

 

74. Humans are classed as:
  A) fruit eaters.
  B) vegetation eaters.
  C) both fruit and vegetation eaters.
  D) a separate category from vegetation and fruit eaters.

 

 

75. _____ allowed humans to maximize caloric gain and spend less time foraging.
  A) Living in larger social groups
  B) Cooking food
  C) Eating vegetation
  D) All of the answers are correct.

 

 

76. The radiator hypothesis is a theory relating to:
  A) cooling of the brain by blood flow.
  B) cooling of the brain by cerebral spinal fluid.
  C) cooling of the brain by blood flow and cerebral spinal fluid.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

77. Compared with Australopithecus skulls, human skulls contain holes through which blood vessels could pass. This would have led to:
  A) better brain cooling.
  B) increased brain size.
  C) changes in diet.
  D) both better brain cooling and increased brain size.

 

 

78. Stedman and colleagues argue that size reductions in facial muscles and facial bones in early hominids may have led to:
  A) changes in diet.
  B) changes in mating patterns.
  C) changes in hunting strategies.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

79. Our small face, vaulted cranium, upright mobility, and distribution of hair are features that link us with juvenile chimps. This illustrates:
  A) natural selection.
  B) neoteny.
  C) selective dominant traits.
  D) selective environmental influences.

 

 

80. One of the benefits of neoteny is that it allows:
  A) time for more brain cells to be produced.
  B) greater genetic diversity.
  C) greater variety in diet.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

81. Brain size is correlated with:
  A) plasticity.
  B) body size.
  C) nutrition.
  D) All of the answers are correct.

 

 

82. If one person has a brain weighing 1000 grams and another has a brain weighing 1500 grams, the difference most likely reflects:
  A) a major difference in intelligence.
  B) water content.
  C) body size.
  D) both water content and body size.

 

 

83. A behavior that is typical of all members of a species is called:
  A) instinct.
  B) habit.
  C) member-typical behavior.
  D) species-typical behavior.

 

 

84. Which of the following is NOT correlated with brain size?
  A) Health
  B) Gender
  C) Age
  D) Intelligence

 

 

85. You and your grandfather both take the same intelligence test and you score almost 20 points higher! This is an example of the _____ and it is likely due to _____.
  A) Flynn effect; differences in education and/or life experiences
  B) Flynn effect; the increasing size of the human brain over generations
  C) Spearman effect; increasing size of the human brain over generations
  D) Spearman effect; differences in education and/or life experiences

 

 

86. Comparing intelligence between species is difficult because we are typically reduced to comparing:
  A) differences in brain size.
  B) differences in mating patterns.
  C) differences in species-typical behaviors.
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

87. Studies of the brains of very intelligent people (e.g., Albert Einstein) have revealed that intelligent peoples brains:
  A) are usually larger than average.
  B) are usually smaller than average.
  C) have no size relation to intelligence.
  D) do not vary.

 

 

88. _____ is the complex learned behaviors passed on from one generation to another.
  A) Neoteny
  B) Evolution
  C) Culture
  D) Intelligence

 

 

89. The acquisition of culture by humans stems most directly from:
  A) an evolved ability for high mental flexibility.
  B) our larger brain.
  C) improved diet.
  D) the invention of smartphones.

 

 

90. The first artistic relics were made by modern humans approximately:
  A) 100,000 years ago.
  B) 55,000 years ago.
  C) 30,000 years ago.
  D) 10,000 years ago.

 

 

91. Reading and writing were invented approximately:
  A) 25,000 years ago.
  B) 7000 years ago.
  C) 12,000 years ago.
  D) 3000 years ago.

 

 

92. _____ are ideas, behaviors, or styles that spread from person to person in a culture and can be influenced by brain structure.
  A) Phenotypes
  B) Trends
  C) Memes
  D) None of the answers is correct.

 

 

93. According to Mesoudi, language, music, mathematics, and art may have spread through cultures by way of:
  A) genetics.
  B) learning.
  C) religion.
  D) memes.

 

 

94. Differentiate between the central and peripheral nervous systems.

 

 

95. Define Aristotles psyche.

 

 

96. What is dualism?

 

 

97. Why was the pineal body important to Descartes?

 

 

98. What is materialism and how has it influenced the study of neuroscience?

 

 

99. What did Darwin postulate about emotional expressions?

 

 

100. What is epigenetics and why is it an important topic to study?

 

 

101. Define common ancestor and how this applies to Darwins theory of evolution.

 

 

102. What is the difference between a minimally conscious state (MCS) and a persistent vegetative state (PVS)?

 

 

103. Define taxonomy and apply it to humans.

 

 

104. What are the seven general steps in the evolution of the nervous system?

 

 

105. Differentiate between Homo habilis and Homo erectus.

 

 

106. What is an encephalization quotient?

 

 

107. Your friend says, Of course elephants are smarter than dolphins, they have much bigger brains. Why is your friends reasoning incorrect? What factors are he not taking into account to explain differences in brain size?

 

 

108. How might climate changes have influenced the evolution of the human brain?

 

 

109. How do fruit-eating primates differ from nonfruit-eating primates? How might this have influenced the evolution of the brain?

 

 

110. What is the radiator hypothesis? How might it have shaped the evolution of the human brain?

 

 

111. Define species-typical behavior. How does this influence our comparisons of intelligence across species?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name: __________________________  Date: _____________

 

 

1. In a study on infant language, researchers found that when newborn infants listened to a familiar language there was a(n) _____ in oxygenated hemoglobin, and there was _____ in oxygenated hemoglobin when they listened to an unfamiliar language.
  A) decrease; an increase
  B) increase; no change
  C) decrease; no change
  D) increase; a decrease

 

 

2. The electroencephalograph (EEG) was invented by:
  A) Hans Berger.
  B) Wilder Penfield.
  C) Paul Broca.
  D) Karl Lashley.

 

 

3. Brocas area is located in the:
  A) temporal lobe.
  B) parietal lobe.
  C) frontal lobe.
  D) limbic lobe.

 

 

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