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Test Bank Abnormal Psychology-16th Edition -James N. Butcher-Jill M. Hooley- Susan M Mineka

Test Bank Abnormal Psychology-16th Edition -James N. Butcher-Jill M. Hooley- Susan M Mineka

3. neurotransmitters

3. neurotransmitters that are involved in psychopathology. 4. forms of neurotransmitters called amino acids that can cause brain damage. Difficulty: 1 Question ID: 3.1-34 Page Ref: 61 Topic: The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors Skill: Factual Answer: c. neurotransmitters that are involved in psychopathology. 3.1-35. Cortisol is a hormone that 1. is released by the hypothalamus and travels to the pituitary gland, causing it to respond. 1. the pituitary gland releases to stimulate the adrenal gland. 2. the adrenal gland produces that mobilizes the body to deal with stress. 3. reduces the reuptake of the monamine neurotransmitters. Difficulty: 2 Question ID: 3.1-35 Page Ref: 62 Topic: The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors Skill: Factual Answer: c. the adrenal gland produces that mobilizes the body to deal with stress. 3.1-36. Which of the following statements is true? 1. Most behavioral disorders are determined exclusively by genes. 2. Genes play a role in most mental disorders. 3. Genes do not affect biochemical processes. 4. The genes that will be expressed in an individual are not affected by experience. Difficulty: 2 Question ID: 3.1-36 Page Ref: 63 Topic: The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors Skill: Factual Answer: b. Genes play a role in most mental disorders.

3.1-37. What do genes consist of? 1. Trisomes 2. Chromosomes 3. DNA 4. Proteins Difficulty: 1 Question ID: 3.1-37 Page Ref: 63 Topic: The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors Skill: Factual Answer: c. DNA 3.1-38. Down syndrome has been linked to 1. a chemical imbalance. 2. a gene on the X chromosome. 3. possessing an extra X chromosome. 4. possessing an extra chromosome in chromosome 21. Difficulty: 1 Question ID: 3.1-38 Page Ref: 63 Topic: The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors Skill: Factual Answer: d. possessing an extra chromosome in chromosome 21. 3.1-39. Normal human cells have 1. twenty-two chromosome pairs and one pair of sex chromosomes. 2. twenty-one trisomy chromosome pairs, one autosomal pair and one pair of sex chromosomes. 3. twenty-one chromosome pairs and two trisomy chromosome pairs. 4. twenty-three chromosome pairs. Difficulty: 1 Question ID: 3.1-39 Page Ref: 63 Topic: The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors Skill: Factual Answer: a. twenty-two chromosome pairs and one pair of sex chromosomes.