ETHC 210 Exam 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. PTSD is;
  2. Genome wide association studies have only found one chromosome region involved in genes which contribute to “craving.”
  3. A gene called period 2 is involved in promoting a proper sleep wake cycle coordinated with daily sunrise and sunset.
  4. Which of the following should be the view of the Christian public in general and believers involved in the health professions regarding genetics and behavior”?
  5. A likely cause of depression is deficiency of the neurotransmitter serotonin in synapses.
  6. One promising area of autism research involves the proteins neurexin and neuroligin. Which of the following is true about the function of these two proteins?
  7. Genetic analysis of Individuals with schizophrenia show that;
  8. Many antidepressant drugs work by:
  9. Plant derived chemicals from drugs such as cocaine, opium and THC (active ingredient of marijuana) all tend to cause changes in the human body by binding to;
  10. Drug addiction produces long lasting brain changes.
  11. Which of the following biblical concepts address the issue of genetics and behavior?
  12. Two kinds of genetics studies were used to show that there is a genetic basis to intelligence, they are;
  13. Which of the following is true about the nicotinic receptor?
  14. The main brain area influenced by addictive drugs is the limbic system.
  15. Clock genes;
  16. Bipolar disorder is much more abundant in the general population than depression.
  17. Which of the following is true regarding autism?
  18. Marijuana is being legalized in various forms across the country but in tests of young adults in school it is showing that users are underachievers in the school setting.
  19. Narcolepsy is now known to be caused by a mutant receptor for hypocretin.
  20. PTSD is thought to involve both genetic and epigenetic factors.
  21. Nicotine has been shown to be very addictive most likely because it;
  22. The human brain has billions of neurons and billions of connections called synapses.
  23. The brain changes which contribute to addiction occur in parts of the brain called the;
  24. Certain common drugs like nicotine and alcohol at the genetic level;
  25. According to geneticists heredity may play a stronger role in autism then schizophrenia.

Set 2

  1. Nicotine has been shown to be very addictive most likely because it;
  2. According to geneticists heredity may play a stronger role in autism then schizophrenia.
  3. Bipolar disorder is much more abundant in the general population than depression.
  4. Genome wide association studies have only found one chromosome region involved in genes which contribute to “craving.”
  5. Plant derived chemicals from drugs such as cocaine, opium and THC (active ingredient of marijuana) all tend to cause changes in the human body by binding to;
  6. Genetic analysis of Individuals with schizophrenia show that;
  7. One promising area of autism research involves the proteins neurexin and neuroligin. Which of the following is true about the function of these two proteins?
  8. Genes and the environment contribute equally to depression.
  9. Clock genes;
  10. Many of the genes which affect behavior produce proteins which influence;
  11. Uptake of dopamine into the postsynaptic cell triggers feelings of pleasure.
  12. Many antidepressant drugs work by:
  13. Many antidepressant drugs work by:
  14. Which of the following is true about narcolepsy?
  15. Which of the following should be the view of the Christian public in general and believers involved in the health professions regarding genetics and behavior”?
  16. This substance is made of fats and proteins and covers nerve cell axons promoting proper nerve cell transmission.
  17. The epigenetic changes found on patients with PTSD involve;
  18. Marijuana is being legalized in various forms across the country but in tests of young adults in school it is showing that users are underachievers in the school setting.
  19. A likely cause of depression is deficiency of the neurotransmitter serotonin in synapses.
  20. Narcolepsy is now known to be caused by a mutant receptor for hypocretin.
  21. Drug addiction produces long lasting brain changes.
  22. PTSD is;
  23. Which of the following is true regarding autism?
  24. Two kinds of genetics studies were used to show that there is a genetic basis to intelligence, they are;
  25. Certain common drugs like nicotine and alcohol at the genetic level;