1.79.The brain pathway that operates as a "short cut" in the detection of danger
A)provides for quicker conscious processing of threat.
B)is acquired through classical conditioning.
C)interferes with the organism's ability to respond to threat.
D)allows some threats to be responded to very quickly.
1.80.The two different pathways in the brain involved in the detection of danger differ from one another with respect to
A)their roles in panic disorder versus specific phobia.
B)the amount of conscious thinking and reasoning.
C)the detection of reality-based versus unrealistic threats.
D)their presence in humans versus lower animals.
1.81.Brain imaging studies of patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)show that OCD
A)has neurological foundations similar to other anxiety disorders.
B)has neurological foundations different from other anxiety disorders.
C)has no neurological foundation.
D)can be related to danger-detection pathways.
1.82.Research from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)has suggested a model called the pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infection,or PANDAS,which has
B)resulted in several law suits against hospitals.
C)not yet been supported or refuted by strong evidence.
D)been considered to be the result of pseudoscience with no evidence to support it.