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Psychology Crossword Puzzle- Quiz 1

Jenna Cubello

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4.A yielding to perceived group pressure.
5.The branch of medicare or biology that deals with anatomy, functions, and organic disorders.
7.A part of the forebrain that is the brain's sensory relay station, sending messages from the sense to higher parts of the brain.
8.A part of the forebrain involved in regulating basic biological processes, such as eating, drinking, sexual activity, emotion, and a stable body temperature.
11.A part of the hindbrain that regulates and coordinates basic motor activities and may also play a role in learning.
12.An extension of the soma that sends information in the form of electrochemical impulses to other neurons.
13.The entire area composed of the terminal button of one neuron, the synaptic cleft, and the dendrite of another neuron.
14.The act or state of holding unreasonable preconceived judgement or convictions.
Down
1.Damage to this area results in lack of comprehension.
2.One that is regarded as embodying or conforming to a set image type.
3.Damage to this area will effect fluency of speech.
6.A social group to which we feel content or opposition towards
9.The posterior part of the brain, adjoining and structurally continuos with the spinal cord.
10.A social group to which we feel loyalty and respect.

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