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Marijuana Basics Quiz - 1a

 


 

1. What is Marijuana?

A. The same thing as Cannabis
B. A Herb created through selective breeding of Hemp
C. A plant that contains cannabinoids
D. All of the above



2. What does THC stand for?

A. Tetrahydrocannabidiol
B. Tetrahydrocannabinol
C. Terrahydrocannabiddiol
D. Tetrahydrogencannabinalcohol
 


3. Which forms of THC are psychoactive?

A. THC and CBD
B. THCA or CBD
C. THCV and THC
D. THCVA and CBD



4. What is this molecule? 

A. it is possible to give attention to a feature in the environment without moving the eyes to focus that feature.
B. It is possible to make an eye movement without a corresponding shift in attention
C. Eye movement recording does not assess peripheral vision
D. Both a and c
 

5. Automatic grouping during visual search is addressed by the:

A. feature integration theory.
B. Temporal occlusion theory
C. Event occlusion procedure
D. Eye movement recording procedure.
 

6. Which is not a true statement of attention allocation in Kahneman's theory of attention?

A. unexpected features attract an attention
B. we do not allocate attention to meaningful features
C. meaningfulness is a product of experience
D. meaningfulness is a product of instruction.
 

7. Visual search picks up what critical cues that influence what part(s) of the action control process?

A. action selection
B. constraining of the selected action
C. timing of action initiation
D. all of the above.
 

8. Which is true concerning visual search when putting a golf ball?

A. golfers are not consciously aware of eye movements during putting
B. golfers are consciously aware of eye movements during putting
C. golfers do not associated visual attention with head position
D. fixations on the club led to more successful putts
 

9. Which is not an example of visual search processes relating to performance of open and closed motor skills?

A. expert batters do not visually attend to the release point of a pitch
B. successful free-throw shooters look directly at the backboard or hoop longer before shooting
C. experienced drivers tend to be less variable in when they fixated their eye movement
D. while locomoting through a cluttered environment, the person needs to visually fixate on objects they wish to avoid
 


10. Which is an accurate statement of visual search training strategies?

A. There is no correlation between experience and skill and visual search patterns
B. Strategies are not acquired without specific training
C. There is a lack of benefits derived from generalized visual training programs
D. Activity specific training does not facilitate novices' use of effective visual search strategies

11. What is Marijuana?

A. The same thing as Cannabis
B. A Herb created through selective breeding of Hemp
C. A plant that contains cannabinoids
D. All of the above



12. What does THC stand for?

A. Tetrahydrocannabidiol
B. Tetrahydrocannabinol
C. Terrahydrocannabiddiol
D. Tetrahydrogencannabinalcohol
 


13. Which forms of THC are psychoactive?

A. THC 
B. THCA
C. THCV
D. THCA



14. What is ?

A. it is possible to give attention to a feature in the environment without moving the eyes to focus that feature.
B. It is possible to make an eye movement without a corresponding shift in attention
C. Eye movement recording does not assess peripheral vision
D. Both a and c
 

15. Automatic grouping during visual search is addressed by the:

A. feature integration theory.
B. Temporal occlusion theory
C. Event occlusion procedure
D. Eye movement recording procedure.
 

16. Which is not a true statement of attention allocation in Kahneman's theory of attention?

A. unexpected features attract an attention
B. we do not allocate attention to meaningful features
C. meaningfulness is a product of experience
D. meaningfulness is a product of instruction.
 

17. Visual search picks up what critical cues that influence what part(s) of the action control process?

A. action selection
B. constraining of the selected action
C. timing of action initiation
D. all of the above.
 

18. Which is true concerning visual search when putting a golf ball?

A. golfers are not consciously aware of eye movements during putting
B. golfers are consciously aware of eye movements during putting
C. golfers do not associated visual attention with head position
D. fixations on the club led to more successful putts
 

19. Which is not an example of visual search processes relating to performance of open and closed motor skills?

A. expert batters do not visually attend to the release point of a pitch
B. successful free-throw shooters look directly at the backboard or hoop longer before shooting
C. experienced drivers tend to be less variable in when they fixated their eye movement
D. while locomoting through a cluttered environment, the person needs to visually fixate on objects they wish to avoid
 


20. Which is an accurate statement of visual search training strategies?

A. There is no correlation between experience and skill and visual search patterns
B. Strategies are not acquired without specific training
C. There is a lack of benefits derived from generalized visual training programs
D. Activity specific training does not facilitate novices' use of effective visual search strategies

21. What is Marijuana?

A. The same thing as Cannabis
B. A Herb created through selective breeding of Hemp
C. A plant that contains cannabinoids
D. All of the above



22. What does THC stand for?

A. Tetrahydrocannabidiol
B. Tetrahydrocannabinol
C. Terrahydrocannabiddiol
D. Tetrahydrogencannabinalcohol
 


23. Which forms of THC are psychoactive?

A. THC 
B. THCA
C. THCV
D. THCA



24. What is ?

A. it is possible to give attention to a feature in the environment without moving the eyes to focus that feature.
B. It is possible to make an eye movement without a corresponding shift in attention
C. Eye movement recording does not assess peripheral vision
D. Both a and c
 

25. Automatic grouping during visual search is addressed by the:

A. feature integration theory.
B. Temporal occlusion theory
C. Event occlusion procedure
D. Eye movement recording procedure.
 

26. Which is not a true statement of attention allocation in Kahneman's theory of attention?

A. unexpected features attract an attention
B. we do not allocate attention to meaningful features
C. meaningfulness is a product of experience
D. meaningfulness is a product of instruction.
 

27. Visual search picks up what critical cues that influence what part(s) of the action control process?

A. action selection
B. constraining of the selected action
C. timing of action initiation
D. all of the above.
 

28. Which is true concerning visual search when putting a golf ball?

A. golfers are not consciously aware of eye movements during putting
B. golfers are consciously aware of eye movements during putting
C. golfers do not associated visual attention with head position
D. fixations on the club led to more successful putts
 

29. Which is not an example of visual search processes relating to performance of open and closed motor skills?

A. expert batters do not visually attend to the release point of a pitch
B. successful free-throw shooters look directly at the backboard or hoop longer before shooting
C. experienced drivers tend to be less variable in when they fixated their eye movement
D. while locomoting through a cluttered environment, the person needs to visually fixate on objects they wish to avoid
 


30. Which is an accurate statement of visual search training strategies?

A. There is no correlation between experience and skill and visual search patterns
B. Strategies are not acquired without specific training
C. There is a lack of benefits derived from generalized visual training programs
D. Activity specific training does not facilitate novices' use of effective visual search strategies

31. What is Marijuana?

A. The same thing as Cannabis
B. A Herb created through selective breeding of Hemp
C. A plant that contains cannabinoids
D. All of the above



32. What does THC stand for?

A. Tetrahydrocannabidiol
B. Tetrahydrocannabinol
C. Terrahydrocannabiddiol
D. Tetrahydrogencannabinalcohol
 


33. Which forms of THC are psychoactive?

A. THC 
B. THCA
C. THCV
D. THCA



34. What is ?

A. it is possible to give attention to a feature in the environment without moving the eyes to focus that feature.
B. It is possible to make an eye movement without a corresponding shift in attention
C. Eye movement recording does not assess peripheral vision
D. Both a and c
 

35. Automatic grouping during visual search is addressed by the:

A. feature integration theory.
B. Temporal occlusion theory
C. Event occlusion procedure
D. Eye movement recording procedure.
 

36. Which is not a true statement of attention allocation in Kahneman's theory of attention?

A. unexpected features attract an attention
B. we do not allocate attention to meaningful features
C. meaningfulness is a product of experience
D. meaningfulness is a product of instruction.
 

37. Visual search picks up what critical cues that influence what part(s) of the action control process?

A. action selection
B. constraining of the selected action
C. timing of action initiation
D. all of the above.
 

38. Which is true concerning visual search when putting a golf ball?

A. golfers are not consciously aware of eye movements during putting
B. golfers are consciously aware of eye movements during putting
C. golfers do not associated visual attention with head position
D. fixations on the club led to more successful putts
 

39. Which is not an example of visual search processes relating to performance of open and closed motor skills?

A. expert batters do not visually attend to the release point of a pitch
B. successful free-throw shooters look directly at the backboard or hoop longer before shooting
C. experienced drivers tend to be less variable in when they fixated their eye movement
D. while locomoting through a cluttered environment, the person needs to visually fixate on objects they wish to avoid
 


40. Which is an accurate statement of visual search training strategies?

A. There is no correlation between experience and skill and visual search patterns
B. Strategies are not acquired without specific training
C. There is a lack of benefits derived from generalized visual training programs
D. Activity specific training does not facilitate novices' use of effective visual search strategies

41. What is Marijuana?

A. The same thing as Cannabis
B. A Herb created through selective breeding of Hemp
C. A plant that contains cannabinoids
D. All of the above



42. What does THC stand for?

A. Tetrahydrocannabidiol
B. Tetrahydrocannabinol
C. Terrahydrocannabiddiol
D. Tetrahydrogencannabinalcohol
 


43. Which forms of THC are psychoactive?

A. THC 
B. THCA
C. THCV
D. THCA



44. What is ?

A. it is possible to give attention to a feature in the environment without moving the eyes to focus that feature.
B. It is possible to make an eye movement without a corresponding shift in attention
C. Eye movement recording does not assess peripheral vision
D. Both a and c
 

45. Automatic grouping during visual search is addressed by the:

A. feature integration theory.
B. Temporal occlusion theory
C. Event occlusion procedure
D. Eye movement recording procedure.
 

46. Which is not a true statement of attention allocation in Kahneman's theory of attention?

A. unexpected features attract an attention
B. we do not allocate attention to meaningful features
C. meaningfulness is a product of experience
D. meaningfulness is a product of instruction.
 

47. Visual search picks up what critical cues that influence what part(s) of the action control process?

A. action selection
B. constraining of the selected action
C. timing of action initiation
D. all of the above.
 

48. Which is true concerning visual search when putting a golf ball?

A. golfers are not consciously aware of eye movements during putting
B. golfers are consciously aware of eye movements during putting
C. golfers do not associated visual attention with head position
D. fixations on the club led to more successful putts
 

49. Which is not an example of visual search processes relating to performance of open and closed motor skills?

A. expert batters do not visually attend to the release point of a pitch
B. successful free-throw shooters look directly at the backboard or hoop longer before shooting
C. experienced drivers tend to be less variable in when they fixated their eye movement
D. while locomoting through a cluttered environment, the person needs to visually fixate on objects they wish to avoid
 


50. Which is an accurate statement of visual search training strategies?

A. There is no correlation between experience and skill and visual search patterns
B. Strategies are not acquired without specific training
C. There is a lack of benefits derived from generalized visual training programs
D. Activity specific training does not facilitate novices' use of effective visual search strategies

51. What is Marijuana?

A. The same thing as Cannabis
B. A Herb created through selective breeding of Hemp
C. A plant that contains cannabinoids
D. All of the above



52. What does THC stand for?

A. Tetrahydrocannabidiol
B. Tetrahydrocannabinol
C. Terrahydrocannabiddiol
D. Tetrahydrogencannabinalcohol
 


53. Which forms of THC are psychoactive?

A. THC 
B. THCA
C. THCV
D. THCA



54. What is ?

A. it is possible to give attention to a feature in the environment without moving the eyes to focus that feature.
B. It is possible to make an eye movement without a corresponding shift in attention
C. Eye movement recording does not assess peripheral vision
D. Both a and c
 

55. Automatic grouping during visual search is addressed by the:

A. feature integration theory.
B. Temporal occlusion theory
C. Event occlusion procedure
D. Eye movement recording procedure.
 

56. Which is not a true statement of attention allocation in Kahneman's theory of attention?

A. unexpected features attract an attention
B. we do not allocate attention to meaningful features
C. meaningfulness is a product of experience
D. meaningfulness is a product of instruction.
 

57. Visual search picks up what critical cues that influence what part(s) of the action control process?

A. action selection
B. constraining of the selected action
C. timing of action initiation
D. all of the above.
 

58. Which is true concerning visual search when putting a golf ball?

A. golfers are not consciously aware of eye movements during putting
B. golfers are consciously aware of eye movements during putting
C. golfers do not associated visual attention with head position
D. fixations on the club led to more successful putts
 

59. Which is not an example of visual search processes relating to performance of open and closed motor skills?

A. expert batters do not visually attend to the release point of a pitch
B. successful free-throw shooters look directly at the backboard or hoop longer before shooting
C. experienced drivers tend to be less variable in when they fixated their eye movement
D. while locomoting through a cluttered environment, the person needs to visually fixate on objects they wish to avoid
 


60. Which is an accurate statement of visual search training strategies?

A. There is no correlation between experience and skill and visual search patterns
B. Strategies are not acquired without specific training
C. There is a lack of benefits derived from generalized visual training programs
D. Activity specific training does not facilitate novices' use of effective visual search strategies




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