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Important Physiologists in History Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is NOT something that Schwann described about cells?

Question 2 2. Schwann was influenced by _____ while at the University of Berlin to pursue a career in science.

Question 3 3. Claude Bernard discovered that _____ binds to hemoglobin.

Question 4 4. Which two discoveries by Claude Bernard led him to discover homeostasis?

Question 5 5. Wilhelm Wundt was revolutionary because:

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Question 6 6. Besides his experimental lab, what was Wundt's biggest contribution to psychology?

Question 7 7. Which of the following states Theodor Schwann's contribution to the cell theory?

Question 8 8. Which theory did Theodor Schwann disprove?

Question 9 9. Under whom did Piaget study psychology?

Question 10 10. Who was Jean Piaget?

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Question 11 11. Which psychologist worked with Alfred Binet to create one of the earliest intelligence tests?

Question 12 12. The study of human thought processes, including intelligence, is known as _____ psychology.

Question 13 13. One of the first observations in Ronald Ross' work on malaria was evident in a water container outside his window in Bangalore that had:

Question 14 14. Ronald Ross found that the mosquito species that was associated with malaria transmission in humans was called:

Question 15 15. What is Bernardo Houssay most famous for?

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Question 16 16. Where was Bernardo Houssay born?

Question 17 17. Emil Kraepelin was from what country?

Question 18 18. Emil Kraepelin is known for his classification of which types of mental disorders?

Question 19 19. Who was Emil Adolf Behring?

Question 20 20. Emil Behring's contributions to microbiology, medicine, and science helped save the lives of numerous people from _____.

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Question 21 21. Who was William Bayliss?

Question 22 22. What is William Bayliss most famous for?

Question 23 23. Schwann is known for coining the term _____.

Question 24 24. What was Claude Bernard's discovery about the pancreas?

Question 25 25. Which of the following is most likely a topic Wundt would have been interested in writing about?

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Question 26 26. What did Theodor Schwann discover about the process of fermentation?

Question 27 27. Where was Jean Piaget born?

Question 28 28. Which of the following did Alfred Binet believe was the most important element of intelligence?

Question 29 29. While testing how malaria was transmitted, what animal did Ronald Ross use to observe this?

Question 30 30. Who was Bernardo Houssay?

Important Physiologists in History Chapter Exam Instructions

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