Which is the true statement about the synapses in the spinal cord in the stretch reflex? sensory nuerons synapse with motor nuerons interneurons to excite the extrafusal fibers of the stretched muscle internuerons make inhibitory synapses with neurons that prevent contraction of the antagonist muscle the antagonist muscle is activated by increased frequency stimuli Polysynaptic intemeurons first synapse with higher brain centers
Where on the physical activity pyramid do sedentary activities belong?Where on the physical activity pyramid do sedentary activities belong? A. B. C. D.Download jpg
It is possible for an individual to exercise too much. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Those with high self-esteem are highly critical of their strengths and weaknesses. a. True b. False I just took the test and the correct answer is FALSE.
(05.01 LC)Making decisions based on personal values can help you? Answer: Maintain self-respect I did it on the test, got it right.
Which of the following is a balance activity that can be completed in school? Yoga Weight lifting Push-ups Running
Which of the following statements about stress is true?A: stress is a normal part of life.B: there are different kinds of stressC: stress can lead to health problemsD: all of the above
To prevent ketosis, the body needs a minimum of _______ grams of carbohydrates daily. a. 120 to 140 b. 15 c. 25 d. 50 to 100
Which of the following is NOT a way to transmit STIs? A. Through pregnancy B. Indirectly touching sex organs C. Sharing a dinner utensil D. Exposure to an open sore
If asked whether exercise is important for keeping optimal immune health, what would be the BEST answer? A. No, the only way to boost immune health is to receive regular doctor's checkups. B. No, the only way to boost your immune system is to eat a healthy diet. C. Yes, daily exercise can boost your immune health. D. Yes, daily exercise increases stress, which can increase your immune health.
Which statement is TRUE about the factors affecting physical fitness? A. We have no control over any of the factors. B. We have total control over all the factors. C. The factors that affect physical fitness only apply to athletes. D. We can control some of the factors, but not all of them.
Which of the following is a common misperception about STI transmission? A. Some STIs can be transmitted by oral contact. B. Some STIs can be transmitted by skin-to-skin contact. C. All STIs require medication or a doctor's treatment. D. All STIs can only be transmitted through intercourse.
The water weight lost while taking a diuretic is only temporary. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Medication for STIs only need to be taken until the symptoms go away. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which motor area both has a homunculus and has descending projection fibers? primary motor cortex premotor cortex frontal eye fields Broca's area
Which of the following is NOT a physical change that girls go through during adolescence? A. body growth B. periods begin C. sweat production D. rapid brain development
The ovaries produce a hormone called _____________ which triggers the maturation of the eggs. testosterone. estrogen. progesterone. ovarone
The smallest unit of ecological organization is a single a. population. b. community. c. organism. d. ecosystem.
Which of the following represents the greatest risk factor for a stroke? A. high glucose levels B. low glucose levels C. low blood pressure D. high blood pressure
Which activity demonstrates the lowest level of intensity? a;sprinting to catch a bus b;lying on the couch playing video games c;walking to a friend’s house d;raking leaves
Which characteristics of mental disorders should not be ignored? A warning signs B sadness C hopelessness D feelings of shame