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Question number: 600

» Motivation & Emotion » Motivational Concepts » Drives & Incentives

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Question

Goals can help us motivated by all the following except:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Focusing our attention

b.

Encouraging alternative ways of achieving goals

c.

Allowing us the freedom to be spontaneous in our activities

d.

By regularly criticizing someone

e.

None of the above

Question number: 601

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Adulthood

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In passive euthanasia

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

body temperature is lowered to delay death.

b.

drugs are administered to hasten death.

c.

death is allowed but not caused.

d.

death is allowed only by reason.

e.

a person’s body is frozen upon death.

Question number: 602

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Evaluating Psychotherapies

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When a therapist attempts to see the world through the client’s eyes and to feel some part of what he or she is feeling, the therapist is using

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

reflection.

b.

authenticity.

c.

ego-centering.

d.

empathy.

e.

id-centering.

Question number: 603

» Developmental Psychology » Sex Roles & Sex Differences

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Question

Girls who mature early are more likely

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

to become tall and thin.

b.

to engage in earlier sexual relations.

c.

to be socially ostracized in middle and high school.

d.

to withdraw and become socially isolated.

e.

to become tall and stout.

Question number: 604

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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Question

Which of the following statements concerning “jigsaw” classrooms is TRUE?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Compared to children in traditional classrooms, children in jigsaw groups were less prejudiced but had slightly lower grades.

b.

Jigsaw groups emphasize cooperation over competition.

c.

Jigsaw groups decreases cooperation over competition.

d.

Even though the jigsaw groups as a whole perform better, high achievers tend to do worse in such groups than when learning alone.

e.

Children in jigsaw groups initially learn “pieces” of information together as a group.

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