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Question number: 565

» Social Psychology » Organizational Behavior

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The study in which college students attached a bumper sticker for a militant black organization to their cars and then received frequent traffic citations demonstrates

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a.

discrimination.

b.

group prejudice.

c.

segregation.

d.

scapegoating.

e.

personal prejudice.

Question number: 566

» Developmental Psychology » Developmental Theories » Continuity & Stages

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According to Kohlberg’s theory of Moral Development, which of the following stages involves the motivation to follow rational, mutually agreed-upon principles and maintain the respect of others?

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instrumental relativist orientation

b.

conventional stage

c.

punishment and obedience orientation

d.

social contract orientation

e.

universal ethical principle orientation

Question number: 567

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Modes of Therapy » Behavior

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When electric shock is used to make the sight and smell of alcohol conditioned stimuli for an aversion response, the electric shock serves as the

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conditioned stimulus.

b.

unconditioned stimulus.

c.

unconditioned response.

d.

conditioned response.

e.

conditioned hierarchy.

Question number: 568

» Abnormal Psychology » Somatoform Disorders

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Conversion disorder and hypochondriasis are classified as

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somatoform disorders.

b.

physio-mental disorders.

c.

psychosomatic disorders.

d.

somatization disorders.

e.

psychosocial disorders.

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