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Question number: 574

» Learning » Social or Observational Learning

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Jolly watches a violent TV show and then pretends to shoot her sister Molly with a toy pistol. A psychologist would say that Jolly has learned this behavior by ________.

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Vicarious learning

b.

Operant conditioning

c.

Learning set

d.

Latent learning

e.

Classical conditioning

Question number: 575

» Biological Bases of Behavior » Neural Transmission

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What effect do neurotransmitters from one neuron have on the next neuron?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

They may excite or inhibit it.

b.

They excite it.

c.

They have no effect.

d.

They don’t move from one neuron to another.

e.

They inhibit it.

Question number: 576

» States of Consciousness » Hypnosis

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Who introduced force called “animal magnetism, ” or hypnosis in late 1700s?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Wilhelm Wundt

b.

Sigmund Freud

c.

Anton Mesmer

d.

William James

e.

Ernest Hilgard

Question number: 577

» States of Consciousness » Hypnosis

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Which of the following given below is not a real-world application of hypnosis?

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a.

Stop overeating

b.

Stop smoking

c.

Ease pain

d.

Remember a painful event

e.

Marriage counseling

Question number: 578

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » Trait Perspective

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According to Eysenck’s three-factor theory of personality, which one of the following factors refers to a person’s level of stability/instability?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

psychoticism

b.

conscientiousness

c.

neuroticism

d.

extraversion

e.

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