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Question number: 606

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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Which is true of social stereotypes?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

They are always negative.

b.

They are always positive.

c.

University students show more evidence of ethnic stereotyping now than they did in the past.

d.

They tend to be rational.

e.

Likable members of a rejected group are perceived as an “exception. ”

Question number: 607

» Motivation & Emotion » Hunger, Thirst, Sex, & Pain

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Which is TRUE regarding the influence of cultural values on eating behaviors?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

They greatly affect the incentive value of various foods.

b.

They have a homeostatic influence on amount of food consumed.

c.

They are the primary cause of innate taste aversion.

d.

They determine a person’s set point for various foods.

e.

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Question number: 608

» Biological Bases of Behavior » Genetics

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The study of the hereditary transmission of attributes is:

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a.

Mutation, differentiation

b.

Genetics, genes

c.

Environment, differentiation

d.

Heritability, biological traits

e.

Adaptability, dominant and recessive traits

Question number: 609

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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What is the best example of learning according to the psychologist?

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a.

A woman experiencing labor pains

b.

A young man’s beard beginning to grow at age 15

c.

Salmon swimming upstream during the mating season

d.

A child being able to ride a bike

e.

A baby sucking on her mother’s breast for nourishment

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