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Question number: 634

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » Psychoanalytic Perspective

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Freud became interested in the study of personality when he realized that

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Choice (5)Response

a.

many of his patients were faking symptoms.

b.

his patients had physical causes for their problems

c.

no comprehensive theories of the mind were widely accepted.

d.

the treatment of psychological disorders was more advanced than those for physical disorders.

e.

his patients lacked physical causes for their problems.

Question number: 635

» Sensation & Perception » Sensory Adaptations » Vision

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The degree of concentration or dilution of color is known as its:

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a.

Saturation

b.

Volume

c.

Quantity

d.

Hue

e.

Brightness

Question number: 636

» History, Approaches & Research Methods » Logic, Philosophy, & History of Science

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Which of the following is not one of the aspects of development studied by psychologists?

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a.

Immutable laws of development

b.

Mutable laws of development

c.

Cultural differences in development

d.

Individual differences in development

e.

Universal aspects of development

Question number: 637

» History, Approaches & Research Methods » Experimental, Correlation, & Clinical Research

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Two variables may be said to be causally related if

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a.

they are observed to co-vary on many separate occasions.

b.

they show a strong negative correlation.

c.

they show a strong positive correlation.

d.

all extraneous variables are controlled, and the independent variable creates consistent differences in behavior of the experimental group.

e.

they have been observed in a laboratory setting.

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