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Question number: 810

» Social Psychology » Group Dynamics

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Expected behavior patterns associated with particular social positions are called

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a.

mannerisms.

b.

prejudices.

c.

stereotypes.

d.

roles.

e.

culture.

Question number: 811

» Personality » Assessment Techniques

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One hallmark of projective tests is that they:

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a.

Require responses to ambiguous stimuli

b.

Measure only one trait

c.

Are multiphase

d.

Are system demarcated

e.

Are criterion referenced

Question number: 812

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Thinking & Cognition » Forming Judgments

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Drawing conclusions on the basis of formal principles of reasoning is termed

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a.

illogical thought.

b.

deductive thought.

c.

creative thought.

d.

logical thought.

e.

inductive thought.

Question number: 813

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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An operant conditioning procedure that involves the positive reinforcement of successive approximations of an initially improbable behavior to eventually bring about that behavior is known as:

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a.

shaping

b.

secondary reinforcer

c.

discriminative stimulus

d.

punishment

e.

primary reinforcer

Question number: 814

» Motivation & Emotion » Theories of Emotion » Expressed Emotion

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Which theory claims that emotions are organized in the brain and that emotional feelings and bodily expressions occur simultaneously?

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a.

the common sense theory

b.

the James-Lange theory

c.

attribution theory

d.

the Cannon-Bard theory

e.

the cognition theory

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