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Question number: 899

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

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In order to determine the cause of behavior, the questions we ask must be

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Choice (5)Response

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based on theory.

b.

based on hypothesis.

c.

testable.

d.

novel.

e.

tentative.

Question number: 900

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » SocialCognitive Perspective

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Learning theorists

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have removed the “person” from personality.

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would view a trait as stable in all situations.

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emphasize situational determinants of behavior.

d.

deemphasize determinants of behavior.

e.

stress the role of the unconscious.

Question number: 901

» Biological Bases of Behavior » Physiological Techniques » Imaging

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What does MRI involves?

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Testing patients’ brain damage after severe brain injuries

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Mapping the brain’s activity by having the patient complete cognitive tasks

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Injecting a slightly radioactive solution into the bloodstream to measure the amount absorbed by the brain

d.

Following brain images to get an exact measurement of brain size, capacity, and abilities

e.

Passing non-harmful radio frequencies through the brain to study brain structure

Question number: 902

» History, Approaches & Research Methods » Statistics, Research Methods & Ethics » Describing Data

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High room temperature leads to lower student performance, is an example of:

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Independent correlation

b.

Dependent correlation

c.

Zero correlation

d.

Positive correlation

e.

Negative correlation

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