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Question number: 963

» Intelligence » Assessing Intelligence » Types of Tests

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The prototype of the modern intelligence test for children was first developed by:

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Simon

b.

Wechsler

c.

Stanford

d.

Terman

e.

Binet

Question number: 964

» States of Consciousness » Psychoactive Drug Effect » Effects, Dependence, & Addiction

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The psychological process that reportedly causes people to carry out particular behaviors or to have particular experiences after leaving hypnosis is due to:

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a.

pre-hypnotic suggestion

b.

posthypnotic suggestion

c.

age regression

d.

hypermnesia

e.

dissociation

Question number: 965

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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The “amazing similarities” of identical twins may be a result of

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a.

the Barnum effect.

b.

the fallacy of positive instances.

c.

the fallacy of negative instances

d.

deliberate deceit by the twins.

e.

deliberate deceit by the researchers.

Question number: 966

» Abnormal Psychology » Personality Disorders

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For children with ADHD, the ability to learn is severely limited because they

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a.

must take stimulants which shorten attention span.

b.

are given sedatives which make them listless.

c.

can concentrate with efficiency.

d.

are mildly retarded.

e.

act on impulse and cannot concentrate.

Question number: 967

» Abnormal Psychology » Diagnosis of Psychopathology

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Delusional thinking is characteristic of

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a.

conversion disorder.

b.

fugue.

c.

psychosis.

d.

obsessive-compulsive disorder.

e.

neurosis.

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