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Question number: 971

» Personality » Assessment Techniques

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Personality inventories are:

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Always scored on a priori basis

b.

Subjectively scored

c.

Objectively scored

d.

Always scored on an empirical basis

e.

Subjective and objective score

Question number: 972

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

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Which of the following explains opiates?

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a.

Opiates will not produce withdrawal.

b.

Opiates are not very addictive.

c.

Heroin is an example of an opiate.

d.

Marijuana is an example of an opiate.

e.

Opiates are only psychologically addictive.

Question number: 973

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Modes of Therapy » Psychoanalysis

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The obvious and visible aspects of a dream comprise its

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a.

latent content.

b.

conscious core.

c.

lucid content.

d.

unconscious core.

e.

manifest content.

Question number: 974

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Which of the following time intervals between the CS and the UCS in classical conditioning produces the strongest conditioning?

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a.

delayed

b.

trace

c.

continuous

d.

backward

e.

simultaneous

Question number: 975

» Sensation & Perception » Thresholds

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The minimum amount of stimulation that an individual can detect through a given sense is known as the absolute ________.

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a.

perception

b.

attention

c.

sensation

d.

threshold

e.

psychophysics

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