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Question number: 1084

» Social Psychology » Attitudes & Attitude Change

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A person has attitudes towards:

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a.

All possible objects

b.

All objects which exist in his own life-space

c.

All objects outside life space

d.

All objects which are perceived by him

e.

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Question number: 1085

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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Classifying people as having either a Type A or Type B personality has been used to predict

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a.

success in education.

b.

chances of suffering a heart attack.

c.

failure in education

d.

competency as a parent.

e.

chances of developing a serious mental illness.

Question number: 1086

» Abnormal Psychology » Organic Disorders

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In south and east Asia, a man may experience Koro, which is

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a.

schizophrenia.

b.

insanity.

c.

anxiety about his penis receding into his body.

d.

depression.

e.

obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Question number: 1087

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

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In terms of critical thinking and testing, results should

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a.

be repeatable.

b.

be objective.

c.

be incredible.

d.

be subjective.

e.

be meta-analytical.

Question number: 1088

» Motivation & Emotion » Motivational Concepts » Drives & Incentives

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Stimulus motives differ from primary motives in that they

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a.

are learned and necessary for survival.

b.

include needs for security, status, approval, and achievement.

c.

appear to be innate, but are not necessary for survival.

d.

are unlearned and necessary for survival.

e.

are acquired through various forms of conditioning and learning.

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