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Question number: 1189

» Social Psychology » Conformity, Compliance, Obedience

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The process of changing your behavior to match that of others in a group is

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

reliability.

b.

forming a social contract.

c.

norming.

d.

standardization.

e.

conformity.

Question number: 1190

» States of Consciousness » Sleep & Dreaming » Sleep Disorders

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The sleep-wake cycle is an example of a ________ rhythm.

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a.

somatic

b.

phase advance

c.

circadian

d.

phase delay

e.

biological

Question number: 1191

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Infancy & Childhood

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From the perspective of the life-span psychologist, life stages are important because

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a.

they represent set of task that cannot be fulfilled.

b.

they provide insight into the values and aspirations of particular cultures.

c.

they represent the outcome of major biological changes.

d.

their beginning and end are perfectly correlated with chronological age.

e.

they present a set of developmental tasks to be mastered.

Question number: 1192

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Prenatal Development & the Newborn

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The first two weeks of life are referred to as:

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a.

Germinal stage

b.

The period of infancy

c.

The neonatal period

d.

Early childhood

e.

The preoperational stage

Question number: 1193

» Motivation & Emotion » Biological Bases

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A circadian rhythm refers to a cycle

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Choice (5)Response

a.

of emotional arousal.

b.

during which various bodily systems are in phase.

c.

of psychological arousal.

d.

of sexual receptivity caused by hormone cycles.

e.

of bodily activity approximately 24 hours in length.

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