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Question number: 1491

» Abnormal Psychology » Personality Disorders

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A major defining characteristic of personality disorder is that they:

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Choice (4) Response
a.

Are comparatively difficult to treat

b.

Are psychological, more from society’s view than from that of the person’s who have them

c.

Are comparatively easy to treat

d.

Reflect a lack of contrast with reality

Question number: 1492

» Social Psychology » Aggression or Antisocial Behavior

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Aggression is best defined as

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Choice (4) Response
a.

non-intrusion

b.

hostility.

c.

politeness

d.

any action carried out with the intent of harming another person.

Question number: 1493

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

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A correlation coefficient is best characterized as a

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Choice (4) Response
a.

measure of the extent of the relationship between two variables.

b.

measure influence of one variable on experiment.

c.

measure of the likelihood that observed differences may be attributed to chance.

d.

index of the causal direction between an independent and dependent variable.

Question number: 1494

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Thinking & Cognition » Forming Judgments

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Thought that is intuitive, haphazard, or personal is termed

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Choice (4) Response
a.

illogical thought.

b.

apparent thought.

c.

inductive thought.

d.

deductive thought.

Question number: 1495

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Evaluating Psychotherapies

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The first true psychotherapy was developed by ________ around the turn of the century to treat cases of ________.

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Choice (4) Response
a.

Bictre; hysteria

b.

Freud; hysteria

c.

Pinel; psychosis

d.

Eysenck; neurosis

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