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Question number: 1576

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

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A common method for selecting representative samples is to select them

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

from confidential lists of mail order firms.

b.

randomly from small population group.

c.

randomly from the larger population.

d.

strictly from volunteers.

Question number: 1577

» Abnormal Psychology » Definitions of Abnormality

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A core feature of all abnormal behavior is that it is

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Choice (4) Response
a.

innate.

b.

dependent on age.

c.

maladaptive.

d.

learned.

Question number: 1578

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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Connie and Sue are identical twins reared apart and recently reunited. Carl and Fred are unrelated students at a major university. Which of the following statements is TRUE of these pairings?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Connie and Sue will not share as many similarities as will Carl and Fred.

b.

Connie and Sue will probably show a long list of amazing similarities, while Carl and Fred will only share a couple of similarities.

c.

Connie and Sue will probably share many similarities; Carl and Fred may share many similarities but are probably not motivated enough to discover them.

d.

Connie and Sue will have more differences than will Carl and Fred.

Question number: 1579

» States of Consciousness » Hypnosis

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While using hypnosis for pain reduction, patients highly susceptible to hypnosis were?

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Choice (4) Response
a.

More likely to report significantly lower pain levels

b.

More likely to experience posthypnotic amnesia

c.

Less likely to report lower pain levels

d.

Likely to respond more slowly to the induction method

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