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Question number: 1401

» Treatment of Psychology Disorders » Biomedical Therapies » Drug Therapies

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Major tranquilizers are also known as

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Choice (5)Response

a.

psychoactives.

b.

energizers.

c.

antipsychotics.

d.

antineurotics.

e.

stimulants.

Question number: 1402

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Adulthood

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The fastest growing group in American society is represented by

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a.

elementary school-aged children.

b.

toddler.

c.

adolescents.

d.

the aged (those over age 65).

e.

infants.

Question number: 1403

» Biological Bases of Behavior » The Brain » Cerebral Cortex

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The lobe of the cerebral cortex associated with personality is the

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a.

temporal lobe.

b.

cerebral cortex.

c.

occipital lobe.

d.

frontal lobe.

e.

parietal lobe.

Question number: 1404

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Adulthood

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Which of the following is an example of ageism?

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a.

being considered overly qualified for job

b.

being considered too experienced for a job

c.

in Japan the status and respect the elderly enjoy

d.

being considered unqualified for a job

e.

voluntary retirement

Question number: 1405

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » Trait Perspective

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Central traits:

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a.

Are more situations specific than they are secondary traits

b.

Were suggested as general characteristics present in everyone

c.

Organize and control behavior across many situations

d.

Are seen in growth-oriented individuals

e.

Are seen in growth retarding individuals

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