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Question number: 1502

» Motivation & Emotion » Motivational Concepts » Instincts & Evolutionary Psychology

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Deficiency motivation is to abundance motivation as:

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Desire is to need

b.

Primary is to secondary

c.

Innate is to learned

d.

Need is to desire

e.

Need is to goal

Question number: 1503

» Abnormal Psychology » Diagnosis of Psychopathology

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Clinicians attempting to systematically assess the abnormal behavior of a client will frequently:

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Rely primarily on personality tests

b.

Rely on objective tests

c.

Rely primarily on projective tests

d.

Rely primarily on neuropsychological tests

e.

Employ a battery of tests

Question number: 1504

» Motivation & Emotion » Hunger, Thirst, Sex, & Pain

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Which of the following can alter the body’s set point?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

severe dieting

b.

external eating cues

c.

low self-esteem

d.

high self-esteem

e.

over feeding in childhood

Question number: 1505

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Infancy & Childhood

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You may have had the experience of a newborn infant grasping your finger when you touch his or her hand. The newborn infant’s grasping is an example of

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a.

a reflex.

b.

physical development.

c.

moral development.

d.

a motor skill.

e.

habituation.

Question number: 1506

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

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To replicate an experiment means to

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Choice (5)Response

a.

use control groups and experimental groups.

b.

control for effects of intervening variables.

c.

repeat the experiment using either identical or improved research methods.

d.

use statistics to determine the effect of chance.

e.

control for the effects of extraneous variables.

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