Developmental Psychology-Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 27 - 31 of 37

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Question number: 27

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Parents & Peers

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Authoritarian parents

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

discourage their children to act responsibly.

b.

encourage their children to act responsibly.

c.

demand strict adherence to rigid standards of behavior.

d.

require little in the way of responsible behavior from their children.

e.

do not enforce rules.

Question number: 28

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Human Nature

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The frustration-aggression hypothesis is given by

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Kohler

b.

Miller

c.

John Dollard

d.

Gestalt

e.

Thomas Kuhn

Question number: 29

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Evolutionary Psychology

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When a researcher tests several groups of people at the same time each group at a different age, he is conducting a ________ study.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Cross-sectional

b.

Sequential

c.

Observational

d.

Longitudinal

e.

Continuous

Question number: 30

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Human Nature

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The frustration-aggression hypothesis;

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Was developed by social learning theorist

b.

Assumes that frustration and aggression are independent

c.

Assumes that frustration produces aggression

d.

Claims that frustration and aggression are both instinctive

e.

Assume that aggression is basic instinct

Question number: 31

» Developmental Psychology » Nature, Nurture, & Human Diversity » Parents & Peers

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Compared to mothers, fathers spend more time

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

providing routine child care.

b.

playing with the infant.

c.

that does not involve visual contact with the infant.

d.

teaching their infants.

e.

feeding and care giving their infants.

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