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Question number: 351

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Julie feels sick whenever she sees a donut. Three years ago she had the stomach flu right when she ate two donuts. Since then, she cannot even look at one without feeling sick. Julie is a victim of ________ conditioning.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Social learning

b.

Food industry

c.

Classical

d.

Operational

e.

None of the above

Question number: 352

» Social Psychology » Group and Intergroup Processes

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Wearing uniforms has been found to promote

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Choice (5) Response

a.

authotarianism

b.

mental creativity

c.

deindividuation

d.

depressive affect

e.

objective self-awareness

Question number: 353

» Clinical and Abnormal Psychology » Treatment of Disorders

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Which of the following is associated with Jung’s analytical therapy?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Focus on libido

b.

Hypnosis

c.

Defense mechanisms

d.

Transference

e.

Dream analysis

Question number: 354

» Thinking » Thinking Theories, Applications and Issues

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According to Collins and Quillian, individuals decide on the relationship between words by assessing the

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

acoustic similarity of the words

b.

personal experience they have with the words

c.

common characteristics between the words

d.

words’ respective locations in semantic words

e.

part of speech of the words

Question number: 355

» Measurement and Methodology » Research Designs

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An experimental group is told that the speakers they are about to hear are randomly chosen graduate students who have no stake in the outcome of the experiment. A control group is not given this information. Both groups hear speeches that are aimed at changing attitudes. Only the control group shows a marked attitude change. This could be considered an example of

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

matched-group design

b.

the sleeper effect

c.

the effect of inoculation

d.

the primacy effect

e.

quasi-experimental design

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