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Question 1

Thinking Theories, Applications and Issues
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Gardner’s theory of intelligence does not recognize which of the following types of intelligence?

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a.Social skills
b.Self-knowledge
c.Language skills
d.Musical skills
e.G factor

Question 2

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Which is NOT a type of task that test-takers must perform when being evaluated with the Goldstein-Scheerer Tests of Abstract Thinking?

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a.mechanical layering
b.Design reproduction using a pencil.
c.Design reproduction using sticks.
d.Color sorting.
e.Object sorting.

Question 3

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The victim of a car accident has no psychological feeling in his body. He can, however, think and speak. The man notices that since the injury, his emotions have been practically nonexistent. This situation supports which theory of emotion?

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a.Post-traumatic stress theory
b.Cannon-Bard theory
c.James-Lange theory
d.Metacognitive theory
e.Sperry theory

Question 4

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

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a.common characteristics between the words
b.personal experience they have with the words
c.words’ respective locations in semantic words
d.acoustic similarity of the words
e.part of speech of the words