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Question number: 551

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Which of the following is one of the common life stages?

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a.

late adolescence

b.

old adulthood

c.

later adulthood

d.

infancy

Question number: 552

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The ________ believe that depth perception is learned.

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structuralists

b.

functionalists

c.

nativists

d.

empiricists

Question number: 553

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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Students who do better in high school tend to do better in college. This is an example of

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a positive correlation.

b.

a zero correlation.

c.

a perfect regression.

d.

a negative correlation.

Question number: 554

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nervous System

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The autonomic nervous system contains two branches called the

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a.

sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.

b.

somatic and spinal systems.

c.

spinal nerves and cranial nerves.

d.

parasympathetic and spinal systems.

Question number: 555

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Selective Perception

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The fundamental experience of the stimulation of the body’s senses is called:

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Cognition

b.

Sensation

c.

Conduction

d.

Adaptation

Question number: 556

» Therapeutic Approaches » Humanistic Therapy

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The essential feature of client-centered therapy is:

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The facilitating the client to arrive at his own insight about his problem

b.

It searches for client difficulties

c.

Its directive character

d.

Its emphasis upon searching for deep unconscious aspects of the problem

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