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Question number: 582

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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A procedure that controls experimenter bias and participant bias by preventing experimenters and participants from knowing which participants have been assigned to particular conditions is known as the technique.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

double-blind

b.

field

c.

correlation

d.

experimental

e.

self-fulfilling prophecy

Question number: 583

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The menopause and climacteric are to aging as

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integrity is to autonomy.

b.

birth is to death.

c.

puberty is to adolescence.

d.

activity is to ageism.

e.

infancy to puberty.

Question number: 584

» Work Psychology & Organizational Behavior » Management

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Those roles which one attains voluntarily are called

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a.

groupthink.

b.

achieved roles.

c.

social selves.

d.

ascribed roles.

e.

positions.

Question number: 585

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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The effects of brain injury on personality would usually be investigated by the use of the

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survey method.

b.

field method.

c.

naturalistic observation method.

d.

case study method.

e.

experimental method.

Question number: 586

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Endocrine System

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________is the correct sequence of events in communicating a stimulus (such as stepping on a tack) to another neuron.

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Stimulus - electrical impulse - neurotransmitter - receptor site

b.

Receptor site - neurotransmitter - stimulus - electrical impulse

c.

Receptor site - stimulus - electrical impulse - neurotransmitter

d.

Receptor site - electrical impulse - stimulus - neurotransmitter

e.

Electrical impulse - receptor site - neurotransmitter - stimulus

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