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Question number: 638

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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A “guess” about what a sensation represents that is held until more information is available is referred to as a

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Choice (4)Response

a.

sensory hypothesis.

b.

perceptual hypothesis.

c.

perceptual closure.

d.

cognitive style.

Question number: 639

» Forgetting » Strength of Memory

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The assessment of memory by comparing the time or number of trials needed to memorize a given amount of information and the time or number of trials needed to memorize it again at a later time refers to:

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a.

semantic memory

b.

episodic memory

c.

serial-position effect

d.

method of savings

Question number: 640

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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In a study of effects of alcohol on driving ability, the control group should be given

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a.

one-half the dosage given the experimental group.

b.

a little of alcohol.

c.

a high dosage of alcohol.

d.

no alcohol at all.

Question number: 641

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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A correlation of +. 20 indicates

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a.

a weak positive correlation.

b.

a strong negative correlation.

c.

a weak negative correlation.

d.

a strong positive correlation.

Question number: 642

» Mental Disorders » Mood Disorder

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An affective disorder in which a person swings from one mood extreme to another is classified as:

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Bipolar

b.

Depressive

c.

Manic

d.

Unipolar

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