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Question number: 648

» Learning » Social Learning Theory

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Albert’s Bandura’s social learning theory holds that:

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a.

Social learning takes place at an unconscious level

b.

Learning is best in group settings

c.

Learning can be achieved only in individual settings

d.

Mere exposure to an aggressive scene always later elicits aggressive behaviour

e.

Learning can be achieved by observing and modeling another person’s behaviour

Question number: 649

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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A developmental psychologist emphasizes mainly on:

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The conscious experiences of an infant

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The mental process that helps a young person adapt to his or her environment

c.

The identification of one’s environment and response to the environment

d.

Experiments that emphasize actual behavior, rather than controlled settings

e.

The manner in which a child develops the ability to speak, learn, and understand the world around

Question number: 650

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Endocrine System

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If an action potential starts at the beginning of an axon, it will continue at the same speed to the very end of the axon. What is this concept known as?

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Resting state

b.

Synapse

c.

Nerve impulse

d.

All-or-none law

e.

Sodium pump

Question number: 651

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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In general, helping behavior in emergency situations is discouraged by

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high costs associated with helping.

b.

smaller social distance between the helper and the victim.

c.

low costs associated with helping.

d.

fear of cognitive dissonance.

e.

the presence of a large number of persons.

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