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Question number: 682

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Which of the following is a testament to the power of roles?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Kohlberg’s developmental stages

b.

Milgram’s message experiment

c.

Zimbardo’s prison experiment

d.

Cialdini’s door-in-the-face effect

e.

Zilstein’s shock research

Question number: 683

» Therapeutic Approaches » Behavioral Therapy

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In an institution for delinquent adolescents, a behavioral system has been implemented in which the adolescents earn points for target behaviors like getting up on time, making beds, attending class, etc. They are allowed to exchange their earned points for privileges, activities, etc. This system is called ________ and is based on ________.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

time out; extinction.

b.

a token economy; punishment.

c.

primary reinforcement; non-reward

d.

a token economy; reinforcement.

e.

systematic desensitization; gradual exposure.

Question number: 684

» Language » Rules of Grammar & Syntax

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“Anti” is an example of

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a.

a morpheme.

b.

syntax.

c.

a phoneme.

d.

surface structure.

e.

semantics.

Question number: 685

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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Which of the following is considered a disadvantage of naturalistic observation?

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a.

It deals with behavior not tampered with by outside influences.

b.

It does not identify the cause of observed behavior.

c.

It identifies cause of naturalistic observation.

d.

It provides an overabundance of information.

e.

It limits biased observations through careful record keeping.

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