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Question number: 729

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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If a researcher is interested in the population of college students at a large state university, which of the following would provide him or her with a random sample?

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a.

randomly selecting students from a listing of every student in the university

b.

randomly selecting students from the incoming class

c.

randomly approaching students in the student union

d.

randomly selecting three classrooms and including all the students in those classrooms in the sample

Question number: 730

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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Which of the following approaches is most closely related to positive psychology?

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a.

the behavioral approach

b.

the humanistic approach

c.

the learning approach

d.

the cognitive approach

Question number: 731

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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Delaying action until it is appropriate describes the ego’s use of the

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a.

reality principle.

b.

pleasure principle.

c.

ideal principle

d.

morality principle.

Question number: 732

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Mathew, a psychology major, collected survey data about the number of hours that college students study for finals and their grades on those finals. His data indicates that students who spend more time studying for finals tend to do better than other students. What can Mathew now conclude?

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a.

A relationship exists between studying and exam grades.

b.

Students with higher IQs tend to study more than those with lower IQs.

c.

Studying improves a student’s grade on a final exam.

d.

Students who do not study for final exams will not do well on those exams.

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