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Question number: 736

» Statistics & Research Methods » Application of Statistics in Psychology

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Joseph runs an experiment testing the effects of sugar consumption on aggression levels in children and randomly assigns 20 subjects either to a control group given sugar-free sweets or to the experimental group that was given the same sweets that did contain sugar. He then tests the subjects’ response to several different puzzles, each with increasing difficulty and hypothesizes that sugar levels play a major role in aggression in children. In order to know whether his hypothesis has been supported, Joseph will need to use:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Experimental research

b.

Means-to-end statistics

c.

Inferential statistics

d.

Descriptive statistics

e.

Scatter plots

Question number: 737

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Social traps can be dismantled by changing

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a.

the tendency towards social loafing.

b.

compliance and assertiveness.

c.

the tendency toward groupthink.

d.

supply and demand.

e.

rewards and costs.

Question number: 738

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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With the onset of puberty, the rate of growth of:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Intellectual growth

b.

All bodily organs slow down

c.

Intellectual development slows down

d.

Physical growth and intellectual growth

e.

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Question number: 739

» Mental Disorders » Schizophrenia

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A simple schizophrenia is characterized by:

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a.

Loss of ambition

b.

Persistent Hallucinations

c.

Persistent Delusions

d.

An insidious loss of drive

e.

All of the above

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