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Question 6457

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Julian computed the Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient for a set of data and found that . Without knowing more about the study, we can say that________.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Julian has confirmed the hypothesis.

b.

One measures reliability and predicts the other measure.

c.

Julian made an error in his calculation.

d.

There is a low negative relationship between the two measures.

Question 6458

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MCQ▾

Carl Jung՚s most widely accepted ideas have to do with the concept (s) of:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Judging and perceiving.

b.

The need to balance our technologically sophisticated Western culture with the study of mythology and poetry.

c.

Introversion and extroversion.

d.

Universal archetypes.

Question 6459

Hunger, Thirst, Sleep and Sex (New 2019)

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MCQ▾

Intimacy is brought about and maintained through:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Self-sacrifice.

b.

Self-disclosure.

c.

Self-acceptance.

d.

Self-denial.

Question 6460

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MCQ▾

Sarah goes into her final exams feeling like she doesn՚t know anything, that she is dumb, and that she is going to fail every exam. She will probably have a more intense reaction to stress than other people because:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

She is obviously suffering from clinical depression.

b.

She feels she lacks the ability to cope with the demands of finals.

c.

She is trying to work off frustrated desires or unacceptable impulses in substitute activities that are constructive or accepted by society.

d.

In general she has more stress in her life.

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