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Question number: 747

» Therapeutic Approaches » Rehabilitation

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Virtual reality exposure refers to

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a.

a sexual disorder involving flashing in order to shock and get attention

b.

another form of role playing

c.

presentation of feared stimuli in a two-dimensional world

d.

presentation of feared stimuli in a three-dimensional, computer generated world

Question number: 748

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Intersensory Perception

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The study of unspoken rules for the use of interpersonal space is called

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psychoecology.

b.

parapsychology.

c.

proxemics.

d.

kinesics.

Question number: 749

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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A correlational study is one that determines

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the relationship between two events.

b.

the effects of the observer on the observed.

c.

the relationship between the independent and the dependent variable.

d.

understanding predictor variable.

Question number: 750

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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________ theory maximized and ________ theory minimized the role of the unconscious.

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Psychoanalytic; behaviorist

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Type; Psychoanalytic

c.

Trait; behaviorist

d.

Trait; humanistic

Question number: 751

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Classification of Perception

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Gestaltists refer to the fact that we perceive smooth flowing forms more readily than discrete forms as:

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Symmetry

b.

Similarity

c.

Continuity

d.

Holistic perception

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