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Question number: 777

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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It’s in this Piagetian stage that the child’s understanding of concepts is based largely on what is seen and animistic thinking is in evidence. It is the

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preoperation period.

b.

operations period.

c.

concrete operations period.

d.

sensorimotor period.

Question number: 778

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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The research by Hans Selye produced a stage theory of stress known as the ________, which includes alarm reaction, stage of resistance, and the stage of.

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fight-or-flight response

b.

multiphasic activity

c.

posttraumatic stress disorder

d.

general adaptation syndrome

Question number: 779

» Psychology of Social Integration » Social Integration

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The ________ hypothesis states that frustration tends to lead to aggression.

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cognitive dissonance

b.

frustration-aggression

c.

social learning

d.

social loafing

Question number: 780

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The glands of the endocrine system exert their functions through chemicals called:

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axons.

b.

hormones

c.

action potentials

d.

neurons

Question number: 781

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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The Hawthorne effect is best explained as:

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Specific, testable predictions derived from a theory

b.

The change in the results of an experiment when it is “blind” versus “double blind”

c.

The idea that people will alter their behavior because of the researchers’ attention and not because of actual treatment

d.

Expectations by the experimenter that can influence the results of an experiment

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