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Question number: 790

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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A correlation coefficient of -1.09 indicates a (n)

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a.

cause/effect relationship.

b.

error in computation.

c.

strong positive correlation.

d.

no correlation.

Question number: 791

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The part of a chromosome that contains “instructions” that affect a particular process or personal characteristic is called a (n)

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soma.

b.

nucleic acid.

c.

RNA.

d.

gene.

Question number: 792

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nerve Impulse

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The fatty layer of tissue that gives many nerves a whitish color is called

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axons.

b.

myelin.

c.

neuropeptides.

d.

neurilemma.

Question number: 793

» Development of Human Behavior » Culture and Personality

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An individual becomes a member of social group through the process of:

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Maturation

b.

Group polarization

c.

Socialization

d.

Aging

Question number: 794

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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An inability to behave in ways that foster the well-being of the individual and ultimately of society defines

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emotional nonconformity.

b.

psychopathology.

c.

self-destructiveness.

d.

social nonconformity.

Question number: 795

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Selective Perception

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Sensory ________ is the process by which sensory receptors convert stimuli into neural impulses.

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transduction

b.

perception

c.

psychophysics

d.

receptors

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