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Question number: 809

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The main regions of brain are the:

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a.

Cerebral cortex, forebrain, hind brain and midbrain

b.

Forebrain, midbrain and anterior region

c.

Central hemisphere and left hemisphere

d.

Hind brain, forebrain, midbrain

e.

Right hemisphere and central hemisphere

Question number: 810

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Intersensory Perception

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Overdisclosure often results in

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a.

growing trust and intimacy.

b.

suspicion and reduced attraction.

c.

a tendency to respond in the same way.

d.

increased attraction.

e.

decreased attention.

Question number: 811

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Expected behavior patterns associated with particular social positions are called

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a.

mannerisms.

b.

prejudices.

c.

stereotypes.

d.

roles.

e.

culture.

Question number: 812

» Personality » Measurement of Personality

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One hallmark of projective tests is that they:

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a.

Require responses to ambiguous stimuli

b.

Measure only one trait

c.

Are multiphase

d.

Are system demarcated

e.

Are criterion referenced

Question number: 813

» Thinking and Reasoning » Characteristics of Thinking and Reasoning

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Drawing conclusions on the basis of formal principles of reasoning is termed

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illogical thought.

b.

deductive thought.

c.

creative thought.

d.

logical thought.

e.

inductive thought.

Question number: 814

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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An operant conditioning procedure that involves the positive reinforcement of successive approximations of an initially improbable behavior to eventually bring about that behavior is known as:

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a.

shaping

b.

secondary reinforcer

c.

discriminative stimulus

d.

punishment

e.

primary reinforcer

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