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Question number: 89

» Therapeutic Approaches » Hypnosis

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What must hypnotist do, in order for a person to be hypnotized?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Suggest that the subject enter a trance

b.

Tell the subject to count from ten to one

c.

Tell the subject to relax and feel no stress

d.

Tell the subject what he or she will be doing while under hypnosis

e.

Suggest what the subject will experience during hypnosis

Question number: 90

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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In a weight-reduction experiment, an overweight individual was given what the researcher called a new type of diet pill that would help curb the desire to eat. In fact, the pill really contained powdered milk, but ever since the individual started taking the diet pill, he has reported that his desire to eat has decreased. This illustrates the

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Choice (5) Response

a.

effect of extraneous variables.

b.

naturalistic observation.

c.

placebo effect.

d.

curvilinear relationship.

e.

natural experiment.

Question number: 91

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nervous System

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When you are in danger, which part of the nervous system is responsible for your heart rate increasing?

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a.

the sympathetic nervous system

b.

the parasympathetic nervous system

c.

the central nervous system

d.

the somatic nervous system

e.

the peripheral nervous system

Question number: 92

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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The ________ contains material of which you may be unaware but that can easily be brought to awareness.

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a.

conscious

b.

post conscious

c.

Preconscious

d.

subconscious

e.

unconscious

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