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Question number: 968

» Personality » Measurement of Personality

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Personality inventories are:

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a.

Always scored on an empirical basis

b.

Subjectively scored

c.

Always scored on a priori basis

d.

Objectively scored

Question number: 969

» Mental Disorders » Substance Use Disorder

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Which of the following explains opiates?

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a.

Heroin is an example of an opiate.

b.

Opiates are not very addictive.

c.

Opiates will not produce withdrawal.

d.

Opiates are only psychologically addictive.

Question number: 970

» Therapeutic Approaches » Psychotherapy

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The obvious and visible aspects of a dream comprise its

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a.

unconscious core.

b.

conscious core.

c.

manifest content.

d.

latent content.

Question number: 971

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Which of the following time intervals between the CS and the UCS in classical conditioning produces the strongest conditioning?

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a.

delayed

b.

continuous

c.

trace

d.

simultaneous

Question number: 972

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Sensation

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The minimum amount of stimulation that an individual can detect through a given sense is known as the absolute ________.

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a.

psychophysics

b.

attention

c.

threshold

d.

perception

Question number: 973

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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An example of a superordinate goal is

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a.

making friends.

b.

protecting clean water supplies.

c.

not conserving water supplies.

d.

getting good grades.

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