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Question number: 1044

» Development of Human Behavior » Measurement of Human Behavior

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The frustration-aggression hypothesis is given by

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a.

Gestalt

b.

Kohler

c.

Miller

d.

John Dollard

Question number: 1045

» Sleep » Pattern of Sleep

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Which sleep stage is a transition from wakefulness to sleep and lasts 1–7 minutes?

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a.

Stage 2 sleep

b.

Stage 4 sleep

c.

Stage 1 sleep

d.

Stage 3 sleep

Question number: 1046

» Sleep » Pattern of Sleep

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Of the 17 hours per day sleep of an infant, how many hours are spent in REM?

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a.

30 percent

b.

70 percent

c.

20 percent

d.

50 percent

Question number: 1047

» Motivation » Motivational Process

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Secondary motives are

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a.

innate and required for survival.

b.

not innate but necessary for survival.

c.

needs that are learned, such as the needs for power or for achievement.

d.

innate but not necessary for survival.

Question number: 1048

» Motivation » Motivational Process

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Intrinsic motivation occurs when

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extrinsic motivation is also high.

b.

obligations or approval are factors.

c.

there is no obvious external reward for one’s behavior.

d.

there is continuous extrinsic motivation.

Question number: 1049

» Mental Disorders » Personality Disorder

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The most frequently cited characteristic among children with ADHD is:

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a.

Hypoactivity

b.

Perceptual-motor impairment

c.

Hyperactivity

d.

Disorder of speech and learning

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