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Question number: 1156

» Motivation » Motivational Process

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Term n-ach was introduced by:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Mc Cleland

b.

Jung

c.

Skinner

d.

Kohler

e.

Maslow

Question number: 1157

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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Decreased perceptual response to a repeated stimulus is called

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a.

hallucination.

b.

selective attention.

c.

habituation.

d.

sensation.

e.

divided attention.

Question number: 1158

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Oversimplified concepts of groups of people are referred to as

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a.

social loafing.

b.

relational stereotypes.

c.

disjunctive stereotypes.

d.

social stereotypes.

e.

group thinking.

Question number: 1159

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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The most basic perceptual organization is

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a.

shape constancy.

b.

depth perception.

c.

size constancy.

d.

figure-ground.

e.

motion constancy.

Question number: 1160

» Personality » Measurement of Personality

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Which of these projective tests uses the perception of inkblots to assess respondents’ personality types?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Rorschach Test

b.

Thematic Apperception Test

c.

Naturalistic Observation

d.

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

e.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test

Question number: 1161

» Mental Disorders » Anxiety

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The distinction between obsessions and compulsions is the distinction between

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a.

thoughts that are evidence of neurosis or those that are evidence of psychosis.

b.

having positive and continuous thoughts about an object.

c.

having positive and negative feelings toward an object or event.

d.

having repetitious thoughts or engaging in repetitious actions.

e.

engaging in behaviors that are merely inconvenient and those that are severely disruptive.

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