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Question number: 1200

» Psychology of Social Integration » Social Integration

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Which of the following was a significant factor in determining the degree of obedience in Milgram’s series of experiments?

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a.

whether the experimenter was male or female

b.

the tone of voice used by the experimenter

c.

the setting in which the experiment was conducted

d.

the setting in which the experiment has probability to be conducted

Question number: 1201

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nervous System

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The division of the peripheral nervous system that controls automatic, involuntary physiological processes is known as the:

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central nervous system

b.

sympathetic nervous system

c.

autonomic nervous system

d.

peripheral nervous system

Question number: 1202

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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The conditions that a researcher wishes to prevent from affecting the experiment are called

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intervening variables.

b.

extraneous variables.

c.

constants.

d.

independent variables.

Question number: 1203

» Therapeutic Approaches » Cognitive Therapy

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Cognitive therapists are interested in

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only visible behaviors.

b.

what people think, believe, and feel.

c.

only maladaptive actions.

d.

unconscious thoughts of sex and aggression.

Question number: 1204

» Mental Disorders » Schizophrenia

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The term schizophrenia can be interpreted to mean

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that a person is insane.

b.

a split between thought and emotion.

c.

having more than one personality.

d.

the same thing as a dissociative reaction.

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