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Question number: 1227

» Personality » Humanistic Approach

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The position that personality is composed of learned patterns is held by

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

psychoanalytic theorists.

b.

psychosocial

c.

humanists.

d.

neo-Freudians.

e.

behaviorists or behavioral personality theorists.

Question number: 1228

» Thinking and Reasoning » Characteristics of Thinking and Reasoning

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You are daydreaming in the middle of a lecture. Are you actually thinking?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Cannot be determined.

b.

Yes.

c.

Yes, you are thinking and daydreaming is an example of cognition.

d.

No, but daydreaming is an example of cognition.

e.

No.

Question number: 1229

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Theories of Perception

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Some of the fibers from each eye cross over to the opposite brain hemisphere at the:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Retina

b.

Optic Chiasm

c.

Fovea

d.

Blind Spot

e.

Optic Nerve

Question number: 1230

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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The researcher most-associated with functionalism is

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a.

Charles Darwin.

b.

B. F. Skinner.

c.

William James.

d.

Wilhelm Wundt.

e.

E. B. Titchener.

Question number: 1231

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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Research evidence has shown that the presence of a weapon

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a.

increases the accuracy of the account.

b.

reduces the ambiguity of the interpretation of the situation.

c.

allows an eyewitness to remember the event longer.

d.

impairs an eyewitness’s accuracy of a description of a suspect.

e.

increases an eyewitness’s accuracy of a description of a suspect.

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