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Question number: 1228

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, individuals:

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a.

Must satisfy self-esteem needs before achieving belongingness and love needs

b.

Always end their lives self-actualized

c.

The ultimate stage in hierarchy is self-actualization

d.

May bypass a level in their quest for self-actualization

Question number: 1229

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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An ongoing pattern of life including such things as language, customs and sex roles is called

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acts.

b.

norms.

c.

conformity.

d.

culture.

Question number: 1230

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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Which approach would explain depression in terms of disordered thinking?

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a.

the sociocultural approach

b.

the behavioral approach

c.

the evolutionary approach

d.

the cognitive approach

Question number: 1231

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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The organizational principle demonstrated by the stimuli below is known as

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Choice (4)Response

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closure.

b.

nearness.

c.

figure-ground.

d.

similarity.

Question number: 1232

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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A cheetah scrambling up a rocky slope in Montana is likely to be perceived as a mountain lion because

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a.

figure and ground are obvious.

b.

contiguity is a powerful influence on perception.

c.

perception is guided by expectations.

d.

figure and ground have been confused.

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