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Question number: 1252

» Motivation » Motivation and Motivational Cycle

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The question, “Is your address (person’s address)? ” asked during the administration of a lie detector test, is a (n) ________ question.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

relevant

b.

irrelevant

c.

control

d.

experimental

e.

critical

Question number: 1253

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Schedules of reinforcement maintain your behavior. Which of the following schedules of reinforcement can be explained by this example: Calling a friend and getting a busy signal because the friend is frequently on the phone?

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a.

Fixed ratio

b.

Variable interval

c.

Fixed variable

d.

Fixed interval

e.

Variable ratio

Question number: 1254

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Thorndike’s law of effect neglects the inner drives or motives that make learners pursue the “satisfying state, ” allowing learners to reach their goals. Who agreed with this statement?

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a.

Kohler

b.

Watson

c.

Skinner

d.

Tolman

e.

Pavlov

Question number: 1255

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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The story of Clever Hans, the mathematical horse, illustrates the use of controlled observation to test a series of

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a.

hypotheses.

b.

learning strategies.

c.

axioms.

d.

theories.

e.

fallacies.

Question number: 1256

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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Your brain knows that you have stubbed your toe because

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a.

efferent nerves transfer that information to the brain.

b.

glial cells transfer that information to the brain.

c.

afferent nerves transfer that information to the brain.

d.

dopamine transfers that information to the brain.

e.

myelin sheaths transfer that information to the brain.

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