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Question number: 1318

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Telegraphic speech refers to

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a.

simple four-word sentences characteristic of early speech.

b.

the continuous outpouring of repeated language sounds.

c.

simple two-word sentences characteristic of early speech.

d.

the single-word stage of language learning.

e.

words that communicate only part of an idea.

Question number: 1319

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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What was unconditioned stimulus in John Watson’s “Little Albert” experiment?

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a.

The white rat

b.

Anything white and furry

c.

Fear

d.

The little boy

e.

The loud noise

Question number: 1320

» Mental Disorders » Personality Disorder

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True paranoids are rarely treated or admitted to hospitals because

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a.

they resist the attempts of others to offer help.

b.

their severe hallucinations make reasoning with them impossible.

c.

they are potentially harmful and dangerous to others.

d.

psychiatric hospitals are primarily for psychotics.

e.

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Question number: 1321

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nervous System

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Emotional responses to a traumatic event are most directly under the control of the

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autonomic nervous system.

b.

cerebral cortex.

c.

central nervous system.

d.

somatic nervous system.

e.

cerebrum.

Question number: 1322

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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A barefoot child steps on a bee, then jerks his or her foot back in response to the sting. This response has likely involved all parts of the nervous system EXCEPT

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motor neurons.

b.

the spinal cord.

c.

connector neurons or interneurons.

d.

spinal nerves.

e.

the brain.

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