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Question number: 1319

» Motivation » Motivational Process

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Unlike other drives, pain is characterized by

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a.

avoidance rather than positive goal-seeking.

b.

freedom from the influence of learning.

c.

cyclical occurrences.

d.

acyclic occurrences.

Question number: 1320

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Studies of visual perception indicate that

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a.

infants don’t prefer faces to colored ovals.

b.

babies make little use of the visual sense before age 6 months.

c.

infants prefer faces to colored ovals.

d.

infants prefer unfamiliar faces to familiar faces.

Question number: 1321

» Learning » Social Learning Theory

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According to Bandura, one is socialized by:

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a.

Observation

b.

Sex

c.

Food

d.

Punishment

Question number: 1322

» Intelligence » Measurement of Intelligence

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A key difference between Cattell-Horn model of cognitive abilities and the Carroll model has to do with

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the abilities conceived of as fluid or crystallized.

b.

the speed with which various processes occur.

c.

how s or specific intelligence is conceptualized.

d.

how g or general intelligence is conceptualized.

Question number: 1323

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs

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We are able to determine from where a sound is coming because of

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a.

the number of times a neuron fires.

b.

hair cells within the basilar membrane.

c.

timing and intensity.

d.

source of sound.

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