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Question number: 1355

» Language » Rules of Grammar & Syntax

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Chomsky proposed that children learn a language:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Language and thought are separate and independent processes

b.

Because they possess an innate language acquisition device

c.

One’s thought determines the nature of one’s language

d.

Language and thought interact, each influencing the other

Question number: 1356

» Personality » Theories of Personality

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Many of the Neo-Freudians have modified Freud’s original theory of personality to give more emphasis to:

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a.

Difference between sexes

b.

Social and cultural factors

c.

Child sexuality

d.

Unconscious forces

Question number: 1357

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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What is Premack principle in operant conditioning?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Primary reinforcers are used to reinforce desirable behavior.

b.

Acquiring a desired behavior from an individual can be effectively used as a reinforcer for another, less desirable activity.

c.

Punishment is effective when paired with an aversive stimulus.

d.

Punishment is ineffective.

Question number: 1358

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Medical Techniques

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What is the difference between magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)?

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a.

MRI and fMRI does allow researchers to examine brain in action.

b.

MRI examines glucose levels, while fMRI examines hydrogen atoms.

c.

MRI examines oxygenated blood, while fMRI examines hydrogen atoms.

d.

MRI does not allow researchers to examine the brain in action, while fMRI does.

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