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Question 1362

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Freud believed that adult problems usually:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Can be traced back to critical stage during childhood

b.

Are the result of poor behavior

c.

Result in bad dreams

d.

result in day dreaming

Question 1363

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MCQ▾

The type of learning associated with Skinner is:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Observation Learning

b.

Classical Conditioning

c.

Operant Conditioning

d.

Social Learning

Question 1364

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The study of changes in behavior from conception to death encompasses

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

clinical psychology.

b.

social psychology.

c.

developmental psychology.

d.

thanatology.

Question 1365

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MCQ▾

In essence the defense mechanisms are:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Run away

b.

Escape reactions

c.

Defense against anxiety

d.

Ways of convincing others of one՚s rightness

Question 1366

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MCQ▾

The results of carefully controlled observations of Clever Hans and his ability to solve math problems showed

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

none of these could be determined by observation.

b.

he could do mental ability problems.

c.

he was cued by the owner looking up or down.

d.

he could add, but he could not subtract.

Question 1367

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MCQ▾

According to Freud, most of the things, we do, think and feel are caused by:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Unconscious forces of which we are not aware

b.

Conscious forces of which we are not aware

c.

The beliefs and ideas we have about the world

d.

A strong desire to grow and develop

Developed by: