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Question number: 1491

» Thinking and Reasoning » Characteristics of Thinking and Reasoning

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Thought that is intuitive, haphazard, or personal is termed

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a.

apparent thought.

b.

inductive thought.

c.

deductive thought.

d.

illogical thought.

Question number: 1492

» Therapeutic Approaches » Psychotherapy

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The first true psychotherapy was developed by ________ around the turn of the century to treat cases of ________.

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a.

Freud; hysteria

b.

Alder; neurosis

c.

Pinel; psychosis

d.

Eysenck; neurosis

Question number: 1493

» Personality » Determinants of Personality

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One problem psychologists have with personality types is they

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a.

oversimplify personality.

b.

highly complicated personality

c.

are hypothetical constructs.

d.

are not observable or measurable.

Question number: 1494

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Edward Thorndike’s principle that a behavior followed by a satisfying state of affairs is strengthened and a behavior followed by an annoying state of affairs is weakened became known as:

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instrumental conditioning

b.

law of effect

c.

observational learning

d.

operant conditioning

Question number: 1495

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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Retreat from reality by hallucinations and delusions and by social withdrawal typically characterizes

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a.

personality disorders.

b.

psychotic disorders.

c.

somatoform disorders.

d.

anxiety disorders.

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