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Question number: 1523

» Personality » Determinants of Personality

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The popularity of politicians who are physically attractive may be a consequence of the

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Choice (4)Response

a.

polygamy effect

b.

androgyny effect.

c.

halo effect.

d.

Hawthorne effect.

Question number: 1524

» Therapeutic Approaches » Behavioral Therapy

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In aversion therapy a person ________ to associate a strong aversion with an undesirable habit.

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a.

knows

b.

wants

c.

learns

d.

acts

Question number: 1525

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Sensation

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Taste 1 gram of table salt in 400 liters of water; then smell 1 drop of perfume diffused throughout a three-room apartment; finally touch the wing of a bee falling on your cheek from a height of 2 centimeter away. What do these examples depict?

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a.

The just-noticeable difference of our senses

b.

The absolute threshold of our senses

c.

The difference threshold for our senses

d.

The adaptation of our senses

Question number: 1526

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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Statistical significance refers to

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the mean.

b.

the measure of dispersion.

c.

the measure of deviation.

d.

the probability that a research finding happened by chance.

Question number: 1527

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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Which of the following statements explains gate control theory of pain?

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a.

Pain impulses are sent to receptor sites in vital organs.

b.

Stimuli of various kinds activate free nerve endings.

c.

Perception of pain depends on one’s physical makeup.

d.

Non-painful nerve impulses compete with pain impulses to reach the brain, creating a neural blockage.

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