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Question 115

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A married couple disagrees about why the husband rarely cleans up the house. He says that he forgets. She says that he intentionally leaves the work for her. Their disagreement over the cause of his behavior is an example of

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

actor-observer attributional divergence

b.

base-rate fallacy

c.

reciprocal interaction

d.

fundamental attribution error

Question 116

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In research social learning theory, Bandura conducted the famous Bobo doll experiment. Based on this experiment, what did Bandura conclude was important to social learning in children?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Concept learning

b.

Primary reinforcement

c.

Shaping

d.

Observational learning

Question 117

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Adopting a scientific writing style means ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Writing in a highly structured style.

b.

Remaining objective.

AND

Writing to convey information, not entertain the reader.

c.

Documenting “facts” conveyed in the paper.

d.

All b., a. and c. are correct

Question 118

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Researchers have determined that bipolar disorder is more heritable than a major depressive disorder. They found that the more closely related family members are to someone with bipolar disorder, the more likely they are to have bipolar disorder themselves. The correlation is not as strong with major depressive disorders. These types of researchers are referred to as

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

physicians

b.

evolutionary psychologists.

c.

behavior geneticists.

d.

psychiatrists.

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