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Question number: 1586

» Learning » Factors in Human Learning

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Harry Harlows’s aimed to get his monkeys figure out that in any set of six trials, the food was always under the same box. Initially the monkeys chose the boxes randomly, sometimes finding food and sometimes not. But later on their behavior changed. After two constant trials to find the correct box, they continually went back to the same box. Harlow concluded that the monkeys had “learned how to learn. ” What was established by monkeys according to Harlow?

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Learned maps

b.

Cognitive sets

c.

Reinforcers

d.

Cognitive maps

e.

Learning sets

Question number: 1587

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Nerve Impulse

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The soma is the part of the nerve cell that

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serves as a specialized receiving area for information.

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collects and combines incoming information.

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carries nerve impulses over large distances.

d.

forms branching connections at the end of each axon.

e.

has myelin sheath covering and forms branching connections.

Question number: 1588

» Personality » Trait Approach

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________ traits are personality traits that comprise a person’s unique individual qualities.

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Cardinal

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Central

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Individual

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Secondary

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Group

Question number: 1589

» Psychology of Social Integration » Social Integration

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With regard to the effects of TV on children, we can conclude that

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TV only increases aggressive behavior in children.

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TV has little effect on the behavior of children.

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the amount of TV viewing may be related to aggressive behavior later in life.

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TV only increases prosocial behavior in children.

e.

the amount of TV viewing is related to politeness in behavior.

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