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Question number: 1599

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Erikson’s intimacy versus isolation stage of socio-emotional development occurs during which period of life?

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a.

childhood

b.

late adulthood

c.

middle adulthood

d.

early adulthood

e.

adolescence

Question number: 1600

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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The ________ begins with puberty and ends with a mature capacity for love and the realization of full adult sexuality.

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a.

Oedipal and Electra conflicts

b.

latency period

c.

genital stage

d.

oral stage

e.

phallic stage

Question number: 1601

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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A field experiment is one that

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a.

differs little from naturalistic observation.

b.

requires no measurement of dependent variables.

c.

tests a field or “range” of independent variables.

d.

uses the “real world” as a laboratory.

e.

requires definite measurement of dependent variables.

Question number: 1602

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Fetal alcohol syndrome is characterized by

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a.

increased birth weight.

b.

miscarriage, premature birth, and bodily defects.

c.

addiction to alcohol in the newborn.

d.

genetic defects.

e.

decreased height.

Question number: 1603

» Motivation » Motivational Process

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The inverted-U function describes the relationship between

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a.

sex drive and satisfiers.

b.

sex drive and performance.

c.

arousal and performance.

d.

deprivation and sex drive.

e.

stimulation and curiosity.

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