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Question 1782

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What is meant by punishment?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Anything that comes to represent a primary reinforcer

b.

The reinforcement of a behavior every time it occurs

c.

Adding something unwanted when the subject is not doing the correct behavior and then stopping it when he or she displays the correct behavior

d.

An attempt to weaken a response by following it with something unpleasant

Question 1783

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In which part of the brain does the final step required to convert vibrations into sound sensations takes place?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Cochlea

b.

Middle ear

c.

Ossicles

d.

Auditory receptors

Question 1784

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In Thurstone՚s method of attitude scaling, the key factor is the use of:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Quantity

b.

Positive and negative items

c.

Judges

d.

Reinforcement

Question 1785

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Developmental psychology is the study of

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Choice (4)Response

a.

the stages of life and the important tasks of each.

b.

progressive changes in behavior and abilities from conception to death.

c.

behvaioral disorders in life.

d.

the language, personality, and emotions of children and adolescents.

Question 1786

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The text՚s illustration of the police officer՚s faulty “eyewitness” identification is an example of

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

the low degree of accuracy of human psi phenomena.

b.

the fact that perceptions are often reconstructions of events.

c.

perceptual closure operating in a real life situation.

d.

the high degree of accuracy of human psi phenomena.

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