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Question number: 1970

» Attitude » Theories of Attitude Change

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Individuals attempt to maintain consistency among the numerous attitudes he or she holds, is called ________.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Learning theories

b.

Consistency theories

c.

Cognitive response theories

d.

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Question number: 1971

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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Using an electrode, an experimenter produces flashes of colored light and simple visual experiences in a patient undergoing brain surgery. Most likely she has activated the

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a.

parietal lobe.

b.

occipital lobe.

c.

temporal lobe.

d.

frontal lobe.

Question number: 1972

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The ________ are the structures in the cell nucleus which encode the hereditary plan – which contain the overall strategy or information for guiding development.

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a.

Genes

b.

Ovum

c.

Chromosomes

d.

Sperm

Question number: 1973

» Psychological Tests & Individual Differences » Psychological Tests

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All of the following served as catalysts to the modern testing and assessment enterprise EXCEPT:

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the creation and use of the Binet test in France

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the second world war

c.

the first world war

d.

the rise to power of the Chan dynasty in China

Question number: 1974

» Memory » Basics of Memory

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Consolidation refers to the

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forming of a long-term memory.

b.

time taken for short-term memory to be complete.

c.

ability to see relationships between objects or events.

d.

process whereby memory storage is speeded by the use of electroconvulsive shock treatment.

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