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Question number: 2118

» Motivation » Sources and Causes of Motivation

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Evidence suggests that the responds to a lack of bodily “fuel” by sending nerve impulses to the brain, thus triggering the desire to eat.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Hypothalamus

b.

Lungs

c.

Pancreas

d.

Liver

Question number: 2119

» Intelligence » Theories of Intelligence

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A school curriculum built on Howard Gardner’s theory of intelligence would provide

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training in logic, rhetoric, philosophy and math to strengthen the general factor in intelligence.

b.

neuromuscular training because such skills underlie general intelligence.

c.

emphasis on creative, artistic abilities rather than the traditional emphasis on cognitive abilities.

d.

a diverse curriculum with education in skills not traditionally associated with IQ.

Question number: 2120

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Responses that are reinforced and tend to be repeated illustrate

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operant conditioning.

b.

generalization.

c.

discrimination.

d.

stimulus control.

Question number: 2121

» Memory » Basics of Memory

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Criticism of recovered memories has centered on the fact that

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a patient guided by an incompetent therapist might confuse dreams with memories.

b.

most victims of sexual abuse rarely remember having been molested.

c.

personally important or traumatic memories cannot be created through suggestion.

d.

it is reasonable to suspect hidden abuse when a person is depressed, has low self-esteem, or sexual problems.

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