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Question number: 2703

» Introduction to Psychology » Major Psychological Terms

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The law of effect states that:

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a.

Response generalize across similar surroundings.

b.

effect is strong if the effect is long lasting.

c.

close temporal contiguity is the key characteristic in forming an association between stimulus and response.

d.

A response will be strengthened if the organism is rewarded for that response

Question number: 2704

» Psychological Tests & Individual Differences » Psychological Tests

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In their meta-analytic comparison of clinical judgment to mechanical prediction, Grove and colleagues concluded that

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the two approaches were about the same.

b.

clinical judgment won out.

c.

no conclusive judgment was possible.

d.

mechanical prediction won out.

Question number: 2705

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Who suggested that neonates are even capable of imitation?

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a.

Meltzoff & Moore (1977)

b.

Thomas & Chess (1980)

c.

Abravanel & Sigafoos (1984)

d.

Hayes & Watson (1981)

Question number: 2706

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs » Ear

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Alternations in air pressure moving in all directions from source are called ________.

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Waves

b.

Water waves

c.

Pressure waves

d.

Sound waves

Question number: 2707

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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There are atleast ________ genes in every human cell.

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10,000

b.

20,000

c.

100,000

d.

500,000

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