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Question number: 2786

» Learning » Generalization

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A child is conditioned to fear a furry, black cat. Soon she becomes fearful of any black, furry object. Her new response demonstrates

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a.

spontaneous recovery.

b.

stimulus generalization.

c.

operant conditioning.

d.

negative transfer.

Question number: 2787

» Memory » Memory Process

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The process through which information coming from senses is “transformed, reduced, elaborated, recovered, and used”, is ________.

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Cognition

b.

Recognition

c.

Recall

d.

Memory

Question number: 2788

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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By the statistical analysis of characteristics transmitted from one generation to the next – an approach referred to as ________.

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a.

Population genetics and transmission genetics both

b.

Transmission genetics

c.

Biochemical genetics

d.

Population genetics

Question number: 2789

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Read the following statements and give an appropriate answer

(1) DNA contains a code made up of dominant and recessive chromosomes.

(2) “Slow-to-warn-up” children can be described as restrained, unexpressive, or shy.

(3) After age 2, infants tested in a looking chamber show a marked preference for familiar faces and simples designs.

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All the above statements are true

b.

First and Third statements are true, but second statement is false

c.

All the above statements are false

d.

First and Third statements are false, but second statement is true

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