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Question number: 2968

» Intelligence » Intelligence Tests

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Speed of processing has been measured by which of the following techniques?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

the brain activity that follows exposure to a stimulus

b.

how quickly a person can blink their eyes after being told to do so

c.

the number of mistakes a person makes

d.

the amount of time a person needs to clap their hands when instructed

Question number: 2969

» Introduction to Psychology » Applications and Utility of Psychology

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The eclectic approach

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a.

emphasizes structuralist principles.

b.

has disappeared entirely as a perspective in psychology.

c.

embraces a variety of theoretical views.

d.

stresses the Gestalt perspective.

Question number: 2970

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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A second part of the super ego is the ________.

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Conscience

b.

Psyche

c.

Ego ideal

d.

Ego

Question number: 2971

» Personality » Measurement of Personality

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Which is NOT a factor that would decrease the objectivity of a respondent’s self-report on an objective measure of personality?

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a lack of insight

b.

a matching-type format

c.

impression management

d.

random responding

Question number: 2972

» Research Aptitude » Scientific Reporting

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A descriptive report

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a.

integrates report data from other sources such as medical records.

b.

provides more information than a screening report.

c.

features brief, scale-by-scale narrative summaries.

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Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

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