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Question number: 3134

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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Discharging pent-up feelings, usually of hostility, on object less dangerous than those which initially aroused the emotions, is ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Sublimation

b.

Compensation

c.

Displacement

d.

Sympathism

Question number: 3135

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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For the connection between the CS and the CR to be strengthened, the CS must

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be identical to the US.

b.

be followed by the UR.

c.

generalize to the UR.

d.

precede the US.

Question number: 3136

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

» Introduction to Psychology » Schools of Psychology

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Freud believed that all thoughts and actions are determined by

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needs for love and self-esteem.

b.

the first year of life.

c.

the drive for self-actualization.

d.

forces in the personality that are often unconscious.

Question number: 3137

» Creativity » Creative Process

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Conventions about uses (functional fixedness), meanings, possibilities, taboos are ________.

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Cultural barrier to creative thinking

b.

Learned barrier to creating thinking

c.

Emotional barrier to creative thinking

d.

Perceptual barrier to creative thinking

Question number: 3138

» Statistics & Research Methods » Basic Descriptive Statistics

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Graphical statistics, measures of central tendency, and measures of variability, are ________.

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Descriptive statistics

b.

Inferential statistics

c.

All of the above

d.

None of the above

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