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Question number: 3274

» Personality » Trait Approach

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A ________ trait is so basic that all of a person’s activities can be traced to the trait’s existence.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Central

b.

Secondary

c.

Individual

d.

Cardinal

Question number: 3275

» Psychological Tests & Individual Differences » Psychological Tests

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The term “norming” refers to the process of

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a.

interpreting and re-interpreting norms.

b.

deriving or generating norms.

c.

putting a carpenter’s personal signature on a work product.

d.

distributing norms to members of target populations.

Question number: 3276

» Memory » Basics of Memory

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Sensory input from the environment that informs us about something that is happening there, is called ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Cognition

b.

Recognition

c.

Information

d.

Encoding

Question number: 3277

» Psychological Tests & Individual Differences » Psychological Tests

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In the context of norming a test, a sample of the population refers to

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people deemed to be representative of the whole population.

b.

people deemed to be atypical of the whole population.

c.

a mixture of people who are both representative and atypical.

d.

a randomly selected group of people who share a characteristic.

Question number: 3278

» Attitude » Theories of Attitude Change

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________ explains that after publicly committing themselves to their believes, they had a strong need to maintain their stand.

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a.

Learning theory

b.

Balance theory

c.

Cognitive dissonance theory

d.

None of the above

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