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Question number: 359

» Memory » Memory Process

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When you are totally involved in something and a friend asks you a question. You stop and say, “What did you speak? ” As soon as you say this, you realize you can recall your friend’s exact words. Why do you play back these words?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Iconic memory

b.

Semantic memory

c.

Sensory memory

d.

Short-term memory

e.

Echoic memory

Question number: 360

» Therapeutic Approaches » Psychotherapy

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Which of the following is the MOST likely outcome for psychotherapy?

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a.

despite learning skills coping stress is not possible

b.

a complete personal transformation

c.

learning skills to better cope with stress

d.

a renewal of intellectual and creative abilities

e.

overcoming the effects of early psychologically damaging experiences

Question number: 361

» Mental Disorders » Schizophrenia

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A conversion disorder is characterized by:

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a.

Frequently vague complaints of psychological symptoms

b.

Frequently vague complaints of physical symptoms

c.

A constant fear of becoming seriously ill

d.

Functional impairment of a limb or sensory ability with no apparent physical cause

e.

All of the above

Question number: 362

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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When we say a child’s thinking is less abstract than an adult’s, we mean that

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a.

children use fewer generalizations, categories, and principles.

b.

children use more principles, but require fewer generalizations.

c.

adults use fewer generalizations, categories, and principles.

d.

children use more examples and generalizations.

e.

adults base their understanding of the world more on particular examples and tangible sensations.

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