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Question number: 3560

» Personality » Traits of Personality

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The nomothetic approach to assessment is characterized by efforts to learn

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how each individual differs from the next in terms of personality traits.

b.

how the presumed strength of a trait may vary within the same individual.

c.

how a limited number of traits apply to all people.

d.

how a large number of traits can be applied to relatively few people.

Question number: 3561

» Intelligence » Intelligence Tests

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Wechsler believed that optimal performance on mental ability tests occurred between the ages of

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35 to 49.

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18 to 21.

c.

20 to 34.

d.

6 to 19.

Question number: 3562

» Thinking and Reasoning » Characteristics of Thinking and Reasoning

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Thinking itself cannot be directly observed. The process of thinking, therefore, must be inferred from your ________.

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Personality

b.

Action

c.

Behavior

d.

Feelings

Question number: 3563

» Methods of Psychology » Observation

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With regard to behavioral observation,

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it may be categorized by how direct it is.

b.

it may be accomplished by means of analogue studies.

c.

it may take many different forms.

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All a. , b. and c. are correct

Question number: 3564

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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Brain centers for most vital functions are

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localized in the left cerebral hemisphere.

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localized deep within the brain in the upper brainstem.

c.

localized in the right cerebral hemisphere.

d.

distributed randomly throughout the cerebral cortex.

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