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Question number: 3982

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs » Eye

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Conceiving members of the deaf population as a distinct cultural minority rather than as people who have the same handicap

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Choice (4) Response

a.

has been vigorously opposed by the ACLU and other organizations.

b.

has been vigorously advocated by QUIDs from all segments of society.

c.

can be useful in understanding how the deaf share a common culture.

d.

None of the above

Question number: 3983

» Attitude » Approaches to Study Attitude

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An approach known as the ________ demonstrates that actions are closely connected to attitudes.

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a.

Misdirected technique

b.

Directed techniques

c.

Directed letter technique

d.

Misdirected letter technique

Question number: 3984

» Creativity » Nature of Creativity

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________ in creative thinking is defined as the total number of suggestions you are able to make.

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Flexibility

b.

Fluency

c.

Originality

d.

Divergent thinking

Question number: 3985

» Learning » Reinforcement

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The fact that responses become more resistant to extinction, after partial reinforcement, is called

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the stimulus generalization effect.

b.

the Skinner effect.

c.

the partial reinforcement effect.

d.

the resistance effect.

Question number: 3986

» Thinking and Reasoning » Types of Thinking and Reasoning

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Intuitive, associative or personal thinking is ________.

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a.

Illogical thinking

b.

Logical thinking

c.

Deductive thinking

d.

Inductive thinking

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