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Question number: 4683

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Which of the following best explains operant conditioning principles?

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a.

The consequences one receives are directly based on his or her behavior.

b.

Continuous reinforcement is the best way to reinforce positive behavior.

c.

The conditioned stimulus one responds to is called a conditioned response.

d.

Negative reinforcement and punishment both equally help to rid unwanted behavior.

e.

To decrease undesired behaviors one must use negative punishment.

Question number: 4684

» Statistics & Research Methods » Application of Statistics in Psychology

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A major problem with the survey method is

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a.

identifying the group to be questioned.

b.

obtaining a representative sample of subjects to be questioned.

c.

obtaining enough information in a short amount of time.

d.

that it cannot reveal very much about significant psychological events in the lives of the people tested.

e.

obtaining a fixed sample of subjects to be questioned.

Question number: 4685

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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Which theory holds that a relationship must be profitable to endure?

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a.

complementary need theory

b.

social exchange theory

c.

gain-loss theory

d.

social loafing theory

e.

social comparison theory

Question number: 4686

» Drugs & Its Induced Changes » Categories of Drugs

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Which of the following psychoactive drugs given below is not a depressant?

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Heroin

b.

Nembutal

c.

Alcohol

d.

Benzodiazepines

e.

Barbiturates

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