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Question number: 4692

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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The use of rewards, punishments, and positive reinforcement is part of which branch of psychology?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Behavioral

b.

Cognitive

c.

Psychoanalytic

d.

Personality

e.

Social

Question number: 4693

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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An industrial psychologist interested in human factors would most likely participate in

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a.

the collection of bio data.

b.

vocational interest testing.

c.

an assessment center evaluation.

d.

machine design.

e.

human design.

Question number: 4694

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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What is the main difference between operant conditioning and classical conditioning?

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a.

Operant conditioning takes place as a result of some voluntary action, while classical conditioning takes place without choice.

b.

Operant conditioning takes place before the response, while classical conditioning takes place after the response.

c.

Operant conditioning is learned by association, while classical conditioning is learned by reinforcement.

d.

Classical conditioning is part of social cognitive learning, while operant conditioning is not.

e.

Classical conditioning has a stimulus but no response, while operant conditioning has both a stimulus and a response.

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» Therapeutic Approaches » Group Therapy

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Regarding rational-emotive therapy, it can be said that

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a.

having irrational beliefs is related to feelings of unhappiness.

b.

most irrational beliefs occur at the unconscious level and can’t be stopped.

c.

critics suggest that it is really a type of psychoanalysis.

d.

having rational beliefs is related to feelings of unhappiness.

e.

surrendering one’s irrational beliefs is best achieved by operant shaping.

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