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Question number: 490

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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The fortune teller who studies your palm carefully before announcing that “great fortune lies in your immediate future” is practicing ________ psychology.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

ethical

b.

pseudo

c.

applied

d.

forensic

Question number: 491

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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A researcher interested in the way in which our sense of smell works would likely be associated with which of the following areas of specialization?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

cognitive psychology

b.

sensation and perception

c.

attitude

d.

motivation and learning

Question number: 492

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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You offer to trade your nickel for a dime held by a child. The child accepts the trade because the nickel is “bigger. ” The child is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

in the post operational stage.

b.

in the preoperational stage.

c.

obviously past the “age of reason. ”

d.

in the neonatal stage of the growth sequence.

Question number: 493

» Development of Human Behavior » Culture and Personality

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Child-rearing methods in Pakistan:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Differ from one social class to another

b.

Is same all over the world

c.

Are now pretty much the same from one social class to the next

d.

Have changed very little over the past fifty years

Question number: 494

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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In an early experiment by Cannon and Washburn, Washburn swallowed a balloon so that they could measure hunger. Their conclusion was that

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Choice (4)Response

a.

the balloon recorded only thirst levels.

b.

the balloon recorded hunger pangs or contractions.

c.

the balloon prevented hunger by filling up the stomach.

d.

the balloon stopped digestion, and so nothing could be said of normal hunger.

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