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Question number: 495

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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What is the relationship between the mind and the body?

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a.

The mind impacts the body.

b.

The body impacts the mind.

c.

There is no relationship between the mind and the body.

d.

The mind and body have reciprocal effects on each other.

Question number: 496

» Development of Human Behavior » Socialization

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A common mistake made by many concerned parents is likely to be

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deliberately creating high levels of stress for their child.

b.

attempting to protect their children from all stress.

c.

unintentionally rewarding their children for creating stress.

d.

unintentionally creating high levels of stress for their child.

Question number: 497

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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An example of the “experimenter effect” would be a situation in which the experimenter

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unknowingly hints to subjects what is expected of them.

b.

overtly tells the subjects how to respond.

c.

deceives the subject as to the real purpose of the experiment.

d.

knowingly hints to subjects what is expected of them.

Question number: 498

» Therapeutic Approaches » Behavioral Therapy

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The owner of a chicken ranch ends a pet dog’s habit of stealing and eating eggs by allowing the dog to “find” and eat several eggs laced with Tabasco sauce. The ranch owner’s approach is similar to

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desensitization techniques.

b.

aversion therapy.

c.

covert sensitization.

d.

implosive therapy.

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