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Question number: 1

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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A common sense approach to psychology is

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a.

the basis for collecting data (observed facts).

b.

the basis for most psychological theories.

c.

the most reliable.

d.

is same as empirical evidence.

e.

often contradicted by empirical evidence.

Question number: 2

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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Psychodynamic determinism refers to:

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Id impulses that will forever remain unfulfilled

b.

The delimiting characteristics of the superego

c.

Behaviour that is rules by forced over which we have no control

d.

Behavior over which we have full control

e.

Behaviour that is preconscious in origin

Question number: 3

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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To assess clients’ abilities, a phrenologist would want to

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read their handwriting.

b.

study their palms.

c.

record their EEGs.

d.

examine their skulls.

e.

examine their skills.

Question number: 4

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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The psychological perspective that favors the study of how the mind organizes perceptions, processes information, and interprets experiences is known as:

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cognitive

b.

phenomenological

c.

functionalism

d.

humanistic

e.

existential

Question number: 5

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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Which approach focuses the idea that psychology is not based on scientific fact or human shortcomings but instead should deal with human experience?

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Structuralism

b.

Functionalism

c.

Cognitive psychology

d.

Behaviorism

e.

Humanism

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