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Psyc101 s07 quiz1 - gx Introduction to Psychology...

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Unformatted text preview: gx Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology - Quiz 1 Psychology Course: Introduction to Psychology Course Instructor: Dr. Joseph A. Davis ExanWersion: Quiz 1 1. The scientific study of behavior and mental processes describes a. behaviorism. b. psychoanalysis. c. psychology. (I. clinical psychology. 2. The difference between pure and applied research is the difference between a. prediction and control. b. practice and theory. c. research for its own sake and research to solve specific problems. d. application and explanation. 3. Which of the followin 9 would not be possible without the functioning of the nervous system? a. ideals, thoughts, and plans b. images and cognitions c. behaviors, emotions, and cognitions d. all of the above 4. Sensation is to mechanical stimulation as is to mental representation. a. perception b. unconscious c. motivation d. adaptation 5. It is 100 degrees outside. Which of the following rooms would you probably find most appealing? a. red b. orange c. yellow d. blue 37 g_ Introduction to Psychology Psychology 101, Class Quiz 2 Psychology Course: Introduction to Psychology Course Instructor: Joseph (Joe) A. Davis Assistant: Cyrus Madavi, Asst. in General Psychology Chapters: Ch. 6 (Memory), Ch. 7 (Cognition and Language) Questions: Ch. 6 (6 q’s); Ch. 7 (8 q’s) 1. The “stages” of processing are: a. semantic. episodic and procedural b. iconic, echoic, and eidetic c. visual, acoustic and semantic d. encoding, storage and retrieval a. eidetic memory b. sensory register c. echoic memory d. sensory memory 3. Visual images are to memory as auditory images are to . a. echoic; iconic b. sensory; motor c. Iconic; echoic d. eidetic; sensory 4. The typical maximum number of “chunks” of information that can be held in short-tenn memory is: a. ten b. seven c. four (1. five e. none of the above 5. According to the video in class on Thursday entitled, “Discovering Psychology: Remembering and Forgetting", the way we conceptualize our world our beliefs, and our expectations are built around cognitive structures called: images icons chunks schemas none of the above 99-9?!” 39 g_ Page 3, Quiz 3, Psychology-101 a. syntax b. concepts c. exemplars d. language 13. The basic aspects of language include: a. phonology (phonemes), morphology (morphemes), syntax, and semantics b. morphology, cosmology, and semantics c. sounds, units of meaning, word order, and meanings of words and phrases d. a and c 14. The study of meaning involvin g the relationship between language and the things language depicts is called: a. hip-hop b. syntax c. semantics d. phonology 9. none of the above Quiz 2 in Psychology 101, (c) 2001 by Joseph A. Davis, Ph.D. All rights reserved. y 41 g Psychology 101 — Quiz 3 tourse: Psychology 101 lection: T-TH, 9:30-z10:45 .ecture Hall: HT-140 nstructor: Dr. J. A. Davis tssistant: C. Mahdavi l. The three prenatal growth stages are a. amniotic, embryonic, and zygote. b. zygote, embryonic, and ovum. c. germinal, embryonic, and fetal. d. neonatal, infant, and early childhood. 2. The major body organs begin to form during the a. fetal stage. b. germinal stage. c. period of the ovum. d. embryonic stage. 3. The longest stage of prenatal development is a. the placental stage. b. the brain and organ development stage. c. the period of the ovum. d. the fetal stage. 4. Piaget identified four major stages of cognitive development. In order, they are a. infancy, toddlerhood, early childhood, adolescence. b. sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, formal operational. c. preoperational, concrete operational, sensorimotor, formal operational. d. sensory operational, preoperational, concrete operational, formal operational. 5. Adolescence begins with a. puberty b. growth point c. pre-adult transition d. sexual maturity 5. One explanation for the conflicts between adolescents and their parents is a. raging hormones. b. striving for independence. c. mutual emotional detachment. d. the generation gap. 43 \\\ PAGE 3, Psychology 101. Quiz 3 14. Analytical psychology was developed by a. Hans Eysenck. b. Robert Boyle. c. Gordon Allport. d. Carl Jung. 15. Personality characteristics that can be inferred from observable behaviors would be called a. traits. b. categories. c. self-analysis. d. lacn'mation. All rights reserved. Copyright © 2001. Dr. Joseph A Davis, San Diego State University. a 45 ...
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