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FINAL EXAM Fall 2004 CAREFULLY print your NAME (LAST name first) and YOUR SIX DIGIT STUDENT ID NUMBER (make sure it's accurate) on the answer sheet and darken the corresponding circles. Failure to put your last name first and provide a correct ID number will result in receiving NO credit for the final exam. The test has 100 questions. Now, go back and re-check the darkened circles. The time limit is 120 minutes. You may leave when you are finished. There will be absolutely no grade changes from the math formula found on the website under "Course Information"; any other policy would be unfair to your peers. Good luck and happy holidays! Match the following films using each answer only once: 1. Montreal Canadians Hockey Team 2. 40 self portraits 3. The Maze 4. A Monkey Named Hellion 5. Monkey on the Head A. aversive conditioning B. schizoid-affective disorder C. superstitious conditioning D. Geschwind's syndrome E. interviewing techniques Match the following films: 6. Stanford quarterback wearing prisms 7. Tall and short men 8. Jet simulator 9. Visual cliff 10. The Friendly Breakfast A. mental set B. empiricism C. income level D. visual acuity E. nativism Match the following films: 11. OCD 12. Passing the basketball 13. Hypnosis 14. John Watson and Little Albert 15. Head Banging and Stuffing the Mouth A. conditioned fear B. ice water C. counting kisses D. Gorilla in the midst
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E. aversive conditioning 16. In the Milgram research which of the following conditions elicited the least obedience? A. remote condition B. voice-feedback condition C. touch-proximity condition D. proximity - 17. The fundamental attribution error focuses on _____________ in explaining the behavior of others. A. situational variables B. personality variables C. neurology D. obedience to authority E. heredity - 18. In general, the greater the number of people who witness an accident, the more likely it is that the victim will get help. A. True B. False - 19. The Psych 101 freshman who finally got a date with a disinterested sophomore by first asking her to marry him, successfully used the method of: A. blind obedience to authority B. reciprocal concessions C. the two-factor theory D. successive approximations - 20. What is the best conclusion to be drawn from Zimbardo's prison study? A. capital punishment works as a deterrent to crime. B. watching violence on tv in jail cells produces violent prisoners. C. social roles exert a powerful influence over ordinary people. D. personality traits are far more important than situational influences in determining our behavior. -
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21. Bedwetting, sleepwalking and night terrors are most often seen: A. in paradoxical sleep B. in REM C. as an arousal from Stage 4 EEG or just before REM D. in descending Stage 1 EEG - 22. A physician asks a patient to go to bed every two hours during the day and try to fall asleep. The physician then examines the polygraphic recordings. She is probably most interested in:
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course PSYCH 1101 taught by Professor Maas, j during the Fall '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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