exam1 study guide - 1. To determine whether changing one...

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1. To determine whether changing one variable (such as education) will produce changes in another (such as income), we need to conduct __________ research. A) survey B) correlational C) experimental D) statistical 2. ____ are mental templates by which we organize our worlds. A) Concepts B) Heuristics C) Schemas D) Perspectives 3. Your English literature professor is helping you to remember a character from a story when she or he asks you to compare ____ to this character. A) your mother B) your best friend C) yourself D) none of the above 4. Baumeister (1996) reports that people who tend to be obnoxious, interrupt, and talk at people rather than with them also tend to possess A) high self-esteem. B) low self-esteem. C) high self-efficacy. D) low self-efficacy. 5. Blaming the tree for getting in your way after you crashed the can into it is an example of A) poor self-control. B) poor self-efficacy C) poor self-esteem. D)
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