pg35act1 - Hypothesis: If someone repeatedly complains...

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Heather Fackelman Due: 9/29/08 PSYC 203 Intro to Psych Research Methods Pg. 35 Activity Questions #1 “Out of sight, out of mind.” Hypothesis: When someone does not see any given person, he or she does not think about that person. Prediction: If someone is away from a particular person for a considerable amount of time, he or she will tend to forget about that person, or not think about the person. “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” Hypothesis: Children are very similar to their parents. Prediction: Children will have the same habits, tendencies, and mannerisms as their parents. “The squeaky wheel gets the oil.”
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Unformatted text preview: Hypothesis: If someone repeatedly complains about something, he or she will be satisfied. Prediction: Complaining, or continuing to ask for or demand what you desire will lead to you getting what you want. Monkey see, monkey do. Hypothesis: Observed behaviors are replicated. Prediction: When a person sees a person behaving in a certain way, he or she will imitate that behavior simply because he or she is observing it When it rains, it pours. Hypothesis: When something bad happens, it is followed by more bad occurrences. Prediction: Bad events will happen in groups, never alone....
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