TB2 Prologue- The Story of Psychology.rtf

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1.The first psychological laboratory was established by A) John Watson. B) Wilhelm Wundt. C) Sigmund Freud. D) Jean Piaget. Ans: B 2.One of the earliest schools of thought in psychology was 3.Which school of psychology attempted to identify the basic elements of the mind? 4.Edward Titchener trained people to report elements of their experience and promoted a school of thought known as 5.Structuralism used a method known as ________ to reveal the basic elements of the mind. A) massed practice B) positive psychology C) introspection D) psychoanalysis Ans: C 6.Edward Titchener used the method of introspection to identify Page 1
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7.Research participants who carefully observe and report their immediate thoughts and feelings in response to different musical sounds are using the method known as 8.Which research method waned in popularity because its results varied when the technique was used by different people? 9.The early school of psychology that focused on how mental and behavioral processes enable us to adapt and survive was called A) behaviorism. B) structuralism. C) behavior genetics. D) functionalism. Ans: D 10.The early school of psychology known as functionalism was promoted by 11.William James was primarily concerned with the _______ of the mind. Page 2
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12.Functionalism is to structuralism as ________ is to Edward Titchener. 13.The pioneering memory researcher, Mary Whiton Calkins, was denied the ________ Ph.D. degree she had earned under the mentorship of _________. A) University of Leipzig; Wilhelm Wundt B) Radcliff College; John B. Watson C) Harvard University; William James D) Cornell University; Edward Titchener Ans: C 14.The first woman to receive a Ph.D. in psychology later wrote an influential book, The Animal Mind . Her name was
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