Unformatted text preview: 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Pavan decided to try introspection as a way to study mental processes. Which of the
approaches to the study of consciousness was he following? [A] Behaviorist [B] Structuralist [C] Functionalist [D] Biological “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts,” is a belief associated with the
View of psychology. [A] behavioral [B] Gestalt [C] psychodynamic [D] humanistic Which of the following statements most closely follows the functionalist view of
consciousness? Consciousness [A] helps people adapt to their environments. [B] is an inherently private concept.
[C] is made up of our basic sensations and other mental building blocks. [D] is the study of behavior and mental processes. “Anything that cannot be observed and measured directly is not worth studying.” Which
psychologists are most likely to agree with this statement? [A] William James and Wilhelm Wundt [B] Jean Piaget and Lawrence Kohlberg
[C] John B. Watson and B. F. Skinner [D] Sigmund Freud and Erik Erikson Which of the following psychologists was famous for claiming that, if he had enough
control over the environment, he could create learning experiences that would turn any
infant into a doctor, lawyer, or even a criminal? [A] William James [B] Edward Titchener [C] Sigmund Freud [D] John Watson Psychodynamic psychologists emphasize that behavior is often controlled by
[A] external stimuli. [B] unconscious processes. [C] free will. [D] perception. Cultures are
[A] organizing and stabilizing inﬂuences. [B] passed on genetically.
[C] generally not multicultural. DD] generally individualist in nature. ...
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