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The nature-nurture controversy concerns a. the question of determinism and free will b. the role of unconscious processes as a determinant of behavior c. the degree to which inborn processes and/or life experiences determine human behavior d. the natural tendency of humans, like all other animals, to nurture their young. The Behaviorist perspective believes that one's own actions are a result of a. learned responses to external stimuli b. learned responses to internal mental events c. innate responses programmed at birth d. a combination of free will and determinism Which of the following is true of Weber's law? a. It is the same across individuals, stimuli, contexts, and sensory modalities. b. It proves that there is a one-to-one correspondence between the physical and psychological worlds. c. As the intensity of a stimulus gets stronger (e.g., a sound gets louder), it will take an even greater change in intensity for someone to hear the difference. d. It captured the idea that, regardless of the magnitude of the stimulus, the change in magnitude required for a difference threshold remains the same. A researcher is assessing the effect of hunger on subjects' judgment of the tastefulness of a new breakfast cereal. One group of 20 subjects has had no food for 4 hours, whereas a second group of 20 subjects has had no food for 15 hours. The independent variable is a. the number of hours without food.
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