Exam 1 Review Questions_Class

Exam 1 Review Questions_Class - Note: Answers to the...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/25/11 Exam 1 Review Questions Prologue, Chapter 1, & Chapter 2 Note: Answers to the questions are in Bold and ALL CAPS!!!! - Justin
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2/25/11 Question 1 Who introduced the early school of structuralism? A) Edward Titchener B) Wilhelm Wundt C) William James D) Mary Whiton Calkins
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2/25/11 Question 2  Psychologists who study how brain activity is linked to memory, perception, and other thought processes are called A) humanistic psychologists. B) psychiatrists. C) clinical psychologists. D) cognitive neuroscientists.
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2/25/11 Question 3 Today, psychology is defined as the A) science of mental phenomena. B) science of conscious and unconscious activity. C) science of behavior. D) science of behavior and mental processes.
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2/25/11 Question 4 Professor Gutierrez, who believes that human emotions are best understood as being jointly determined by heredity, learning, and the individual's social and cultural contexts, is evidently a proponent of the A) psychodynamic perspective. B) biopsychosocial approach.
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2/25/11 Question 5 The way we encode, process, store, and retrieve information is the primary concern of the ________ perspective. A) neuroscience B) evolutionary C) social-cultural D) cognitive
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2/25/11 Question 6  Which perspective emphasizes the learning of observable responses? A) behavioral B) social-cultural C) neuroscience D) cognitive
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2/25/11 Question 7  A psychologist who conducts experiments solely intended to build psychology's knowledge base is engaged in A) basic research. B) applied research. C) industrial-organizational research. D) clinical research.
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2/25/11 Question 8  To ensure that other researchers can repeat their work, psychologists use A) control groups. B) random assignment. C) double-blind procedures. D) operational definitions.
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2/25/11 Question 9  Which type of research would allow you to determine whether students' grades accurately predict later income? A) case study B) naturalistic observation C) experimentation D) correlation
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2/25/11 Question 10  If height and body weight are positively correlated, which of the following is true? A) There is a cause-effect relationship between height and weight. B) As height increases, weight decreases. C) Knowing a person's height, one can predict his or her weight.
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Question 11  If shoe size and IQ are negatively correlated, which of the following is true? A) People with large feet tend to have high IQs. B) People with small feet tend to have high IQs. C) People with small feet tend to have low IQs
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