Both Rogers and Maslow believe
people are not masters of their own destiny
people have a basic need to fulfill their potential for personal growth
human behavior is largely determined by primitive sexual urges
human behavior is shaped by environmental events
Which of the following is NOT
good advice for getting more out of lectures?
ask questions during the lecture
try to record the lecturer's comments verbatim
when the material is especially complex, read ahead on the topic to be covered in class
during the lecture, try to anticipate what's coming next and search for deeper meanings
Which of the following is not
good advice for developing sound study habits?
find a place to study where you can concentrate
set up a schedule for studying
avoid taking study breaks while studying
reward yourself for studying
Dr. Yang is studying pain perception. She argues that we can only understand the conscious experience
of pain if we first understand the role of pain in human survival and adaptation. Which early school of
psychology is Dr. Yang's views most like?
Which of the following would NOT
be expected of an experimental psychologist?
to study the effects of reward on learning
to examine the relationship between sleep deprivation and task performance
to conduct psychotherapy
to study the factors that motivate behavior
Taken as a whole, the text's review of the early "schools" of psychology best
reflects which one unifying
theme in psychology?
people’s experience of the world is highly subjective
psychology is theoretically diverse
behavior is shaped by cultural heritage
heredity and environment jointly influence behavior
As the result of a breakdown in communication, morale is low among employees in a local factory. A(n)
____ would be most
likely to be helpful in restoring communication and improving morale.
Which of the following did not
have a significant influence on the development of Freud's theory?
knowledge gained as a result of working with patients
the results of his experimental research
knowledge gained from his examination of his own anxieties, conflicts, and desires
his observation of the slips of the tongue people tend to make
Which of the following sounds least like the work of an applied psychologist?
finding ways to teach learning disabled children
studying basic learning processes in rats
treating someone with a phobia
looking for ways to increase efficiency in an organization
When Watson claimed "Give me a dozen healthy infants.
.." he was arguing that behavior is strongly
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