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Unformatted text preview: ted? 26- 1: How do psychologists define intelligence, and what are the arguments for “g”? 26- 7: How does aging affect crystallized and fluid intelligence? 27- 1: What evidence points to a genetic influence on intelligence, and what is heritability? 27- 2: What does evidence reveal about environmental influences on intelligence? 28- 1: How do psychologists define motivation? From what perspectives do they view motivated behavior? 32- 1: What events provoke stress responses, and how do we respond and adapt to stress? 33- 1: In what two ways to people try to alleviate stress? 33- 2: How does a perceived lack of control affect health? 33- 10: What are some predictors of happiness, and how can we be happier? 34- 2: What was Freud...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2014 for the course PSYC 103 taught by Professor Dr.stevenmeyers during the Fall '13 term at Roosevelt.

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