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Name: UMID: Section #: Practice Quiz 1 1. Which of the following approaches to studying the mind emphasizes verifiable experimental results? a. Introspectionism only b. Behaviorism only c. Cognitivism only d. Introspectionism and Cognitivism e. Behaviorism and Cognitivism* 2. As a person walks towards you, the __________ stimulus gets bigger, but the _________ stimulus remains the same size. This is an example of __________. a. Distal; Proximal; Paradoxical Correspondence b. Proximal; Distal; Paradoxical Correspondence* c. Distal; Proximal; Lack of Correspondence d. Proximal; Distal; Lack of Correspondence 3. Which is NOT a major problem with the Subtractive Method? a. Processing stages might occur simultaneously instead of one after another. b. Adding a processing stage might change other processing stages. c. You need to know what the processing stages are in order to use the method. d. Processing stages cannot be directly observed, only stimuli and responses.* 4. The Gestalt principle of continuity is what?
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