The process by which experience or practice results

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QUESTION 14The process by which experience or practice results in a relativelypermanent change in behavior is known as ___.cognitionlearningimprintingintelligence formation
5 points SavedQUESTION 15The bulk of people's dreams occurs during _________.
5 points SavedQUESTION 16The stage during which sensory input and motor responses becomecoordinated is labeled as Piaget's _____ stage of cognitivedevelopment.
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2/6/20206/7QUESTION 17Empirical evidence is information that psychologists gather by ___.
5 points SavedQUESTION 18When looking at human motives, the following theorist developed ahierarchy of ve needs that range from basic physiological needs togrowth or meta-needs:Abraham MaslowSigmund FreudCarl JungAlfred Adler
5 points SavedQUESTION 19In life-span developmental theories, adolescents struggle withconicts involving
5 points SavedQUESTION 20The correct order for the three stages of memory is ___.
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2/6/20207/7sensory memory, short-term memory, long-term memoryshort-term memory, sensory memory, long-term memoryQuestion Completion Status:Remaining Time: 18minutes, 58seconds.Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.

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