b the participants would not differ in how they rated the shocks but

B the participants would not differ in how they rated

This preview shows page 12 - 15 out of 19 pages.

b.the participants would not differ in how they rated the shocks, but participants in Group 2 would end up having more positive feelings about the experiment.c.the participants in Group 2 would rate the shocks as less painful than the participants in Group 1.d.the participants in Group 1 would rate the shocks as less painful than the participants in Group 2.8.Lisa rides the train to work and always gets off at stop A. One Saturday she has to go into town, and she rides the same train she takes to work. She is supposed to get off at Stop F, but she starts talking to her mother on the phone and then gets off at stop A. What does this tell us about unconscious processing?
10. Which of these is NOT an example of causal attribution in unconscious thinking?13. When asked to introspect about their reasons for making a particular choice, participants15. Sometimes we reason carefully and deliberately through an argument, scrutinizing each step. In a case of this sort,a.all of our thoughts will be entirely conscious even if we are unconscious of our thoughts in other situations.b.the processes of our thoughts, but not the products, will be consciously available.c.our sequence of thoughts depends on an unconscious support structure that guides how we interpret the elements of each thought.d.there are no unconscious processes involved.

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture