C dreams as internal conflict and unconscious forces

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C – dreams as internal conflict and unconscious forces that are based on wish fulfillment 9. The process by which experience or practice results in a relatively permanent change in behavior is known as _____ B – Learning 10. Operant conditioning operates on the principle that behaviors occur more often when they are_____. B – punished 11. The correct order for the three stages of memory is_____. C – Sensory register memory, short-term memory, long-term memory 12. When looking at human motives, the following theorist developed a hierarchy of five needs range from basic physiological needs to growth or meta-needs: A – Abraham Maslow 13. The typical behaviors consistent with being male or female in a given culture are referred to as A – Social roles 14. In Freud’s view of the structure of personality, the mental structure that acts as one’s conscience and judges through and actions is known as the_____. C – superego 15. The field of psychology that uses behavioral principles to promote health and prevent illness is referred to as _____. B - Health psychology 16. The scientific study of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders is known as _____. C – Psychopathology 17. In the United States and Canada, psychological problems are classified by using the _____. B - Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder (DSM) 18. The scientific study of how individuals behave, think and feel in social situations is known as _____. A - Social psychology 19. A harmful attitude based on inaccurate generalizations about a group of people is known as _____.
Keiser University Pre-Post Test PSY 1012 Introduction to Psychology C – Prejudice 20. Oversimplified images of traits of individuals who belong to a particular social group are. D - Social stereotype

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