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10.What is amiable skepticism ? A) openness to all points of view B) acceptance of anecdotal data as persuasive support in a behavioral explanation C) rejecting all points of view until the phenomenon is proven D) challenging explanations in a friendly fashion in the absence of empirical evidence
11.When a psychologist recognizes that we may never be able to produce complete explanations of behavior, the psychologist is demonstrating:
12.When psychologists recognize that there are limitations in what can be known, they can be described as demonstrating:
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13.The American Psychological Association's Undergraduate Psychology Goal 4 focuses on Communication, which promotes the ability of students to:
14.What famous television host was a psychology major in college? A) Jimmy Kimmel B) Jimmy Fallon C) Seth Myers D) Jon Stewart
15.Which example is representative of trying to incorporate sociocultural factors in scientific inquiry?

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