Elma an automobile factory worker learns how to install a car air conditioner

Elma an automobile factory worker learns how to

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12. Elma, an automobile factory worker, learns how to install a car air conditioner by watching a fellow worker install the part. The knowledge Elma has just acquired is ____ acquired knowledge. a. experimentallyb. reductivelyc. innatelyd. empirically13. Psychology is sometimes viewed as a merging of ____.
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14. Descartes is best described as having been a(n) ____. 15. A philosopher who largely rejected acquisition of knowledge by empirical means was ____. 16. Which individual supported the rationalist view and largely rejected the pure empirical view? a. Kantb. Aristotlec. Descartesd. Locke 17. Locke believed that all knowledge is gained empirically, beginning at birth, when our minds are a blank slate, or ____. 18. Immanuel Kant ____. 19. The goal of structuralism was to understand the “content” of the mind by ____. 20. Wilhelm Wundt’s idea of ____ involved looking inward at the contents of one’s consciousness.a. projection b. introversion c. repression d. introspection
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21. Bill, an interior designer, believes that it is not enough to just place furniture in a room to create an aesthetically-pleasing tableau. He wants to know how the people who will live in the room will use the room and the furniture and objects in it and why they will use it the way they do. Bill’s approach seems most similar to the way ____ view understanding the mind. 22. Which example is most analogous to the goal of structuralism?
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