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Which of the following is stressed in the professional code of ethics?Question 342 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following refers to memories for skills such as tying shoes?Question 352 out of 2 pointsIn Ainsworth's study, a baby who seemed disinterested in the mother's comings andgoings, turning away from her when she returned, was labeledQuestion 362 out of 2 pointsCarol Gilligan pointed out that existing studies on moral development are biased becauseQuestion 372 out of 2 pointsWhen a tone is sounded, a baby's right cheek is touched, and the baby reflexively turnsits head to the direction of the touch. After several pairings, the baby turns its head tothe right as soon as it hears the tone. In this example, the conditioned stimulus is theQuestion 382 out of 2 pointsPeople who believe that a new diet is safe and effective because a doctor wrote the bookare forgetting thatQuestion 390 out of 2 pointsIn classical conditioning, _____ are important, while in operant conditioning, _____ areprimary for learning.Question 402 out of 2 pointsIn a scientific experiment, a _________ is any condition that can change and that mightaffect the outcome of the experiment.Question 412 out of 2 pointsKaren and her husband are very prejudiced, Their daughter Nikki, although only a smallchild, also reacts very negatively to people who are different from her. Her emotional
response is most likely due toQuestion 422 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is true of NREM sleep?Question 432 out of 2 pointsIn life-span developmental theories, adolescents struggle with conflicts involving _____.Question 442 out of 2 pointsFreud's psychodynamic theory of dreaming emphasizes _____.Question 452 out of 2 pointsOperant conditioning operates on the principle that behaviors occur more often whenthey are _____.Question 462 out of 2 pointsA child who develops to be dependent and immature most likely had parents whofollowed which types of parenting style?Question 472 out of 2 pointsThe life expectancy of the average cigarette smoker is reduced byQuestion 482 out of 2 pointsStimulants _____ nervous system activity, whereas depressants _____ it.Question 492 out of 2 pointsThe procedure by which each subject in a study has an equal chance of being assigned tothe experimental and control group is calledQuestion 502 out of 2 pointsPsychology's history as a science began _____.

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