In the history of psychology and social psychology the late 1800s and early

In the history of psychology and social psychology

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13.In the history of psychology and social psychology, the late 1800s and early 1900s marked ____.a.the very first social psychological experimentsb.the era in which social psychology came into its own—breaking away from behaviorism and Freudian psychoanalysisc.the beginnings of research in social cognitiond.the beginnings of research in social neuroscienceANS: AREF:A Brief History of Social Psychology14.When did social psychology begin to come into its own as a field?
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15.Milgram’s famous studies of obedience to authority were motivated by which historical event?16.Today, both funded and unfunded studies conducted at universities must first obtain ____ approval.17.Which of the following elements is particularly critical to include in a deception study, but is not usually required in other types of studies?a.IRB approvalb.demand characteristicsc.complete debriefingd.informed consentANS: CREF:How Do Social Psychologists Answer Their Own Questions?NOTE: New18.Dr. Puni does not want the participants in his study to be aware of his hypothesis. What will he strive to reduce in his study?19.In the 1950s and 1960s, mainstream psychology was divided between two main theoretical camps: ____.
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20.In the 1950s and 1960s, mainstream psychology was divided between ____.21.Behaviorism seeks to explain human behavior in terms of ____.a.basic biological drives such as hunger and thirstb.broad environmental influences such as historical time period and geographyc.cultured.learning principles such as rewards and punishmentsANS:DREF:A Brief History of Social Psychology
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