7. Carrie is most interested in studying adolescent behavior occurring at a high school prom. Which method is most likely to help her accomplish this goal? a. Structured observation b. Naturalistic observation c. Self-report d. Experiment 8. Harold is upset with his grade on his developmental psychology test, and says, “I bet if I would’ve taken that test at another time I would have done much better.” Harold’s complaint deals most directly with the questionable ____of the test. 9. Virtually all studies done in psychology rely on studying people representative of a larger group. The groups of people who participate in these studies are most commonly known as
10. Zsuzsi is conducting a study to determine whether skateboarding causes a reduction in intelligence. In this experiment, skateboarding is the 11. If tallness is dominant and designated as “T,” and shortness is recessive and designated as “s,” who would likely be short? a. Bing, who is “sT” b. Crosby, who is “Ts” c. Danny, who is “ss” d. Kay, who is “TT” 12. Which result would notsupport the idea that genes play a significant role in behavior? 13. _________ occurs when an individual intentionally seeks out an environment that matches characteristics driven by his or her genes. 14. The period of the zygote begins with 15. At five weeks after conception, a developing human is most accurately called a(n) a. embryo. b. zygote. c. fetus. d. neonate.
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