11 A Ask It Like It Is Circle endorphins What do they do Answer Before You

11 a ask it like it is circle endorphins what do they

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11 . A Ask It Like It Is : Circle endorphins. What do they do? Answer Before You Answer : Make you feel good. Now use POE to find an answer that is close to yours. If you don’t remember what endorphins do, POE will get rid of (D) and (E) because of the extreme language.
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12 . E Ask It Like It Is : Nell doesn’t want to get in trouble like her brother did, so she won’t throw her stuffed animal in the toilet. What is this called? Answer Before You Answer : Nell is learning by watching her brother’s experience (vicariously through her brother). This is called vicarious conditioning. If you are unsure, use POE. Would (A) prepared learning mean learning from watching her brother’s experience? No, it implies more direct learning. Cross it off. Would (B) tutelage mean learning from watching her brother’s experience? No. Would (C) scheduled reinforcement mean learning from watching her brother’s experience? No, that is not taking place here. Would (D) shaping mean learning from watching her brother’s experience? Again, shaping is more direct. Would (E) vicarious conditioning mean learning from watching her brother’s experience? Yup. 13 . B Ask It Like It Is : Jeopardy! requires which type of intelligence? Answer Before You Answer : Crystallized intelligence—knowledge of facts. If you are unsure, use POE. Does (A) IQ mean knowledge of facts and trivia? No, it is a score on a very specific test. Don’t confuse IQ with intelligence. Does (B) crystallized intelligence mean knowledge of facts and trivia? It sounds good. Keep it and check the others. Does (C) fluid intelligence mean knowledge of facts and trivia? No, it involves thinking and problem-solving skills. Does (D) general intelligence mean knowledge of facts and trivia? It might. Keep it. Does (E) multiple intelligence mean knowledge of facts and trivia? No, it involves a theory of various intelligences. (B) crystallized intelligence is more clearly associated with factual knowledge than (D) general intelligence . 14 . A Ask It Like It Is : Circle true of memory recall . Answer Before You Answer : Not sure what they want, so evaluate each answer based on what you know of memory. (A) sounds logical and is also true—people recall information that is in keeping with their personal schemas. (B) is wrong because of “working” memory. Is (C) true? No, so cross it off. Same goes for (E). And (D) doesn’t sound true either. It must be (A). 15 . C Ask It Like It Is : What do objects that absorb light look like? Answer Before You Answer : Dark. Dark objects absorb light while bright objects reflect light. Beware of (A) black . The question does not say “objects that absorb all color.”
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16 . C Ask It Like it Is : Chantal is trying to push off her unwanted negative qualities onto her mother so that the qualities are less threatening. This is called… Answer Before You Answer : Projection. Use POE to get rid of (A) repression because that would mean that Chantal were trying to push these unwanted feelings back into her unconscious mind.
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