29. Rebecca takes her 1-year-old son, Adam, to visit an infanttoddler program in which she hopes to enroll
him. Adam appears very anxious and is unwilling to explore and play with the toys, even though Rebecca is
close by. When Rebecca leaves the room to
12. Mrs. Martin, a third- grade teacher, is instructing cursive writing. At first, she reinforces even crude attempts
to reproduce letters with an encouraging word; as time goes on, though, she reinforces only well-formed letters.
By reinforcing progressi
10. Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding the diezenoe between PhD and the PsyD degrees?
A A PhD requires more years of study than a PsyD.
B A PhD requires a dissertation based on an original investigation.
C Fewer people
20 Dr.Petrovic tries to help his clients see how their behavior reects choices they have made. He is most likely a therapist.
K cliniml neuroscience
21 Which of the following is NOT a likely trm
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34 Anya pulled all-nighters both last night and the night before. Tonight, finally, she anticipates going to bed at
her usual time. Which of the following alternatives MOST accurately describes and @1112? what Anya is
likely to experience?
A Anya will spe
12. According to Abraham Maslow, a major prerequisite for becoming self-actualized is having:
A all of one's lower-order needs fulfilled.
B a major altruistic streak.
c a very seless nature.
D suffered in the past so one can truly appreciate the good aspe
29. is the awareness of the sensations, thoughts, and feelings we experience at a given moment.
><How long is a typical sleep cycle, in which a sleeper progresses through some or all of the sleep
2 . owing how to serve a badminton birdie is an example of a(n) memory.
23. "I know it! It's um . . . um. . . It starts with G'," begins a trivia game contestant excitedly. The contestant is
falling prey to
15' Which perspective most immediately replwd stmctumlism in the early days of scientic psychology?
D. Gestalt psychology
16. Which of the following approaches to psychology might have been mo
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A retroactive; proactive
B proactive; retroactive
C regressive; progressive
Tit/Anna is reading her psychology text. The activation of receptors in her retina by a source of physical energy
XS dalled .
18. A(n) is the smallest intensity of a stimulus that must be present f
6. People whose IQ score ranges from 4054 are most probably:
A mildly retarded.
n 1 oderately retarded.
C severely retarded.
D profoundly retarded.
7. Intellectual disability 'in which no apparent biological defect exists but there is a history of it in t
34. Matt picks up a pamphlet at a counseling center titled How to Succeed at College Course Work. Which type
of problemsolving strategies is MOST LIKELY offered in this pamphlet?
3 arl is the one person Cr
l 1. Brent is taking part in an experiment in the cognitive neuroscience lab on campus. Silently, he reads rapid
sequences of words ashed on a computer screen. Simultaneously, the electrical activity of his brain is recorded
through skull electrodes. The
44.List the 4 premises of operant and classical conditioning (4 pts)
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45. Name and describe the 2 ways we organize our
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A neutral and unconditioned stimuli. I
B stimuli and involuntary behavior.
Cbehavior and consequences.
D conditioned response and reex.
7. A is any stimulus that ingeasgsthepmhabity that a
23 Which of the following is true of cones?
A They play a key role in night vision.
B They are thin, cylindrical receptor cells that are highly sensitive to light.
0 They are primarily responsible for the sharply focused perception of color.
D They play a
Which of the following is true about drugs?
A sychoactive drugs are not common is most of our lives.
B In We, the body becomes so accustomed to functioning in the presence of a drug that
cannot function without it.
C In physiological dependence, people be
chording to the theory of emotion, emotional experience is a reaction to bodily events occurring as
19. According to the theory of emotion, both physiological arousal and emotio
24. In the stage of development, the developing individual is less than an inch long, and has developed a
rudimentary beating heart, a brain, an intestinal tract, and a W that are at a primitive stage
39. Which of the following language acquisition stages or phenomena is CORRECTLY matched with an
A 3abbling"Goo goo, ga ga."
B Telegraphic speech"I ran from the library to the bus stop."
C Overgeneralization"Daddy has come home."
34 is the period at which maturation of the sexual organs occurs, beginning at about age 11 or 12 for
girls and 13 or 14 for boys.
D Sensorimotor stage
to go to war because he was afraid he might be killed or seriously i
39. Name the 5 key controversies in psychology ( 5 pts).
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40. Name the 4 basic ethical guidelines in psycho
17. When you tell an acquaintance your telephone number, you do not recite the digits one by one at a constant
rate, as in "3, 3, 7, 2, 3, 4, 8, 3, 9, 2." Rather, you might say, "3, 3, 7 . . . 2, 3, 4 . . . 83, 92." This exemplifies
, a strategy to enhanc