Due May 7 at 11:59pm Points 35 Questions 35
Available Apr 10 at 8am - May 7 at 11:59pm 28 days
Time Limit None
First Quiz worth 35 points.
There will be three quizzes this term, 35 points each, for a
total possible amount of points 1
PSY 304 Adolescent Psychology
Discuss the sampling of recent research on body image in adolescence. Talk about
A. Adolescent girls placed a higher aesthetic value on body image but had a lower
Chapter 7 Quiz hand out
1. Actor Michael J. Fox might be considered an example of this personality type.
A) Resilient personality
B) Hardy personality
C) Cancer personality
D) Survivor personality
2. Polyphasia is another name for:
1. Which of the following defense mechanisms is not commonly associated with the psychology of everyday stress?
2. According to Freud, the source of stress stems from an overa
Week 2 Quiz handout
1. Superstress is a term coined by Dr. Roberta Lee to mean:
A) stress experienced by public officials
B) twenty-first century lifestyle stress
C) more than usual stress in the course of a day
D) stress experienced by professional
If you have an opportunity to take a neuro-psychology
course, you will understand the importance of the inner
workings of the brain and the nervous system. Take some
time to study the diagram on page 88, look at how messages
and information travel from on
A theory is an interrelated, coherent set of ideas that helps
explain phenomena and make predictions.
2. What are four main theories of adolescent development?
Psychoanalytic Theory describes development as primarily
unconscious and heavi
PSY 464 W1 Student Handout (ch 1 and 2)
1. Which of the following questions is NOT a focus of evolutionary psychology?
(a) Why is the mind designed the way that it is?
(b) How do the components of the mind interact with the environment?
(c) What is the re
Week 3 chapter 3 and 4 Review Quiz
1. People who participated in the "world without death" research would agree with all of
the following EXCEPT that:
a. birth control would be regulated.
b. overcrowding would be a major problem.
c. society woul
Chapter Twelve: The Funeral Process: Multiple Choice
1. Which of the following was NOT likely to be a source of motivation for the elaborate tomb
designed for Ch'in, the first emperor of China?
a. He wanted to support his claims as the greatest of all mon
Week 4 quiz Chapter
Five: Hospice and Palliative Care
1.0. The term _ was suggested by Canadian physician Balfour Mount in the 1970s and
has continued to gain favor.
a. hospital care
b. hospice care
c. pain care
d. palliative care
Ch 7 and 8 Summative Quiz Handout
1. Paternity uncertainty implies _.
(a) that a male suspects that a child is not his own
(b) that there is always some probability that another male has fertilized the
(c) the existence of female strategy t
Chapter Nine: Euthanasia, Assisted Death, Abortion, and the Right
1. In Oregon, individuals who are under eighteen years of age can
request assisted death with permission of their legal guardians.
2. In 2009, ov
1. Not only have women evolved preferences for what they do want in a matethey also
possess evolved mechanisms for avoiding what they dont want. One example of what
women avoid in a long-term mate would be _.
(a) signals of facial masculinity
PSY 464 W1 Student Handout (ch 11 and 12)
1. Sexual conflict is defined as _.
(a) the asymmetry in the proportion of offspring of each sex within a generation
(b) the process by which males retain sexually dimorphic traits
(c) a conflict between the evolu
Student Handout- only 5 questions this week
Chapter Fourteen: How Can We Help?
1. Transference and countertransference are likely to develop during
interactions between professional caregivers and life-threatened and
terminally ill clients.
Ch 1 and 2 QUIZ HANDOUT
1. CH 1 . The statements, "There's nothing to think about. When you're number's
up, it's up" are representative of a fatalistic view.
a. trueb. false
2. CH 1. Which of the following is NOT true of living wills?
Ch 9 and 10 Summative Quiz Handout
1. Social exchange is _.
(a) a form of cheater detection
(b) a term used to describe the gamut of social relationships
(c) a method designed to determine who is a cheater and who is an altruist
(d) a form of cooperation
Ch 3 Summative Quiz Handout
1. Hostile forces of nature include all of the following except _.
(d) bad weather
2. Plants produce toxins as a(n) _.
(a) byproduct of other nutrients being absorbed into the plant
The Effects of the Business Disruptors in the Market Place
New and existing market competition have a long history of finding business strategies that
counter its adversities by growth, expansion and re
July 2, 2016
Thesis Development Exercise
Section 1: David Kaiser The Art of the Thesis Summary
Organization of paragraphs:
The introduction is the most important part of the paper because it sets the tone.
Capture the reader
Throughout the course of this semester I have realized that have been missing out on
many extraordinary poets, works of poetry, and useful poetry elements, which now I
believe hole heartedly has only hindered my ability to fully grasp the deeper truth whi
On June 7, 1892 a man named Homer Adolph Plessy was arrested and jailed for
refusing to leave the White section of an East Louisiana Railroad train. Although
Plessy was only one-eighths black, under Louisiana law he was considered black
and, therefore, re
ANALYZING RACIAL TENSION THROUGH FILM
Analyzing Racial Tension Through Film
Throughout most of the twentieth century racial tension has remained high between
different ethnicities in America. Film has been an
In 1975, the researchers Craik & Tulving conducted an experiment in which
participants were shown a list of 60 words. The goal of the experiment was to
investigate if an individual uses self-referent encoding and structural encoding
which of the two encod
Homework Assignment Week 3
X = 82
X = 64
X = 72
Name: Lionel Cabanit
For a population with = 70 and a standard deviation of = 8,
Find the z-score for each of the following X values.