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  1. longitudinal
  2. implicit
  3. minimize any differences between groups of participants.
  4. a dispositional attribution
  5. receive incoming signals from other neurons
  1. a The same people are retested over a long period in a ________ study
  2. b The function of dendrites is to
  3. c Procedural memories for well-learned skills such as how to ride a bicycle are typically _______ memories.
  4. d Research participants are randomly assigned to different groups in an experiment in order to
  5. e Ksana insists that her boyfriend's car accident resulted from his carelessness. Her explanation for the accident provides an example of

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The minimum level of stimulation required to trigger a neural impulse is called the
  2. To understand the unusual behavior of an adult client, a clinical psychologist carefully investigates the client's current life situation and his physical, social-cultural, and educational history. Which research method has the psychologist used?
  3. Compared with unconscious information processing, conscious information processing is relatively
  4. Carl rogers referred to an attitude of total acceptance toward another person as
  5. Retinal disparity refers to the

5 True/False Questions

  1. specified number of responses have been madeA fixed-ratio schedule of reinforcement is one in which a response is reinforced only after a(n)

          

  2. better reading ability is associated with greater physical weight among childrenA slap on the back is more painful than a pat on the back because a slap triggers

          

  3. words shape the way people thinkDr. Wolski conducts research on the potential relationship between neurotransmitter deficiencies and mood states. Dr. Wolski's research focus is most characteristic of

          

  4. fixed-ratio; variable-ratioBecause of the discomfort and embarrassment associated with his childhood bed-wetting, Andrew becomes nervous whenever he sense an urge to urinate. If genital arousal subsequently makes Andrew unusually anxious, this would best illustrate

          

  5. heuristicsSimple thinking strategies that allow us to solve problems and make judgments efficiently are called

          

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