5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Learned helplessness is MOST likely to be associated with
- In Pavlov's experiments, the dog's salivation triggered by the taste of food was a(n)
- In Milgram's obedience experiments, "teachers" were MOST likely to deliver high levels of shock when
- The assumption that thoughts intervene between events and our emotional reactions is most clearly central to
- A psychologist would have the greatest difficulty differentiating between anger and fear by monitoring the ___________ associated with each.
- a the "learner" was placed in a different room from the "teacher"
- b heart rates
- c unconditioned response.
- d an external locus of control.
- e cognitive therapies.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the experiment was not associated with a prestigious institution like Yale University.
- brain chemistry.
- curiosity, skepticism, and humility.
- even ordinary people, who are not usually hostile, can become agents of destruction.
5 True/False questions
I am a relatively slow-acting (but long-lasting) chemical messenger carried throughout the body by the bloodstream. What am I? → two-factor theory.
As her professor distributed the mathematics test to the class, Blaire's heart started to pound and her palms began to sweat. These physiological reactions were activated by her ________ nervous system. → depression
A general sense of happiness or life satisfaction is most unrelated to whether people → are well educated.
The perception that your fate is determined by luck reflects → an external locus of control.
Most people are likely to be surprised by the results of Milgram's initial obedience experiments because → a great sense of responsibility for engaging in behaviors of which we personally disapprove.