5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Children are especially likely to behave aggressively after viewing TV violence in which an attractive person commits
- In Pavlov's experiments, the dog's salivation triggered by the taste of food was a(n)
- Research on memory construction indicates that
- Cognitive therapy works, top-down, by changing thought processes. Antidepressant drugs work, bottom-up on the emotion forming
- 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?
- a The case study.
- b unconditioned response.
- c limbic system.
- d false memories often feel as real as true memories.
- e justified violence that cause no visible pain or harm.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- body contact.
- even ordinary people, who are not usually hostile, can become agents of destruction.
- women's sexual interests are somewhat influenced by the phases of their menstrual cycles.
- the biological and social definition of male and female.
- an external locus of control.
5 True/False Questions
A procedure that trains people to make new responses to stimuli that currently trigger unwanted responses is called → counterconditioning.
The process by which people learn a sense of personal control or personal helplessness has been most strongly emphasized by the → social-cognitive perspective.
Police interrogators have been trained to ask less suggestive and more effective questions to avoid → the misinformation effect.
In Pavlov's original experiment with dogs, the meat served as a → survey, question, read, review, reflect.
Evolutionary psychologists would be most likely to attribute gender differences in attitudes toward casual sex to the fact that men → an external locus of control.