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  1. A five year old child taking the Stanford-Binet test and scoring at a mental age of four would have an IQ of
  2. Hans Selye's general adaptation syndrome describes the
  3. Sam recently lost his grandmother. Now Sam feels sad whenever he smells the perfume his beloved grandmother used to wear. In this example, Sam sadness is the
  4. The moon illusion, the Ponzo illusion, and the Muller-Lyer illusion have all been explained by errors due to
  5. as the______of a group increases so does_______ within the group
  1. a 80
  2. b Cohesiveness; conformity
  3. c body's reaction to stress
  4. d UR
  5. e Size constancy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Positive correction
  2. The margin of safety begin to narrow.
  3. the five Factor theory
  4. Retrieval
  5. self-actualization

5 True/False questions

  1. A natural form of aversive conditioning isfood poisoning

          

  2. The moon illusion, the Ponzo illusion, and the Muller-Lyer illusion have all been explained by errors due toa person exhibits certain personality traits in specific situations

          

  3. In Jung's theory, persona is to_________as shadow is to________visible;hidden

          

  4. Your psychology professor studies processes like thought, memory, and knowledge. She is most likely what type of psychologist?Smell

          

  5. Extinction in operant conditioning occurs when theA tendency to desire or seek out positive outcomes and avoid negatives ones