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5 Matching questions

  1. A pseudoscience is a:
  2. Which of the following contributed to the "cognitive revolution" and a return to the study of mental processes?
  3. Dr. Harmon wants to study the conditions under which some children are rejected by their peers. Daily, from the beginning of a school year, she carefully observes and records the behavior of kindergartners, first-graders, and second graders in the classroom and on the playground. Dr. Harmon is using:
  4. Dr. Kerrik has developed a training program for young children that will help the children learn to read at a quicker pace and with greater comprehension. what kind of psychologist is Dr. Kerrik?
  5. "I believe that consciousness should be studied to help us understand the functions of behavior." such a statement would most likely be made by:
  1. a fake or false science that is based on little or no scientific evidence
  2. b The invention of the fist computers in the 1950's
  3. c Educational
  4. d Naturalistic Observation
  5. e William James

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the establishment of the first psychology research laboratory by Wilhelm Wundt in 1879
  2. Biological
  3. examines how strongly two variables are related to one another
  4. typically answer the "who, what, where, when, how often" questions about behavior
  5. both the subjects and the researcher who interacts with them are unaware of which subjects have been exposed to the independent variable

5 True/False questions

  1. Pressor Williams is investigating loneliness. Participants in the study complete the UCLA Loneliness scale to measure their level of loneliness. they also answer questions on a survey about many aspects of their personal life. in analyzing the results of her study, professor Williams finds that as the number of friends increases, the level of loneliness tends to decrease. this represents a _____ correlation.a correlational study

          

  2. Empirical evidence refers to evidence that is the result of:group of subjects that closely parallels the larger group to be studied on all relevant characteristics, such as age, sex, and race

          

  3. Joanna has suffered a series of personal setbacks, including the death of a family member, academic problems in college, and a divorce. she feels so sad, upset, and lonely that she is contemplating suicide. Joanna could probably best be helped by a(n)_____ psychologistClinical

          

  4. Wilhelm Wundt defined psychology as:was a German physiologist

          

  5. Psychoanalysis emphasized:unconscious causes of behavior