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  1. French philosopher René Descartes:
  2. Empirical evidence refers to evidence that is the result of:
  3. An operational definition is:
  4. In a double-blind study:
  5. Which area of psychology is most interested in examining individual differences and the characteristics that make each person unique?
  1. a a precises description of how each variable in a particular study will be manipulated or measured
  2. b Observation, measurement, and experimentation
  3. c both the subjects and the researcher who interacts with them are unaware of which subjects have been exposed to the independent variable
  4. d Personality psychology
  5. e promoted a doctrine called interactive dualism

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a fake substance, treatment or procedure with no known direct effects
  2. are commonly used by clinical psychologists and other mental health professionals to develop a complete profile of a psychotherapy client
  3. Negative
  4. was a German physiologist
  5. examines how strongly two variables are related to one another

5 True/False questions

  1. which of the following events do most historians consider to mark the formal beginning of psychology as a scientific discipline?the establishment of the first psychology research laboratory by Wilhelm Wundt in 1879


  2. Your instructor notices that in many of his classes, the longer he lectures, the more student yawns he sees. this pre resents;A positive correlation


  3. A representative sample is a:group of subjects that closely parallels the larger group to be studied on all relevant characteristics, such as age, sex, and race


  4. Professor Nelson wishes to investigate the relationship between stress and visits to the college mental health clinic. which of the following research methods would be most appropriate?a correlational study


  5. a hypothesis is:a fake substance, treatment or procedure with no known direct effects