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violent rhesus monkeys becomes tame and docile following surgical removal of their
after an illlegal drug damaged an area of judys brain she could not learn anything new. in fact, when her family moved, she continued to go to the old house and was very surprised to find another family living there when she lived there "yesterday". What area of judys brain was most likely damaged?
although we may dream about running. it is unlikely that we can even walk while dreaming. why is it unlikely that we can actually walk while we are dreaming?
because our bodies are essentially paralyzed
after an accident, carla experienced visual difficulties. it is most likely that she suffered damage to her ___ lobe
jim stood next to his class car with wax in his hand, but jerked his hand away as soon as he touched it. "wow" he exclaimed "ill have to wait til the car cools off before i can start waxing. but im glad my ___ created a reflex so i didnt get burned
incoming information is received by ___ and an electrical impulses travels down ___ en route to other neurons
the ability to enjoy beautiful dance movements in a ballet performance results from processing in the ___ lobe. the ability to enjoy the music accompanying the dance movements results from processing in the ___ lobe.
the cells comprising the support system in the nervous system are the __ and the cells responsible for receiving, sending, and integrating information in the nervous system are the ___
glial cells, neurons
after an accident david has difficulty understanding what other people say to him. it is most likely that david has suffered damage to ____
after a good meal jane is relaxing comfortable as her food digests, suggesting her ___ nervous system is in control. when she is frightened by a loud noise, janes digestion is inhibited and her heartbeat accelerates, suggesting her ___ nervous system is in control
medulla is to ___ as reticular formation is to ___
essential body functions, levels of arousal and consciousness
which of the following are regulated by the hypothalamus?
operation of basic drives such as eating
the brain is part of the ___ nervous system and the spinal cord is art of the ____ nervous system
within a neuron, communication is ___. between neurons, communication is ____
the structure that allows the two cerebral hemispheres to communicate is the
the majority of the cortex, devoted to the ___, of information is called the ___ cortex
walking down a dark deserted street, brain suddenly hears footsteps behind hi. He starts to sweat and begins to run down the street, interpreting his sweating and running as an indication of fear. the particular description of an emotional experience most directly agrees with which of the following theories of emotion?
at dinner when john picks up his fork, his ___ nervous system controls the movement of his fingers. His ___ nervous system regulates his stomach and digestion of food.
after a car accident carl has some difficulty keeping his balance and also seems to have forgotten how to tie his shoes. it s most likely that carl has suffered damage to which of the following brain structures
the part of the brain that enables you to feel someone holding your hand is in the ___ lobe
brain is aggravated because he needs to discuss a group project with his classmate kevin who keeps ignoring him. when brain suggests a meeting time, kevin tells him that a meeting is impossible. brain then pushes kevin against a wall and rips up his appointment book. brains behaviorbest fits the ____ of aggression
after a couple orally agrees to purchase an appliance at a special price, the salesman tells them he misquoted the price, indicating it was only available for an out of stock model with fewer options. the couple then agrees to purchase the appliance at a higher price. it appears that the saleman effectivly used which of the following
low ball technique
michelle did not like horror movies but because her new friends wanted to see the newly released horror movie and michellle wanted them to like her, she agreed to go. this is an example of ___ social influence, as illustrated in the classic study of ___
normative, judgments of line length
which of the folllowing statements about milgrams investigations is false?
after the experiment, interviews with participants indicated they suffered harmful emotional distress
steve, who reallly dislikes vegetables, believes that the vast majority of his friends also dislike vegetables. steves believe illustrates which of the following
false consensus effect
dr lincoln decided to let the class vote on whether or not the due date for a paper should be postponed. to most accurately asses the opinions of the students in the class, how should dr lincoln conduct the vote?
ask the students to write down their preference on a secret ballet, then tally the votes
when michael first met naomi, he thought she was cold and aloof. although naoni later acted friendly toward michael he continued to think of her as cold. michaels failure to consider later experiences best illustrates which of the following?
alan did very poorly on his last history test. the tendency to make the fundamental attribution error might lead his teacher to conclude that alan did poorly because
he is unmotivated to do well in school
social loafing is the tendency to
exert less effort toward a common goal when in a group then when working alone
one of the results of festiger ans carlsmith's 1959 classic experiments that participants in the $1 group changed their attitudes because which of the following?
they had insufficient justification for lying.
after a rock concert a crowd of fans mobbed the stage, trampling other people in their way. it is most likely that this unrestrained behavior was a result of which of the follwoing?
in which of the following situations is social facilitation least likely to improve performance?
solving an unfamiliar complex puzzle.
the lack or response by observers to the brutal attack of kitty genovese could possibly be explained by
diffusion of responsibility
ashley and her friends tended to be against stem cell research. after discussing the issue, their group opinion was even more strongly against stem cell research. such a shift in attitudes of the group best illustrates ____
when leon was charged with raping his girlfriend, his defense attorney argued that his girlfriend had been wearing a very provocative outfit and went to his home when no one else was there. it appears as if the defense attorney was directly attempting to persuade the jurors to consider which of the following?
the just world hypothesis
a saleswomen displays a set of pots and pans and asks a sopper "what do you think this wonderful set of cookware is worth?" before teh shopper can answer, the saleswomen adds a set of utensils, and mentions a single selling price for the combination of pots, pans, and utensils. the shopper agrees to purchase the set. it appears that the saleswomen has effectively used which of the following?
olivia forgot to call her friend robert at the time she promised to call because she was confronted with an emergency situation at home. because olivia didnt call, robert thought she was angry with hin, but olivia realized she had forgotten because of the emergency. this difference in attributions BEST illustrated which of the following?
the actor-observer bias
linda was uncertain about the effects of a new county referendum for recognizing the school board. before casting her vote, she spoke to a few teachers she knew and respected in her neighborhood, and voted the same way they did. this ia an example of ___ social influence, as illustrated in the classic study involving ____
informational, autokinetic effect
nancy askes her mother if she can have three cookies before dinner, and her mother says no. nancy then asks if she can have just one cookie before dinner and her mother says yes. nancy's dual requests best illustrate which of the following?
door in the face technique
casisi complies with the requests of teachers, elder relatives, and his boss. however when a younger sibling or an acquaintance makes a request, he doesnt feel obligates to fulfill it. casis likes the security of feeling part of a group, so hell sometimes taunt or harass people who arent members of his ethnic group. casis' behavior is best explained by the ____ theory of prejudice
which of the following is the best example of positive punishment?
spanking a child for not obeying the rules results in decrease in disobedience
Jeffs cat is classically conditioned to come to the kitchen at the sound of the electric can opener. one day while jeff is doing some repairs in the kitchen, e notices that his cat comes running into the kitchen every time he uses his electric drill., which sounds similar to the can opener. in this situation, the cat is displaying ___
suppose three year old brett throws a temper tantrum at the check out counter because he wants some candy. to keep brett quiet his mother buys him a candy bar. in this example the candy bar is an example of ___ that according to operent conditioning principles willl ____ the probability of bretts throwing of another tantrum
david looks forward to the weekend when he is permitted to drive his dad's car. when david comes home several hours after curfew, his dad tells him he will not be permitted to drive the car for a month. in this example, not driving the car best illustrates which of the following?
candy is paid omission for every ten boxes she sells, illustrating a ___ schedule of reinforcement
frank begins training his dog sigmound to bring him the newspaper by giving sigmound a treat when the dog goes to the door. during successive attempts at training, he rewards sigmound with a treat when he sniffs the newspaper., picks up the newspaper in his mouth, and brings it to frank. in this example, frank is training the dog using which of the following?
as a child steven associated the smell of brownies baking with his grandmother, but when he got older he no longer thought of his grandmother when he smelled brownies baking. however one day steven went into a bakery, smelled fresh baked brownies, and immediately thought out his grandmother. in the terms of classical conditioning steven thinking of his grandmother in the bakery best illustrated which of the following?
sam is trying to condition his dog to salivate at a bell. he rings the bell and immediately after, while the bell is still ringing, he places food in the dogs mouth. sam is using ___ conditioning.
sam has conditioned her cats to come running when she shakes the box of kitty treats. in this case te treats serve as the ___
albert bendura's research on modeling demonstrated that
children are very likely to model aggressive behavior
gai is taking psychology because it is required course for her major, most directly that her motivation for taking the course is ___
which of the following is an example of an unconditioned response?
all of these are examples of unconditional responses
shivering on a cold day
pulling your hand away from a hot fire
blinking your eye when a buff of air is blown into it
checking for email messages is typically rewarded on a ___ reinforcement schedule
in the little albert study, fear of the white raat is to ___ as fear of the loud noise is to ___
tawana answers the phone if there are three short rings, but ignores the call if the rings are long. in terms of classical conditioning, tawana's different responses best illustrates which of the following
carla dislikes washing dishes. when carla shows her mother an excellent report card, her mother tells carla she does not have to do the dishes for a week. in this example, not doing the dishes best illustrates which of the following?
which of the following is the best example of a secondary reinforcer?
a gold star when you do good work
which theory of motivation suggests that our behavior is motivated by biological needs?
drive reduction theory
for several months after having an upset stomach on a bumpy airplane ride, jacqueline associated even the sight of an airplane with a feeling of sickness. however, a year later, she could fly again without distress. jacqueline's ability to fly again conformably suggests that her condition had undergone which of the following?
henry really liked to practice playing the guitar, but when his mother started rewarding him for doing so, he spent less time practicing. henry's reduced interest in practicing most directly illustrates which of the following?
the over justification effect
suppose the average incomes for households in the small community of hatcherville were 45000 50000 50000 53000 57000 375000. a real estate agent wants to portray the community as a high income area. what means of central tendency should the real estate agent use?
what is the mode of the folowing set of scores? 3 6 0 7 2 2 8
which of the folllowing data collection techniques would be the most effective way of investigating the relationship between political preferences and the economic status of north americans?
psychology is currently defined as the science of ___
human behavior and mental processes
to determine the effect of music on mental processes, dr majowski asks participants to study a list of words for two minutes. all participants study the same list of words but half study in silence and half study with music. after studying alll the words, all participants are asked to complete the saem set os mathematical problems for 1 minute then asked to recalll the words. dr majowski measures the percentage of words correctly recalled. what is the independant variable in this study?
study condition (music or silence)
as part of an experiment to test the effectiveness of a drug for depression, one group of participants receives a pill that does not contain any active ingredients. the inclusion of these participants most directly indicates that the experiment involves which of the following?
a placebo group
kellis psychology professor informs the class that she conducts research on problem solving and reasoning. kellis psychology professor is propably a proponant of the ___ perspective
which of the following correlation coefficients represents the variables with the weakest relationship?
roberto study about what people enjoy about listening to classical music. Roberto claims that it would be useless to isolate and listen to only a rhythm, a violin part, or any other single aspect of music because it is the perception of the complete piece that is important. robertos emphasis on not diving music into parts is most similar to
a psychologist with a biological perspective is interested in studying how human behavior is influenced by___
when jim witnessed his four year old nephew cry and whine until he received what he wanted, he tried to explained to his sister that she was conditioning the crying and whining based on environmental events. jims explanation of his nephews behavior is representative of the ___ perspective.
suppose aaron finds a correlation of -.64 between students' level of optimism and their scores on an exam. This correlation indicates which of the following?
more optimistic students have higher exam scores
in an attempt to be more objectively observe drinking behavior among fraternity members, henry joined a fraternity. henry is utilizing the ___ research method.
charlene is interested in determining whether the opinions of registered voters toward an increase in taxes for the public schools are influenced by the age of the voter. in her research she attempts to contact every 20th personon the voter registration lists. all registered votes constitute the ____ for this study and the people she contacts constitue the ___ for this study
a frequency distribution with a mean of 50 a median of 60 and a mode of 80 would be considered a ____
left skewed distribution
because jim was interested in the nest building of wrens, he went into the field to observe them. jim was using the ___ method f research
researchers have studied H.M., an amnesic, in depth over an extended period of time in order to fully understand his problems and to develop hypothesis for future research. the in-depth stud of h.m. is an example of the ___ research method
a psychologist who thinks current behavior is caused by unconscious conflicts was most likely trained in
what is the median of the following set of scores? 3 6 0 7 2 2 8
dr brandom studies how elementary school childrens grades and participation in after school activities differ as a function of whether they attend schools located in urban or rural environments. dr brandons research interests most likely reflect a ____ perspective
to encourage her students to learn to work independently mrs king works individually with each of us adjusting the amount and type of assistance to each students needs. mrs kings teaching style is known as ___
according to erikson, the maajor task adolescence involves a serarch for ___ if they are unsuccessful, adolescents will experience ___
identity, role iconfusion
dana understand that if eddieis taller than frank and george is taller then eddie, then george is taller then frank, dana has grasped the principle of ___ characteristic of a child in the ___ stage
transitivity, concrete operational
the biological sex of a person is determined by which of the following?
the 23 pair of chromosomes
in the strange situation, caroln responds by crying vehemently when her mother leaves and then responding joyfully when she returns. it is likely that carolyn has a(n) ___ attachment to her mother
leonard does not stay out beyond the time his parents set for curfew because he wants to avoid being grounded. leonard is displaying the ___ orientation characteristic of kohlberg's ___ morality
karen attends church because she wants to gain the approval of her friends who attends church regularly, displaying the ___ orientation, characteristic of kohlberg's ____ morality
good girl/good boy, conventional
after learning to say the name of his pet dog taco, tristan calls every dog he sees "taco". this best illustrates which of the following?
in nursery school stanley thinks that because he can see out of the window behind his teacher, his teacher can see out of the window also, even though she is facing away from the window. stanleys misperception best illustrates the meaning of ____
when aaron asks his parents to extend his curfew, they engage in a discussion about the pros and cons of doing so before coning to s decision that is best for both aaron and other family members. wen bob makes the same request to his parents they want to please him so they agree to a later curfe. aaron's parents exhibit an ___ parenting style and bobs parents exhibit a ___ parenting style.
nathans parents expect him to follow their rules and not ask questions about why a rule is necessary. their parenting style is best described as ____
when susan clearly understands that the number of pennies on the table remains the same when they are all clustered together and when they are all spread out. her understanding best illustrates the meaning of ____
in ainsworth's strange situation, michael explains the room, showing little distress when his mother leaves and not paying attention to her when she returns. michael is displaying signs of ___ attachment.
harlows study of attachment in infant monkeys revealed that
contact comfort was more important than nourishment to attachment formation
by himself, issac can begin to solve a mathematical problem, but cannot complete it unless a friends helps him. according to vygotsky, the difference between what issac can do by himself and what he can do with his friends help represents the zone of ____
until he went to the zoo, 2 year old davids schema for a cat was a smalll, furry animal that purred. when a lion roared at the zoo, davids dad said "listen to that big cat" the complexity of daivds schema for cats increased, best illustrating what piaget called ____
at 2 months old, cary will not search for a toy that disappears, but when he si 12 months old, he will look for a toy that has been completely hidden. This searching behavior provides evidence that Cary has acquired understanding of ____
although hannah understands the principle of conversation and basic mathematical operations, she has difficulty understanding hypothetical situations and attempts to solve problems unsystematicaly by trail and error. according to piaget, hannah has not yet attained the cognitive skills characteristic of the ____ stage
laurens children have grown and left home and occasionally she feels like her life has lost its meaning. recently she has begun volunteering at a nearby elementary school and is beginning to feel useful again. according to eriksons psychosocial theory, lauren is most likely in hich stage of adult development?
generativity vs stagnation
at 4 years old, olivia is beginning to assume responsibility for such talks as feeding her dog, but feels badly when she is scolded by her parents for attempting to take the dog for a walk by herself. olivias behavior and feelings most likely correspond to which of eriksons stages?
initiative vs guilt
the forgetting curve for long term memory initially shows ___ followed by a _____
very fast decline, leveling off
an experimenter presents a small amount of information to a participant and then immediately distracts her from rehearsal by asking her to count backwards from 100 by 3s,. this task would most likely be useful in studying
short term memory duration
remembering how to type on a keyboard is an examples of which of the following types of memories?
when she was in the living room, the light flickered, and jane went to the kitchen to get a new bulb from the cabinet. however when she got to the kitchen, she forgot why she went there. as soon as she returned to the living roooom and saw the flickering light, she remembered why she had gone to the kitchen. this memory difficulty most clearly illustrates which of the following?
you recently heard a friend say that the presidential candidate received several speeding tickets when he was younger. you later recall this information as coming from a newspaper article. in this example you are most likely experienceing
which of the following statements about false memory is/are true?
none of these statements are true
therapist are unable to implant false memories
an overwhelming majority of memory researchers believe in the accuracy of recovered memories
there is no empirical evidence to refute claims that recovered memories are accurate
sandra remembers her grocery list by associating each item with a different landmark en route to te grocery store. which mnamonic is sandra using?
method of loci
which of the following statements about sensory memory if false?
in sensory memory, the auditory register is dominant
individuals suffering from ___ amnesia are unable to store new ____ memories that are believed to be processed in the ____
anterograde, explicit, hippocampus
after he had a few beers, larry reorganized the closet where he kept his sporting equipment. the next day he could not find his tennis racquet. however the following weekend, after having a few beers, larry remembered where he put his racquet, an example of ____
state dependent memory
isabel studied Spanish all through high school and the first two years of college. however she never visited any Spanish speaking communities and has not spoken the language in over 10 years. her inability to remember the spanish word for horse is likely attributed to
whenever francesca is angry with her brother gerald she more easily recalls many of the times she had been treated unfairly by others in the past. which of the following best explains this?
mood congruent effect
if a professor is testing your recal ability she is most likely to use ____ exams
after witnessing a crime, robert was asked whether or not he could select the suspect from a lineup, measure of ___
according to the three stage model of memory, in what sequence does incoming information flow through memory?
sensory memory, short term memory, long term memory
zachary typically parks his car in the parking lot by the library. on Wednesday the library lot was full so he parked by the administration building. after class he headed to the library parking lotto get his car and was dismayed when he could not find it. this memory difficulty is mos clearly illustrates which of the following theories of forgetting?
when Katie was making a cake using a new reciepe she mistakenly used some of the ingredients from an old recipe she had used often, best illustrating ____ interference. when laurel got a new combination lock, she forgot the combination for her old lock, best illustrating ____ interference
kathleen studies a section of her textbook every other night, rather then waiting until the night before a quiz to study an entire chapter. kathleen is most clearly relying on which of the following to improve ehr quiz performance?
a research participant is asked to recall a list of 20 words he was just been asked to learn one at a time. when he recalls more words from the beginning then the middle of the list, it is called the ___ effect and is most likely due to recall from ____
primacy, long term memory
laura vividly remembers her high school , an example of ___ memory, but hes forgotten the meaning of the term photosynthesis a failure of ___ memory.
which of the following is an example of an anxiety disorder?
bonnie is constantly anxious because she is always thinking about the dangers of slipping and falling. whenever he leaves the apartment, charlie immediately goes back at least ten times to check that the door is locked. bonnie's thoughts best illustrate an ____ and charlies behavior best illustrates a ____
in schizophrenia, loss of speech is considered a ____ symptom and false sensory perceptions are considered are considered a ____ symptom
according to the vulnerability stress model
environmental stress determines whether or not schizophrenia develops among those who are biologically predisposed to the disorder
frank sits in the same position for several hours at a time, then begins rocking back and forth constantly. frank is most clearly exhibiting one of the symptoms of ____ schizophrenia
when ellen speaks, it is difficult to understand what she is trying to say. her words don't appear to fit together and she jumps from one topic to another, as if following a series of weekly connected associations. ellen is most clearly exhibiting one of the symptoms of ___ schizophrenia
stephen shows total disregard for the rights of others and for moral rules. such lack of concern best illustrates an ____personality disorder
the bio-social approach is an example of which of the following?
a way of explaining abnormal behavior as an interaction of multiple factors
in the rosenhan 1973 study who realized that the false patients were faking their symptoms?
other patients but not the staff
henry seems to express himself in an organized manner and demonstrates appropriate emotions. however he hears voices that say "we are coming to get you" and believes that aliens have entered his room in attempt to kidnap him. henry is most clearly exhibiting the symptoms of ____ schizophrenia
marians therapit has spontaneously asked her to sdescribe without editing her thoughts feelings and any images that come to mind. it is most likely that marians therapist relies on ____ therapy because of its emphasis on ___
to help janet overcome her fear of the dark, her therapist immediately sends her to a room with no windows and turns off all the lights in the room. janet is participating in a form of ___ therpy known as ___
counter conditioning exposure, flooding
nathan sits down in his therapists office and says "i am a complete failure. everything i do results in complete disaster" a therapist who has adopted to a rational emotive therapeutic approach would be most likely to respond
"snap out of it! you need to get a grip on reality"
george has experienced a schizophrenic episode in the past, but now has only a few symptoms of the disorder, an expressionless face and a monotoness voice. george would most likely be characterized as a ____ schizophrenic
for no apparent reason, yolanda sometimes feels dizzy, experiences shortness of breath and starts trembling and sweating. which of the following appears to be the most appropriate classification for yolandas problem?
victoria has a marked and persistent fear of people commenting on the manner in which she eats, so she constantly declines all dinner invitations. which of the following appears to be the most appropriate classification for victorias problem?
for over 6 months, alicia has experienced considerable distress from constant worry about a wide variety of events that are beyond her control. which of the following appears to be the most appropriate classification for alicias problem?
generalized anxiety disorder
for over a week, barbara, sleeping very little but having lots of energy, has spent considerable money on shopping sprees for new clothes. she talks rapidly and constantly about how she will use her new wardrobe to become an immediate success as a model. barbera is demonstrating many of the symptoms of ___ which is related to one of the ___ disorders
a manic episode, mood
karen believes that the tv is controlling her thoughts by sending cable signals to her brain while she is sleeping, illustrating a ___ symptom of schizophrenia. karl believes that he is the current president of the united states and the real president is an impostor, illustrating a ___ symptom of schizophrenia
william will walk up 20 flights of stairs rather than take an elevator because he is afraid he could not escape if the elevator stalled.which of the following appears to be the most appropriate classification for williams problem?
victoria gets upset if anything on her desk is out of place. her pencils are always sharpened in the pencil holder. her rubber bands, separated by size, are alll in a special box, and her paper clips aslo sorted by size and are to the left of the box of rubber bands. vikies concern with organization suggests she has which of the following fixations?
like adler, henry emphasized the importance of ___ in the development of personality, but unlike adler, henry also emphasized the importance of ___ as a source of personality problems
social experiences, insecurity
which of the following is the correct ordering of Maslows hierarchy of needs, from bottom to top?
physiological, safety, belonging and love, self esteem and self actualization
which of the following neo-freudian psychologists emphasized a striving for superiority?
both rodgers and maslow developed theories of personality that emphasized which of the following?
development of ones fullest potential
the ___ is to pleasure as the ___ is to reality
peters aggressive tendencies have been well rewarded because his status as a nationally recognized professional football player has brought him significant emotional and financial rewards. frued would suggest that peters football career is an expression of the defense mechanism ____
the major criticism of freud by neo-freudians was
an overemphasis on psychosexual development and sexual drives
the 8 personality types developed by ____ are the basis for the ____
jung, myers-briggs type indicator
george talks almost constantly, chews gum, and is extremely mistrustful of others. to freud, these behaviors would suggest that george is fixated in the ___ range
marian is taking a personality test that involves looking at pictures and creating stories about them. marian is taking the ___ test and is most likely being tested by a therapist in the ___ tradition
thematic apperception, psychoanalytic
7 year old ryan cried when he made an error in a little league baseball game because he believed that his dad would not love him as much if he did not play well. according to carl rogers, ryan does not think that his dad is offering him ___
unconditional positive regard
when treys parents take away his allowance because he came home after curfew, trey yells at his younger brother for simply coming into treys room. treys behavior most clearly resembles which of the following defense mechanisms?
karen, disappointed she finished last in a race, concluded that she had no athletic ability, that she couldnt do anything well, and that there was nothing she could do to improve. her conclusions best illustrate which of the following?
according to eysenks three factor theory, n individual would most likely score ___ on psychoticism-impule control if he were aggressive and ___ on extraversion-introversion id he were shy
which of the following the five factors?
according to freud the ___ mind contains information that you have stored in memory and are not currently aware of but can access
whenever nora does poorly on an exam, she takes responsibility for not studying hard enough. because she demonstrated an internal locus of control, she is likely to
do all of these things
do better in school
cop welll with the stress of life
the most used personality test used in the world, the ___ is an example of an ___ test
which of the following researchers to losing a game is most illustrative of self-serving bias?
"i lost because the weather was miserable"
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