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AP Psychology Finals Questions (Back of Book, Quizzes, Tests)
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By seeking to measure "atoms of the mind," who established the first psychology laboratory? (Module 1 Back of Book)
Which philosopher proposed that nerve pathways allowed for reflexes? (Module 1 Back of Book)
Who coined the term "tabula rasa" (blank slate) to help explain the impact experience has on shaping an individual? (Module 1 Back of Book)
Which of the following best describes research typical of Wilhelm Wundt's first psychology laboratory? (Module 1 Back of Book)
Measuring the reaction time between hearing a sound and pressing a button.
With which of the following statements would John B. Watson most likely agree? (Module 1 Back of Book)
Psychology should focus on observable behavior.
Which of the following perspectives is most likely to address how the encoding, storing, and retrieval of information might alter our thoughts? (Module 2 Back of Book)
Who among the following would most likely to study the interaction of people, machines, and physical environments? (Module 2 Back of Book)
Psychiatrists differ from psychologists in that they (Module 2 Back of Book)
are medical doctors licensed to prescribe medication.
A humanistic psychologist working with some poets might ask which of the following questions? (Module 2 Back of Book)
How can we get them to reach their highest potential?
Betsy works in a human resources department. She plans training sessions, recruits people to work for the company, and implements techniques to boost morale around the office. Of the following, Betsy is most likely a(n) (Module 2 Back of Book)
Which of the following psychologists most strongly emphasize that human behavior is powerfully influenced by the interaction between people and their physical, social, political, and economic environments? (Module 3 Back of Book)
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