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  1. Research has shown that neck-level spinal cord injuries reduce the intensity of certain emotional experiences. This finding supports the
  2. The participants in Philip Zimbardo's simulated prison study
  3. The occipital lobes are to _______ as the temporal lobes are to _______.
  4. The set of prescribed behaviors associated with a particular social position is best described as a(n)
  5. Two counterconditioning techniques for replacing unwanted responses include
  1. a were so endangered by their role-playing experience that the study was discontinued.
  2. b seeing; hearing
  3. c James-Lange theory.
  4. d aversive conditioning and exposure therapy.
  5. e role.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. hypothalamus
  2. population
  3. social-cognitive perspective.
  4. the sample will probably not be representative of the population of interest.
  5. expressive behaviors, physiological arousal, and conscious experience.

5 True/False questions

  1. Unlike ducklings, children do not imprint. Their fondness for certain people, however, is fostered bymere exposure.

          

  2. In which type of research would an investigator manipulate one factor in order to observe its effect on some behavior or mental process?women's sexual interests are somewhat influenced by the phases of their menstrual cycles.

          

  3. Dogs strapped into a harness and given repeated and unavoidable shocks developedwomen's sexual interests are somewhat influenced by the phases of their menstrual cycles.

          

  4. A general sense of happiness or life satisfaction is most unrelated to whether peoplefalse memories often feel as real as true memories.

          

  5. One naturalistic observation of pedestrians found that half of the people on cellphones exhibit unsafe road crossing. This illustrates the impact ofselective attention.