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  1. Infants develop a fear of strangers at about 8 months of age because they can't assimilate unfamiliar faces into their
  2. In one experiment, most of the participants who viewed a videotape of men tossing a basketball remained unaware of an umbrella-toting woman sauntering across the screen. This illustrated
  3. In most nonhuman mammals, female sexual receptivity is greatest when
  4. Most people are likely to be surprised by the results of Milgram's initial obedience experiments because
  5. The pop-out phenomenon illustrates that some stimuli almost inevitably trigger
  1. a schemas.
  2. b estrogen levels are highest.
  3. c selective attention.
  4. d the "teachers" were more obedient than most people would have predicted.
  5. e inattentional blindness.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. hormone secretions and finger temperatures
  2. selective attention.
  3. social-cognitive perspective.
  4. originate at about the time of birth.
  5. aversive conditioning.

5 True/False questions

  1. After imagining and then writing about various tragedies, such as people being burned and disfigured, university women expressed increasedgeneralization.

          

  2. The placebo effect best illustrates the impact of ________ on feelings and behaviors.positive expectations.

          

  3. Research has shown that neck-level spinal cord injuries reduce the intensity of certain emotional experiences. This finding supports theJames-Lange theory.

          

  4. In answering multiple-choice test items, smart test-takers are best advised torecall the correct answer to each question before reading the alternative answers.

          

  5. The basic components of emotion arerelease.