5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Infants develop a fear of strangers at about 8 months of age because they can't assimilate unfamiliar faces into their
- 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
- In most nonhuman mammals, female sexual receptivity is greatest when
- Most people are likely to be surprised by the results of Milgram's initial obedience experiments because
- The pop-out phenomenon illustrates that some stimuli almost inevitably trigger
- a schemas.
- b estrogen levels are highest.
- c selective attention.
- d the "teachers" were more obedient than most people would have predicted.
- e inattentional blindness.
5 Multiple choice questions
- hormone secretions and finger temperatures
- selective attention.
- social-cognitive perspective.
- originate at about the time of birth.
- aversive conditioning.
5 True/False questions
After imagining and then writing about various tragedies, such as people being burned and disfigured, university women expressed increased → generalization.
The placebo effect best illustrates the impact of ________ on feelings and behaviors. → positive expectations.
Research has shown that neck-level spinal cord injuries reduce the intensity of certain emotional experiences. This finding supports the → James-Lange theory.
In answering multiple-choice test items, smart test-takers are best advised to → recall the correct answer to each question before reading the alternative answers.
The basic components of emotion are → release.