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5 Matching questions

  1. Lee was momentarily terrified as a passing automobile nearly sideswipes his car. When one of his passengers joked that he almost had a two-color car, Lee laughed uncontrollably. Lee's emotional volatility best illustrates
  2. A general sense of happiness or life satisfaction is most unrelated to whether people
  3. One naturalistic observation of pedestrians found that half of the people on cellphones exhibit unsafe road crossing. This illustrates the impact of
  4. After the horror of 9/11, many people said the CIA and FBI should obviously have foreseen the likelihood of this form of terrorism. This perception most clearly illustrates
  5. The ability to distinguish between a conditioned stimulus and similar stimuli that do not signal an unconditioned stimulus is called
  1. a the spillover effect.
  2. b are well educated.
  3. c hindsight bias.
  4. d selective attention.
  5. e discrimination.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. mirror neurons.
  2. a hypothesis.
  3. aversive conditioning.
  4. hormone secretions and finger temperatures
  5. have greater reproductive potential than do women.

5 True/False questions

  1. Research on sex hormones and human sexual behavior indicates thatwomen's sexual interests are somewhat influenced by the phases of their menstrual cycles.

          

  2. Three Key attitudes of scientific inquiry arecuriosity, skepticism, and humility.

          

  3. In Milgram's obedience experiments, "teachers" exhibited a somewhat lower level of compliance when an experimenter's orders whenthe experiment was not associated with a prestigious institution like Yale University.

          

  4. At about 8 months, children become increasingly likely to react to newcomers with tears and distress. This best illustrateswomen's sexual interests are somewhat influenced by the phases of their menstrual cycles.

          

  5. When golden hamsters were repeatedly threatened and attacked while young, they suffered long-term changes inbrain chemistry.