Psychology Questions?

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I need some help with some psychological issues. If anyone knows the answer to any of them, would be greatly appreciated! These are very basic questions of psychology. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1. A researcher is more likely to find a positive correlation between MedlinePlus A.) intelligence and academic success MedlinePlus B.) economic poverty and physical health MedlinePlus C.), self-esteem and depression MedlinePlus D.) grades and school absences
MedlinePlus 2. The visual cortex is activated when blind people read Braille. This best illustrates MedlinePlus A.) plasticity MedlinePlus B.) aphasia MedlinePlus C.) hemispherectomy MedlinePlus D.) tomography MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 3. What lobe of the brain receive the input that enables you to feel someone scratching your back? MedlinePlus A.) parietal MedlinePlus B.) temporary MedlinePlus C.) occipital MedlinePlus D.) front MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 4. The simultaneous processing of information, both unconscious conscicous called MedlinePlus A.) the cocktail effect MedlinePlus B.) USDA Agricultural Research pop-out phenomenon C.)
dual processing D.) neuroadaptation MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 5. During the course of a night's sleep, people are more likely to spend more time on MedlinePlus A.) stage 4 sleep in stage 2 sleep MedlinePlus B.) REM sleep in stage 4 sleep MedlinePlus C) Stage 3 sleep than in REM sleep MedlinePlus D.) REM sleep in stage 2 sleep MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 6. Temperament of a child is likely to be
A.) difficult to observe MedlinePlus B.) stable over time MedlinePlus C.) a product of parenting style MedlinePlus D.) a reflection of its kind scheme MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 7. Compared to environmentally impoverished rats, those rats housed in enriched environments experienced a dramatic increase in the number of its
A.) genomes MedlinePlus B.) schemes MedlinePlus C.) synapses MedlinePlus D.) The sex hormones MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 8. The first time that 4-year-old Sarah saw her older brother play a flute, she thought it was just a whistle lalarge. Sarah's initial understanding of the flute best illustrates the process of MedlinePlus A.) assimilation MedlinePlus B.) conversation MedlinePlus C.) Housing MedlinePlus D.) maturation MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 9. Studies of monkeys raised with artificial mothers suggest that mother-infant emotional bonds result primarily from mothers to infants MedlinePlus A.) MedlinePlus adequate food B.) MedlinePlus contact body C.) the opportunity to explore MedlinePlus D.) self MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 10. A perception is a MedlinePlus sete A.) tendency to fill gaps MedlinePlus receive a complete, whole object B.) readiness to perceive an object of unfairly negative MedlinePlus C.) the tendency to see objects in our field of view MedlinePlus D.) mindset that influences what we perceive MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 11. Tympanic vibrations are transmitted to the cochlea of ​​a piston consisting
A.) protruding hair cells MedlinePlus B.) MedlinePlus basilar membrane C.), the hammer, anvil and stirrup MedlinePlus D.) bipolar and ganglion cells
MedlinePlus 12. Paul and Michael sell magazine subscriptions by phone. Paul is paid $ 1.00 for every five calls you make, while Michael is paid $ 1.00 for each subscription you sell, regardless of the number of calls you make. Paul telephoning is reinforced on a __________ schedule, while Michael is reinforced on a schedule of ___________. MedlinePlus A.) variable ratio, fixed ratio MedlinePlus B.) fixed ratio, variable-ratio MedlinePlus C.) fixed-ratio, variable-interval MedlinePlus D.) fixed interval, variable ratio MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 13. A real estate agent showed Gavin several pictures of a property on the lake while eating a delicious, delicious food. Later, when Gavin was given a tour of the property, drooling pleasure. For Gavin, the property was a lake MedlinePlus A.) USA MedlinePlus B.) CS MedlinePlus C.) UR MedlinePlus D.) CR MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 14. Ebbinghaus discovered that the rate at which we forget newly learned information is initially MedlinePlus A.) and subsequently remains slow slow MedlinePlus B.) slow and then speeds up MedlinePlus C.) and then remains
quick fast D.) rapid then slows
MedlinePlus 15. Loftus and Palmer asked two groups of observers how fast two cars had been going in a road traffic accident. Observers who heard the vividly descriptive word "smashed" in relation to the accident later recalled MedlinePlus A.) The broken glass at the accident scene MedlinePlus B.) that the drivers of the vehicles were intoxicated MedlinePlus C.) that the drivers of the vehicles were men MedlinePlus D.) the details of the accident with vivid accuracy MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 16. Self-actualizing people, described by Maslow, are less likely to be highly MedlinePlus A.) MedlinePlus compassionate B.) religious MedlinePlus C.), according to MedlinePlus D.) self acceptance MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 17. Emma thinks it will be successful in business if you work hard and manage your time carefully. His belief more cleary illustrates MedlinePlus A.) The reciprocal determinism MedlinePlus B.) MedlinePlus unconditoinal positive consideration C) formation reaction
D) an internal locus of control MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 18. Psychiatrists and psychologists label behavior as disordered when MedlinePlus A.) MedlinePlus aggressive, persistent and deliberate B.) MedlinePlus selfish, habitual, and avoidable C.)
deviant, distressing and dysfunctional D.) biologically influenced, unconsciously motivated, and difficult to change
Answer1gbuggy94Answered at 2012-10-13 19:33:41
Please ask your teacher . It is important that you learn to do . It is a vital skill . I know you want immediate answers , but it is actually more important . MedlinePlus Good Luck .
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