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1.as discussed in your text, which statement best illustrates fluid intelligence?

 

A. Caldwell critically evaluate the likely cause of kidney stones.

 

B. Got the side quickly memorize 12 digit code

 

C. Alex recalls the writing pattern and deftly reconnects the power lead to the battery.

 

D. Dylan scribbles the draft of poultry onto the back of an envelope.


 

2.to formulate a general definition of emotion, it will be most accurate to say that

 

A. And emotion is a specific reaction to a perceived change in a situation.

 

B. emotion is a feeling states evoked by an expressed behavior.

 

C. emotions are adaptive physiological responses to feeling.

 

D.emotions and feelings that have both physiological and cognitive elements.

 

3. Steinberg concept of practical intelligence is most directly related to

 

A.multiple intelligences

 

B.information processing

 

C.emotional intelligence

 

D.overall success in living

 

4. in the context of intellectual disability, the great majority of people so challenged are classified as being___retarded.

 

A. variably

 

B. Severely

 

C. moderately

 

D. mildly

 

5.I show you a picture of an adult figure hovering over a sleeping child. I ask you to tell me a story about what you think is happening. Which kind of projective tests am I using?


A. behavioral assessment test

 

B.Thematic apperception test

 

C. Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory – two

 

D.rorschach test

 

 

6.in Piaget’s model of cognitive development, a child’s tendency to view the world entirely from his or her own perspective is referred to as

 

A. The sensorimotor stage

 

B. Egocentric thought

 

C. The concrete operational stage

 

D. Metacognition

 

7.the original purpose in constructing the MMPI – two was

 

A. Screening job applications



B. Identifying psychological disorders



C. Identifying a client’s optimal choices among occupations



D. Screening college applications



 



8.in late adulthood, changes in the memory may not be inevitable; however, any decline in memory tends to involve____memory.



 



A. Intrinsic



B. Episodic



C. Semantic



D. Implicit



 



9. during middle childhood, the most clearly marked biological changes is related to



 



A.weight loss



B.reproductive capabilities



C.memory loss



D.the so-called midlife transition



 



10.if you support the idea that physiological arousal and the experience of the associated motion will occur simultaneously, you’ll agree with



 



A.James – Lange theory of the motion



B.cannon – Bard theory of emotion



C.biological emotion – activation theory



D.schachter – Singer Deary of a motion



 



11.according to Eric Erickson, generativity – versus stagnation is the typical change of



 



A.early childhood



B.old age



C.middle adulthood



D.adolescence



 



12.it’s becoming increasingly apparent to researchers that infants are born with



 



A.innate temperaments



B.low self-esteem



C.high self-esteem



D.developed personalities



 



13.you maintain that physical changes in late adulthood are largely related to build and time limits cells reproduction. It’s safe to say that you endorse the____theory of aging



 



A.genetic reprogramming



B.disengagement



C.wear and tear



D.amyloid precursor



 



14.in the___theory of motivation,___motivation is to satisfaction provided by activities that are their own reward as__motivation is to the satisfaction derived from the reward them some kind of behavior, such as money or status.



 



A.Drive – reduction; dependent; autonomous



B.cognitive; autonomous; dependent



C.drive – reduction; extrinsic; intrinsic



d.cognitive; intrinsic; extrinsic



 



15.according to Bandura, the extent to which we feel we’re able to meet a challenge or pursue a task a favorable outcome is our level of



 



A.self-esteem



B.extraversion



C.self efficacy



D.openness to experience



 



16.which statement about anorexia nervosa is true?



 



A.sufferers are usually males between the ages of 12 and 40



B.typically, the lives of an anorexic centers on sex



c. people with this disorder may well be attractive and successful



d.anorexics almost never starve to death, although they may dive from other disorders



 



17. In the research conducted by Hans Eysenck, factor analysis was used to identify_____basic personality dimensions. Of these, the tendencies to distort reality was labeled:



 



A. five; Neuroticism



B. three; psychoticism



C. Three; extraversion



D. Five; conscientiousness



 



18.and the brunette IQ test, and IQ score is equal to MA divided by CA times 100. In this formula,” MA”is to mental age as”CA”is to



 



A. Cognitive age



B. Chronological age



C. Calculated ability



D. Common age



 



19.if you agree with B.F.Skinner as to the nature of the personality, you would also agree that



 



A. Personality is shaped by people’s thoughts, feelings, expectations, and values



B.human personality is largely shaped through observational learning



C.traits like sociability arises from unconscious wishes to be liked by others



D.humans are infinitely changeable because they can learn new behavior patterns



 



20.which of the following statements regarding the outcome of Mary Ainsworth’s strange situation spearmint is most accurate?



 



A.disorganized – disoriented behaviors proceeds a secure attachment



B.avoidant children cry when the mother returns to the playroom



C.ambivalent children may both hit and embrace their mothers on her return



D.only two-year-olds are capable of showing a secure attachment



 



21.Carol is most likely to reject the ____theory of aging because she pictures the body as a machine that stops working properly as the parts wear out



 



A.genetic reprogramming



B.disengagement



C.wear and tear



D.activity



 



22. having been attacked and bitten by a German shepherd, Sam reacts with fear on spotting a large dog. According to recent developments in the brain research the linking rope of the______ is paramount in the recall of this sort of spirit evoked stimulus.



 



A. Left temporal lobe



B. Hippocampus



C. Visual cortex



d. amygdala



 



23. According to Rogers, we can overcome the the discrepancy between our self-concept and our experience through



 



A. Conditional positive regard



B. Unconditional cognitive regard



C. Balancing conditional positive and conditional negative self regard



D. Unconditional positive regard



 



24.according to your textbook statement of kohlberg’s theory of moral development, a focus on rewards and punishment in respect to a moral dilemma is characteristics of

A. Children who haven’t reached the conventional stage of moral development



B. Adolescents who have reached the conventional level of moral development



c. Adolescents who have reached the formal operational stage of moral development



D. Children who haven’t grasped the principle of object constancy.



 



25.in maslow’s needs hierarchy, people whose need for_____has been fulfilled are poised to ascend to the level of self actualization.

A.esteem



B.achievement



C.love and belongingness



D.safety

 

 

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1. C. Alex recalls the writing pattern and deftly reconnects the power lead to the battery

2. D. emotions and feelings