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Psychology Test Corrections

by: Lily Grace Castle

Psychology Test Corrections Bible 1093-03

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Date Created: 08/03/16
Lily Grace Castle Ms. Carla Brookins Intro to Psychology 20 April 2016 Test Corrections 2. C—L. L. Thurstone “Thurstone…mathematically identified seven clusters of primary mental  abilities.”—p.386 7. B—the Yerkes­Dodson Law 2 psychologists “studied the relationship of arousal to performance…moderate  arousal would lead to optimal performance.”—p.422 10. D—Stanford­Binet; WAIS The Binet test was designed to predict school children’s mental age by a mental  aptitude test.  Stanford students got a hold of it and added some of their own  ideas, but still calculates mental age.—p.393­394 12. D—two­factor theory Arousal + label = emotion.  Exactly what Harley did in both situations.—p.461 13. C—Instinct “Complex behavior must…be unlearned.”—p.420 14. D—Philip Zimbardo Philip Zimbardo took Stanford students and made some prison guards and some  prisoners.  The experiment took a turn for the worst and all the students started to  really act the part.—p.522 15. B—Type D “Suppress their negative emotion to avoid social disapproval.  The negative  emotion…is mainly distress.  Having a Type D personality significantly increases  risk for mortality and nonfatal heart attack.”—p.498 18. D—Drive reduction “Theory of motivation…was replaced by drive­reduction theory.  The  physiological aim of drive reduction is homeostasis.”—p.421 19. A—a drop in her testosterone level “Among women with mates, sexual desire rises slightly at ovulation…when there  is a small surge of testosterone.”—p.434 21. C—The “teachers” were more obedient than most people would have predicted People expected that when the “teacher” shocked the “learner” to the point of  pain, they would stop, but 60% of the “teachers” went all the way.—p.528 22. D—Project Head Start “Head Start increases school readiness and gives a modest boost to later health  and high school completion rate.”—p.409


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