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Psychology 110

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Psychology 110 Psychology 110

Sabrina Waldhwa
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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Chapter 1 Psychology Quiz On Launchpad 1. Contemporary psychologists continue to debate some of the ideas behind the doctrine of interactive dualism introduced by Rene Descartes, which states that: a. Mind and body work independently to produce sensations, emotions, and conscious experiences b. The mind is primarily responsible for the production of sensations, emotions, and conscious experiences c. The body is primarily responsible for the production of sensations, emotions, and conscious experiences d. Mind and body are separate entities by interact to produce sensations, emotions, and conscious experiences 2. Edward Titchener (1867-1927) started a school of thought in psychology called: a. Structuralism b. Functionalism c. Psychoanalysis d. Behaviorism 3. Freud believed that human behavior was motivated by unconscious conflicts that were almost always ______ or _______ in nature. a. Positive, sexual b. Aggressive, positive c. Fearful; aggressived d. Sexual; aggressive 4. Behaviorism differs from psychoanalysis MOST notably in the behaviorists’ emphasis on: a. That which is not observable b. Processes that cannot be learned c. That which is observable d. Behaviors that cannot be measured 5. Findings on the phenomenon called social loafing have reminded researches about the importance of studying _____ perspectives of psychology. a. Evolutionary b. Cross-cultural c. Psychodynamic d. Ethnocentric 6. Scientific confidence in a study’s findings is increased if others can successfully ______ the findings. a. Cite b. Operationalize c. Replicate d. Present 7. Palm reading is an example of a: a. Theory b. Operational definition c. Pseudoscience d. Variable 8. Of the following statements about ethical principles, which is the most accurate? a. The use of deception is appropriate under special conditions b. It is not ethical to use animals in psychological research c. It is not ethical to use humans in psychological research 9. Karen is going to measure happiness based on how frequently a person smiles or laughs. The measure of happiness is called her ____ definition. a. Hypothetical b. Variable c. Operational d. Conclusive 10. The National Health and Social Life Survey gathered information about the sexual practices of U.S. adults between the ages of 18 and 59. This is an example of _____, in that every member of the larger group has an equal chance of being selected for inclusion in the sample. a. Variability b. Random assignment c. Random Selection d. Representation 11. Which of the following statements is MOST accurate? a. Correlation does not mean causation b. Causation has practical application c. Correlation means causation d. Causation does not mean correlation 12. A research situation in which both researches and participants are not aware of critical information would be considered an ____ study a. Double-blind b. Unethical c. Demanding d. Single-blind


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