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Date Created: 10/15/14
Mary Roach Study Soup Example Notes Study Guide for Chapter 1 Material Composed of my own Sample Questions based on quizzes lectures and chapter readings I have created a question bank of 150 questions for the material in the first four chapters useful for preparing for the final amp am creating another question bank useful for preparing for the upcoming midterm amp the final exam 1 A researcher published an article proposing a theory that body language is central to human communication He keeps in mind that his theory may or may not be supported by the evidence and may be proven wrong The researcher s perspective illustrates the scientific thinking principle of a Falsifiability b Replicability c Extraordinary claims d Occam s razor 2 According to Occam s Razor evaluation of psychological phenomena demands the most explanation to account for the available data a Complex b Popular c Conventional d Simple 3 The term refers to phenomena like ESP that fall outside the realm of traditional science a Peripatetic b Pattemetic c Mystical Mary Roach Study Soup Example Notes d Paranormal 4 Assuming that something is so simply because a teacher or religious authority said it is so is an example of a Appeal to authority fallacy b Circular reasoning fallacy c Hasty generalization fallacy d Naturalistic fallacy 5 Dr Xavier is conducting an experimental research study to determine the effect of a specific medication on stomach pain Despite the fact that she should use a double blind approach to avoid the in uence of bias she tells herself I won t fall for any experimenter bias because I m more objective than most researchers Which fallacy is she committing a The not me fallacy b The bandwagon fallacy c The circular reasoning fallacy d The quasi experiment fallacy Answers 1 A 2 D 3 D 4 A 5A


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