PSYCH1100 – One-year-old Jane is not overly fearful of strangers but she clearly prefers to be held by

Question
2

 

One-year-old
Jane is not overly fearful of strangers but she clearly prefers to be held by
her mother than by anyone else. Her behavior illustrates:

 

• Question
8

 

You
have a pair of pliers and a bag of nuts in the shell. You are lamenting the
fact that you can t shell the nuts because you do not have a nutcracker. Your
inability to perceive the pliers as a makeshift nutcracker demonstrates _____
on your part.

 

• Question
12

 

Which
of the following statements is INCORRECT?

 

• Question
16

 

Which
of the following is most likely to have been learned through classical
conditioning?

 

• Question 19

 

Neal
and Joe met recently at an accounting job fair. Neal lost his job when his
company downsized last week and even though it came as a complete surprise, he
was given two months severance pay to hold him over until he finds a new
position. Joe, on the other hand decided to quit his job to look for another
and he has two months of vacation pay to hold him over until he finds a new
position. What, if any stress are Neal and Joe experiencing?

 

• Question
20

 

Sensation
differs from perception because sensation involves _______________.

 

• Question
26

 

After
seeing his co-worker rewarded with a gift certificate to the nicest restaurant
in town for getting to work on time every day for a year, Colin never got to
work late again. This is an example of _____________.

 

• Question
28

 

Doreen
thinks that her brother, Darren, got more sandwich than she did because their
father cut Darren s sandwich into quarters, while hers was left in one piece.
Doreen s reasoning is typical of a child in the _________ stage of cognitive
development.

 

• Question
29

 

Shahid
was in a serious automobile accident on a snowy evening last winter that caused
him to feel anxious every time it snowed and he had to get behind the wheel.
After a few months, Shahid s fear of driving in the snow disappeared. To Shahid
s surprise, the first snowfall of the next year once again brought back his
fear of driving in the snow. The return of Shahid s fear can best be described
by the behavioral concept of _______________.

 

• Question
31

 

The
order of the basic memory processes in which information enters our memory
system and is used later is

 

• Question
32

 

On
Travis first date, he and his girlfriend danced to the country song Red Neck
Woman. Every time Travis hears that song on his favorite country music station
he thinks of his girlfriend and gets a warm feeling. Travis only gets these
warm feelings when he hears Red Neck Woman and not when he hears other country
songs. Travis behavior is an example of ________________.

 

• Question
35

 

A
student s organized set of expectations about how a college professor is
supposed to act is an example of a _________.

 

• Question
36

 

Using
electrical stimulation to compete with or block pain signals involves a

 

 

 

• Question
39

 

While
boating one afternoon with his father, Ernesto Jr. was given a gift certificate
by the local Coast Guard representative for wearing his life jacket. Ernesto
Jr. now wears his life Jacket every time he goes out on his father s boat. His
change in behavior is the result of ____________.

 

• Question
40

 

Dr.
Smithe is designing a study to investigate whether aggressive preschoolers are
likely to become aggressive adolescents. Dr. Smithe should use ______________

 

• Question
41

 

Unusually
low levels of _____________ have been associated with a lowered male sex drive.