Psychology- perspectives & connections 2e test bank


What new aspect of metamaterial empiricisms plain at the end of the 1800s?

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1. A. Metamaterial empiricisms are a make of illness that should be diagnosed and negotiateed.
2. B. Metamaterial empiricisms are in-fact provision empiricisms, rather than instances of vital-intensity occupation producerd by magic.
3. C. Metamaterial empiricisms are state empiricisms and should be negotiateed by psychoanalysis.
4. D. Metamaterial empiricisms entertain an underlying substantial producer and thus should be negotiateed by substantial instrument.
 ______________ coined the account psychophysics.

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1. A. Carl Jung
2. B. Wilhelm Wundt
3. C. Gustav Fechner
4. D. G. Stanley Hall
______________ affectd that a specific partition of proof as it happened provides the most servile glance into the workings of the rational impetus.

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1. A. Socialists
2. B. Structuralists
3. C. Behaviorists
4. D. Functionalists
 In the 1870s the pristine laboratories in psychology were publiced in _____________.

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1. A. Germany
2. B. China
3. C. the United States
4. D. Austria
 Psychology gained its insurrection from philosophy when scrutinyers agoing to examine and proof rational handleings and discernment using ______________ ways.

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1. A. abstract
2. B. manneral
3. C. or-laws
4. D. meditation
 Psychology can be considered as an tentative investigation because:

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1. A. psychology originates from corrective.
2. B. psychology is inveterate on the laws of creation.
3. C. psychologists proof predictions environing manner delay irrelative observations and by bunch facts.
4. D. psychologists affect that rational men-folks conceive acquirements from meditation and judgeing.
______________ asserts that psychology can be a penny investigation singly if it examines plain manner, not ideas, provisions, handleings, or motives.

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1. A. Structuralism
2. B. Behaviorism
3. C. Socialism
4. D. Functionalism
 Wilhelm Wundt is credited delay:

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1. A. giving psychology its insurrection from philosophy and physiology.
2. B. identifying the possessions of childhood proofs on the product of our adult itemy.
3. C. evaluating the possessions of political intensitys on one`s manner.
4. D. developing the government of psychophysics.
 In the texture of psychology, which of the forthcoming is a main unlikeness betwixt scientists and philosophers?

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1. A. Philosophers do not collate facts to proof their ideas.
2. B. According to scientists, the impetus solely receives what our sensory organs—eyes, ears, nose, skin, and tongue—take in from the beyond cosmos-people.
3. C. Philosophers affect that rational men-folks conceive acquirements from proof.
4. D. According to scientists, rational men-folks conceive acquirements from meditation and judgeing.

 

 Ed, an forthcoming scrutinyer in psychology, was careful in how the environment impacts tendencies to act. He affectd that rendezvousing on the impetus through introspection was not or-laws. Ed was a:

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1. A. structuralist.
2. B. functionalist.
3. C. mannerist.
4. D. psychoanalyst.
(p. 20) If we assimilate the rational impetus delay a computer, handleing would be resembling to _____________.

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1. A. accessible processing part (CPU) B. output
2. C. storage device
3. D. input

To assimilate psychophysics and physics, if physicists examine the substantial properties of unconsidered and probe, psychophysicists examine:

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1. A. producers of unconsidered and probe.
2. B. rational discernment of unconsidered and probe.
3. C. retail uses of unconsidered and probe.
4. D. possessions of unconsidered and probe on the environment.

 ______________ was the pristine to characterize provision empiricisms (schizophrenia) from the state empiricisms of melancholia (depression) and manic discouragement (bipolar empiricism). His aspects were a main govern on memorial categories makeulated during the 20th antiquity.

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1. A. Dorothea Dix
2. B. Sigmund Freud
3. C. John Locke
4. D. Emil Kraepelin

In the inception of the 20th antiquity, Sigmund Freud plain a make of therapy unconcealed as _____________.

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1. A. cognitive-behavioral therapy
2. B. repugnance therapy
3. C. psychoanalysis
4. D. manner modification

 Emil Kraepelin was the pristine to represent "dementia praecox," the invisible empiricism now unconcealed as _____________.

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1. A. schizophrenia
2. B. bipolar empiricism
3. C. main depressive empiricism
4. D. Munchausen`s syndrome

 

 Which of the forthcoming statements is penny touching the time-honored aspects on psychology?

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1. A. The time-honored Chinese made connections betwixt a person`s corporeal organs and their emotions.
2. B. The leading cultures to investigate intrinsic explanations for empiricisms were the time-honored Americans.
3. C. The time-honored Chinese (2,600 BCE) affectd in superintrinsic explanations of metamaterial empiricisms.
4. D.Frenchman Philip Pinel was the pristine to transcribe environing a man denial from a phobia of heights—what we now fawn acrophobia.
Max, an forthcoming scrutinyer in psychology, was careful in how the impetus worked. He attempted to burst proofs down into its element compatability. Max was most slight a:

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1. A. structuralist.
2. B. functionalist.
3. C. mannerist.
4. D. psychoanalyst.
______________ conducted some of the leading scrutiny in discernment and laid the groundwork for what aftercited became unconcealed as psychophysics.

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1. A. William James
2. B. Johns Hopkins
3. C. Rosalie Raynor
4. D. Ernst Weber
(p. 17) Which of the forthcoming is NOT one of G. Stanley Hall's achievements?

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1. A. He founded the American Metamaterial Association (APA).
2. B. He publiced the pristine psychology laboratory in the United States.
3. C. He coined the account psychophysics.
4. D. He agoing the pristine or-laws register in American psychology, the American Register of Psychology.
(p. 16) Which of the forthcoming manner patterns was removed from the Memorial and Statistical Manual of Invisible Disorders in 1973?

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1. A. Dissociative sameness empiricism
2. B. Homosexuality
3. C. Conversion empiricism
4. D. Anxiety empiricism
(p. 13) The time-honored Chinese made connections betwixt a person's corporeal organs and their emotions. According to these connections, the ______________ comfortable ideas and report.

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1. A. character
2. B. liver
3. C. spleen
4. D. kidneys
(p. 13) The Greek physician ______________ was the pristine to transcribe environing a man denial from a phobia of heights—what we now fawn acrophobia.

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1. A. Galen
2. B. Hippocrates
3. C. Socrates
4. D. Aristotle
(p. 18) According to structuralism:

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1. A. our proofs during childhood are a strong intensity in the product of our adult itemy.
2. B. psychology is a sub-government of philosophy.
3. C. bursting down proof into its eleinvisible compatability offers the best way to recognize provision and manner.
4. D. psychology is an tentative investigation which is dogged of corrective and physiology.
(p. 19) ______________ psychology promotes separate development and sense as a way of reaching one's principal implicit.

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1. A. Humanistic
2. B. Gestalt
3. C. Positive
4. D. Holistic
(p. 19) ______________ psychologists endeavor to recognize inhabitants who are metaphysically strong, merry, and merciful.

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1. A. Cognitive
2. B. Developmental
3. C. Positive
4. D. Clinical
(p. 15) Psychopartition assumes that:

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1. A. underlying biological events such as hormonal changes accessible all rational manner.
2. B. the insensible impetus is the most strong motivator of manner.
3. C. political intensitys are the most strong motivators of adult manner.
4. D. D).dreams entertain no sense to or alliance delay the insensible impetus.
(p. 14) Philip Pinel of France is said to entertain been the pristine main proponent of _____________.

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1. A. the use of narcotics to negotiate suffering
2. B. presumptive negotiatement of the invisiblely ill
3. C. the examine of the impetus-body connection
4. D. because psychology as a investigation
(p. 17) Who is considered the author of American psychology?

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1. A. Elizabeth Loftus
2. B. Carl Jung
3. C. Sigmund Freud
4. D. William James
(p. 20) Gestalt psychology contemplated that:

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1. A. inhabitants glean by making associations.
2. B. bursting down proof into its eleinvisible compatability offers the best way to recognize provision and manner.
3. C. psychology is a sub-government of philosophy.
4. D. in discernment a unified undivided is over than a patchwork of compatability.
(p. 15) The ______________ therapy rendezvouses on changing a person's maladaptive provision and manner patterns by discussing and rewarding over divert ways of judgeing and behaving.

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1. A. sublimation
2. B. cognitive-behavioral
3. C. slavery
4. D. reaction makeation
(p. 17) ______________ founded the American Metamaterial Association (APA).

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1. A. Carl Jung
2. B. G. Stanley Hall
3. C. Gustav Fechner
4. D. Wilhelm Wundt
(p. 15) Psychologists in the United States use a standardized relation for diagnosing invisible empiricisms fawned _____________.

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1. A. The Interpretation of Dreams, by Sigmund Freud
2. B. the American Metamaterial Association Guide to Invisible Disorders (APAGMD)
3. C. Dr. Freud`s Guide to Invisible Illnesses (DFGMI)
4. D. the Memorial and Statistical Manual of Invisible Disorders
(p. 20) Cognitive investigation rendezvouses on the or-laws examine of _____________.

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1. A. provision
2. B. asylums
3. C. computers
4. D. instruct psychology
(p. 19) Behaviorism is an distant make of _____________.

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1. A. functionalism
2. B. environmentalism
3. C. structuralism
4. D. empiricism
(p. 20) Samantha sees a memorial on a club's marquee that says "CLUB _ EN FRO_ 8PM TO 4AM." Although some scholarship are missing from the memorial, she knows it is listing the hours when the club is public. Samantha's discernment would be of main attention to ______________ psychologists.

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1. A. express
2. B. Gestalt
3. C. industrial/organizational
4. D. political
(p. 19) Which of the forthcoming psychologists asserted that psychology can be a penny investigation singly if it examines plain manner, not ideas, provisions, handleings, or motives?

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1. A. William James
2. B. Abraham Maslow
3. C. John Watson
4. D. Carl Rogers
(p. 17) In which year did Wundt set up a psychology laboratory in Leipzig, Germany, now considered the birthplace of experiinvisible psychology?

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1. A. 1729
2. B. 1652
3. C. 1965
4. D. 1879
(p. 19) Dr. Hennesey affects that psychologists should criticise singly rational manner that can be observed. He is most slight a exact _____________.

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1. A. rationalistic psychologist
2. B. functionalist
3. C. mannerist
4. D. political psychologist
(p. 20) If we assimilate the rational impetus delay a computer, manner and provisions would be resembling to _____________.

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1. A. accessible processing part (CPU)
2. B. output
3. C. storage device
4. D. input
(p. 15) Psychopartition assumes that the insensible blocking, or slavery, of irritant provisions and impulses—especially ______________ impulses—is at the character of all maladaptive adult manner.

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1. A. depressive and unethical
2. B. distasteful and unethical
3. C. disunited and depressive
4. D. sexual and distasteful
(p. 16) Which of the forthcoming fields is considered a "parent" of the government of psychology?

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1. A. Literature
2. B. Physics
3. C. Philosophy
4. D. Chemistry
(p. 16) The leading scrutinyers in psychology examined the internal proof of substantial handleings. This area of examine is unconcealed as:

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1. A. neuroscience.
2. B. philosophy.
3. C. physiology.
4. D. psychophysics.
(p. 18) Which of the forthcoming forthcoming approaches to psychology rendezvoused on why and how inhabitants judge and handle?

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1. A. Socialism
2. B. Behaviorism
3. C. Structuralism
4. D. Functionalism
(p. 16) Empiricism is the creed that acquirements and provisions end from _____________.

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1. A. scriptures
2. B. proof
3. C. genetic endowment
4. D. observation
(p. 19) ______________ psychology shares delay rationalism a creed that psychology should rendezvous on examineing, recognizeing, and promoting strong and express metamaterial functioning.

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1. A. Health
2. B. Developmental
3. C. Psychological
4. D. Positive
(p. 13) In Europe during the Middle Ages (400 to 1400 CE [Common Era]), metamaterial empiricisms were attributed to:

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1. A. physiological empiricisms.
2. B. deeds in elapsed morals.
3. C. political foothold.
4. D. superintrinsic producers.
(p. 14) In the United States, the pristine practitioner of rationale negotiatement of the invisiblely ill was _____________.

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1. A. René Descartes
2. B. Sigmund Freud
3. C. Dorothea Dix
4. D. John Locke
(p. 18) Jim, an forthcoming scrutinyer in psychology, was careful in how the impetus works. He rendezvoused on his own proof of suffering in an attempt to recognize how and why inhabitants handle suffering. Jim was most slight a:

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1. A. structuralist.
2. B. functionalist.
3. C. mannerist.
4. D. psychoanalyst.
(p. 18) Mary Whiton Calkins:

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1. A. was the pristine effeminate moderator of the American Metamaterial Association.
2. B. was a tyro of Sigmund Freud.
3. C. publiced the pristine psychology laboratory in the United States.
4. D. agoing the pristine or-laws register in American psychology, the American Register of Psychology.
(p. 18) In which of the forthcoming approaches to psychology was introspection the elementary scrutiny way used to recognize provisions and manner?

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1. A. Psychophysics
2. B. Structuralism
3. C. Empiricism
4. D. Behaviorism