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Psyc 100 Introductory Psychology Final Examination

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PSYC 100 Introductory Psychology Final Examination
PSYC 100 Introductory Psychology Final Examination

Which of the following is most likely to be an assumption of psychological
Human behavior is unpredictable and random.
follows discoverable, predictable patterns.
All explanations of behavior are
to be found in the environment.
Human behavior is the result of prede

mined forces acting upon the individual.
. Whenever Aaron, who has been involved in his school’s Theater department for
a few years, first gets a script, he practices alone, repeating his lines until they
sound realistic to him. He has noticed that his performance improves signific

antly whenever he participates in dress rehearsals with the other actors. Which
of the following best describes his improved
performance? (A) deindividuation;
(B) bystander intervention; (C) social facilitation; (D) groupthink.
ontemporary memory researchers: (A) are no longer conducting research

term memory; (B) have turned to t
he study of memory for meaningful
materials; (C) have given up the goal of discovering the basic princi
ples that
underlie human memory; (D)
have concluded that there is no r
elationship be

tween how well
ion is learned and the difficulty we’ll have remember

ing it.
Kathleen trains her dog by giving him a treat every time he obeys her and
scolding him whenever he disobeys. Her training method most closely re

the law of effect;
the doctrine of specific nerve energies;
Gestalt principles of organization;
Psychological assessment
is often referred to as the measurement of ________,
since the majority of assessments specify how an individual compares to others
on a given dimension. (A) psychological...


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