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Wilhelm Wundt's laboratory work involved experimental studies of
reactions to sensory stimulation.
Introspection was the basic research tool used by ________ in order to study people's...
William James was a prominent American
Edward Titchener is to structuralism as William James is to ________.
Behaviorists dismissed the value of
John Watson is to Edward Titchener as ________ is to ________.
observable behavior; inner sensations
Innate ability is to learned skill as ________ is to ________.
Efforts to discover whether the intelligence of children is more heavily influenced by their...
nature versus nurture.
Charles Darwin attempted to explain the ________ that he had encountered.
Complementary accounts of the same behavior that can supplement one another represent different
levels of analysis.
Which perspective would help us to understand the impact of strokes and brain diseases on...
Which perspective most clearly focuses on how we learn observable responses?
Which psychological perspective is most likely to be concerned with identifying the powers...
Clinical psychologists specialize in
providing therapy to troubled people.
The specialist most likely to have a medical degree is a
The hindsight bias refers to people's tendency to
exaggerate their ability to have foreseen an outcome.
Giving half the members of a group some purported psychological finding and the other half...
The scientific attitude of humility is most likely to be undermined by
By testing their predictions by observing human behavior, psychologists are using
an empirical approach.
The simplified reality of laboratory experiments is most helpful in enabling psychologists...
develop general principles that help explain behavior.
Studying people of all races and cultures is most helpful for
discerning human similarities and differences.
In an effort to prevent participants in an experiment from trying to confirm the researchers'...
deceive participants about the true purpose of an experiment.
Professor Shalet contends that parents and children have similar levels of intelligence largely...
A hypothesis is a(n)
testable prediction that gives direction to research.
A statement describing how a researcher measures a research variable is known as a(n)
The case study is a research method in which
a single individual is studied in great depth.
In which type of research is a representative, random sample of people asked to answer questions...
Which of the following is most useful for helping survey researchers avoid false generalizations?
Psychologists who carefully watch the behavior of chimpanzee societies in the jungle are...
Correlation is a measure of the extent to which two variables
To represent graphically the correlation between two variables, researchers often construct...
A correlation between physical attractiveness and dating frequency of +0.60 would indicate...
less frequent dating is associated with lower levels of physical attractiveness.
A negative correlation between degree of wealth and likelihood of suffering from a psychological...
people who are poor are more likely to have a psychological disorder than are wealthy people.
On a series of coin tosses, Oleg has correctly predicted heads or tails seven times in a...
is a random and coincidental occurrence.
Researchers use experiments rather than other research methods in order to distinguish between
causes and effects.
To assess the impact of test difficulty on persistence of effort, researchers plan to give...
Both the researchers and the participants in a memory study are ignorant about which participants...
the double-blind procedure.
A normal curve would approximate the distribution of
the physical heights of all American women.
As the size of a representative sample increases, the ________ of that sample is most likely...
Differences between two sample averages are most likely to be statistically significant if
the difference between the samples is large.