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Psychology Unit 2 Test

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Psychology Unit 2 Test
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1.  Alfred Adler focused his research on how people feel that they are never quite good enough. He believed that these feelings were are large part of an individual's personality.
2.  According to the teachings of Carl Rogers, approval from others is also known as ___.
3.  According to Abraham Maslow, there are several characteristics of self-actualized people. One of these is the ability to control yourself and make decisions for yourself. This is called what?
4.  The ability to measure that which the experiment was intended. Did your study really apply to your theory?
5.  Representative Group of the entire population being studied.
6.  In testing a subject, these types of questions are known as free response types.
7.  This type of test is interested in surveying your preferences on a topic. "E-Harmony" is an example of this.
8.  Name the defense mechanism that has the person go back to a less mature state of existence. 
9.  The ultimate goal of humanistic psychology is for each human to realize their full potential. This is termed as ___.
10.  A study over a long period of time with the population being studied over and over again.
11.  Carl Rogers said that people have two parts, the self and the ___.
12.  Taking a raw score from a test and converting it to a form that allows for easy comparison known as establishing a ___.
13.  According to Abraham Maslow, there are several characteristics of self-actualized people. One of these is reacting immediately to brand new stimuli. (not having to have done it before to handle it.)
14.  Highly-recognized psychologist who is considered the "Father of Psychoanalysis."
15.  From birth to the moment of testing, your biological maturity.
16.  This type of research is also known to create a scientific biography of an individual being studied.
17.  Age as determined by comparing how you answer questions in relation to how others of various ages answer them.
18.  This testing is specific to a long-term study. It is the very first measure of the subjects in order to establish a base of information for comparison.
19.  This type of test utilizes predictive validity to help determine that which the subject may be good at.
20.  In the results of an experiment, this is th measure of consistency.
21.  As Carl Jung stated, there are several inherited and universal ideas that are common in differing cultures around the wold. He called these ___.
22.  In a large-scale experiment, this group does not receive the manipulated variable at all. The purpose of this group is to establish how people would react without that variable.
23.  Psychologist Albert Bandura emphasized observable learning. In this process, a person learns more easily by seeing the task performed than by simply being given directions on how to perform it. Also known as ___. 
24.  This type of test measures the subject's content validity and is normally given after the material or class has been presented to the subject.
25.  Eliminating the subject's awareness of being tested.
26.  Frenchman who originally developed the IQ test in order to help identify children needing additional assistance in Parisian schools.
27.  This measure of reliability takes a test and divides it in two. Theoretically, it assumes that the subject should perform equally well on both parts.
28.  Type of bar graph that is always vertical and that bars touch one-another.
29.  Western American University that developed many of the aspects of commonly used IQ tests.
30.  This portion of an experiment is the final result that occurs because some part of the process was manipulated. It is what the researchers believed will be different as a result of the change.
31.  An attempt to explain the relatedness between two sets of observations. As one set increases, the second one decreases.
32.  In a scientific experiment, this variable is the one changed by the scientist. It is the part of the procedure that is manipulated by the experimenter.
33.  An attempt to explain the relatedness between two sets of observations. As one set increases, the second one also increases.
34.  In this type of study, neither the subject being studied, nor the scientist administering the tests knows whether the subject has the independent variable or is a member of the control group
35.  This type of test question limits the subject to one possible response from a limited list of options. Multiple choice, true/false are examples.
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