A. weak positive correlation
B. strong positive correlation
C. weak negative correlation
D. strong negative correlation
E. no correlation
G. Stanely Hall
B. F. Skinner
Social desirability bias
All of the above
Either a neuron fires off, or it doesn't
All of the hormones are released into the bloodstream at once
They Synaptic Cleft absorbs every neurotransmitter or none
Either all of the neurons in the Central Area are effected or none are
Stimulating a portion of the brain with electricity and observing the effects
Enhancing or suppressing activity in a particular region of the brain
Monitoring electrical activity in the brain
Monitoring radioactive chemicals as they flow through the blood into the brain
Behavior explained in terms of Psychological processes
The mental process involved in acquiring knowledge
An emphasis on the unique qualities of humans
Viewing ones group as superior and as the standard judging
Results must be due to independent variable
All of the Above
Tell the participants that they will be deceived in some way
Fully debrief the participant after the experiment is over
Only deceive when necessary
Both A & C are correct
Both B & C are correct
Central Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
Sympathetic Nervous System
A means-end analysis
The representativeness heuristic
The availability heuristic
Identifying an object held in the hand but not seen
Planning what to wear to a party
Remembering the name of a person in a photograph
Comprehending a spoken request for information
Distinguishing between red and green
Most people can avoid detection when they lie
Physiological arousal is much the same for several emotions, so the polygraph cannot always reliably distinguish guilt from other reactions.
A significant number of people show paradoxical autonomic reactions, responding more strongly when telling the truth than when lying.
In controlled studies, the polygraph has correctly identified guilty individuals in only a small percentage of cases.
The polygraph has been shown to be reliable only in highly emotional cases, such as child abuse and spying.
Exposing a client to anxiety-provoking stimuli
Replacing a response to a stimulus with an alternative response
Deep relaxation techniques
A token economy to reinforce adaptive behaviors
Development of intrinsic motivation
Earning good grades causes people to sleep more.
Sleeping more causes students to perform better in school.
Students who earn good grades tend to sleep more than those who do not.
More sleep has beneficial impact on students' grades.
Sleep deprivation has no impact on school performance.
No longer salivate when the bell is rung
Only salivate when the bell is rung
Salivate when the light is flashed
Stop salivating when the light is flashed
Salivate when the researcher comes into the room
Reticular Activating System
Parasympathetic Nervous System