8 $400 Question from Prologue Operant conditioning is associatedwith which school/perspective of psychology?
9 What is the Behaviorist perspective? $400 Answer from PrologueWhat is the Behaviorist perspective?
10 $500 Question from Prologue This perspective is most responsible forbringing issues relating to diversityto the forefront of psychological research.
11 What is the Sociocultural Perspective? $500 Answer from PrologueWhat is the Sociocultural Perspective?
12 $100 Question from Research Methods An example of this type of research method is a psychologist keeping a very detailed record of a series of interviews with an individual who is suffering from a rare brain disorder.
13 $100 Answer from Research Methods What is a case study?
14 $200 Question from Research Methods In a drug study, one group ofparticipants receives an inactive pilland another group receives a pill that isbelieved to be effective in treatingdepression. The group that receives theinactive pill is known as this..
15 $200 Answer from Research Methods What is the control group?
16 $300 Question from Research Methods Ms. Raduege was studying thecorrelation between students who areon Facebook and GPAs. She found that the more time students spenton Facebook, the lower their GPAs. Ms. Raduege found this type of correlation.
17 $300 Answer from Research Methods What is a negative correlation?
18 $400 Question from Research Methods In a drug study, one group ofparticipants receives an inactive pilland another group receives a pill that isbelieved to be effective in treatingdepression. The pill is this type ofvariable.
19 $400 Answer from Research Methods What is the independent variable?
20 $500 Question from Research Methods A research has two groupsof subjects, one that has been taughta problem-solving technique and onethat has not. Both groups are given aset of ten problems to solve in 20 minutes. This is the dependent variable.
21 $500 Answer from Research Methods What is the number of correctsolutions by the subjects?
22 $100 Question from Brain and Biology The fact that alcohol often causesproblems with balance andcoordination suggests that itmay have an effect on this part ofthe brain.
23 $100 Answer from Brain and Biology What is the cerebellum?
24 $200 Question from Brain and Biology As a result of brain damage, ananimal is permanently asleep. This suggests that this structure of the brain has been damaged.
25 $200 Answer from Brain and Biology What is the reticular formation?
26 $300 Question from Types of Psychological Studies DAILY DOUBLEDamage to this brain structure might result in excessive aggression.
27 $300 Answer from Brain and Biology What is the amygdala?
28 $400 Question from Brain and Biology Severing of the corpus callosum is usually done to treat this disease.
29 $400 Answer from Brain and Biology What is epilepsy?
30 $500 Question from Brain and Biology Neurons that exist completelywithin the central nervous system.
31 $500 Answer from Brain and Biology What are interneurons?
32 $100 Question from Development Paul’s father is extremely aggressiveand so is Paul. Whether Paulinherited his aggressive tendenciesor learned them relates to thisquestion of development
33 $100 Answer from Development What is nature versus nurture?
34 $200 Question from Development The Strange Situation wasdeveloped to study this.
35 $200 Answer from Development What is a attachment inhuman infants?
36 $300 Question from Development Parents who set limits for theirchildren without beingovercontrolling are using thisstyle of parenting.
37 $300 Answer from Experimental Psychology What is authoritative?
38 $400 Question from Development This is a major milestoneof the concrete operational stage.
39 $400 Answer from Development What is conservation?
40 $500 Question from Development In elementary school, Zelda hada very encouraging and supportiveteacher. As a result, Zeldadeveloped a lot of self-confidenceand is willing to tackle new tasks. She is successfully navigating this psychosocial conflict.
41 $500 Answer from Development What is industry vs. inferiority?
42 $100 Question from Sensation According to this law you can detecta smaller amount of change whenthe initial stimulus is small thanwhen the initial stimulus is large.
43 $100 Answer from Sensation What is Weber’s Law?
44 $200 Question from Sensation To see a dimly lit object at night,you should make sure the objectfalls on these photoreceptors.
53 $200 Question from Perception Depth cues that require the use of two eyes.
54 $200 Answer from Perception What are binocular cues?
55 The area against which the object is viewed. $400 Question PerceptionThe area against which the object is viewed.
56 $400 Answer from Perception What is the ground?
57 $600 Question from Perception The tendency to perceive properties of an object as remaining the same despite changes in its retinal image.
58 $600 Answer from Perception What is perceptual constancy?
59 $800 Question from Perception Muscular tension caused by your eyes turning inward provides the depth cue of this.
60 $800 Answer from Perception What is convergence?
61 $1000 Question from Perception Even though two lines are of equal length, the one with outward pointing wings looks longer than the one with inward pointing wings. This is an example of what illusion
62 $1000 Answer from Perception What is Muller-Lyer?
63 $200 Question from MemoryEncoding that involves converting auditory signals into a string or recognizable sounds is called this type of encoding.
64 What is acoustic encoding? $200 Answer from MemoryWhat is acoustic encoding?
65 The best memory usually results from this type of encoding . $400 Question from MemoryDAILY DOUBLEThe best memory usually results from this type of encoding .
69 $800 Question from MemoryWhen Zeon wants to learn a new concept, he attempts to connect it with previously existing knowledge. Zeon is using this technique for improving memory.
70 What is elaborative rehearsal? $800 Answer from MemoryWhat is elaborative rehearsal?
71 She is a leading expert on eyewitness testimony. $1000 Question from MemoryShe is a leading expert on eyewitness testimony.
72 Who is Elizabeth Loftus? $1000 Answer from MemoryWho is Elizabeth Loftus?
73 $200 Question from Thinking and Language This school/perspective of psychology studies thinking.
74 $200 Answer from Thinking and Language What is the cognitive perspective?
75 $400 Question from Thinking and Language A mental shortcut for solving a problem.
76 $400 Answer from Thinking and Language What are heuristics?
77 $600 Question from Thinking and Language The inability to see how familiar objects can be used in new ways.
78 $600 Answer from Thinking and Language What is functional fixedness?
79 $800 Question from Thinking and Language This type of thinking attempts to find the single correct answer to a problem.
80 $800 Answer from Thinking and Language What is convergent thinking?
81 $1000 Question from Thinking and Language The belief that language determines how we think.
82 $1000 Answer from Thinking and Language What is the linguistic relativity hypothesis?
83 $200 Question from Learning and Conditioning He was the founding father of Behaviorism. He classically conditioned Little Albert to fear a white rat.
84 $200 Answer from Learning and Conditioning Who was John B. Watson?
85 $400 Question from Learning and Conditioning DAILY DOUBLEA puff of air to the eye causes a reflexive blink. If you precede the puff of air with a buzzer, eventually the buzzer will cause a blink. This is the conditioned stimulus in the above example.
86 $400 Answer from Learning and Conditioning What is the buzzer?
87 $600 Question from Learning and Conditioning This type of conditioning occurs when a new neutral stimulus is paired with a well established conditioned stimulus.
88 $600 Answer from Learning and Conditioning What is higher-order/second order conditioning?
89 $800 Question from Learning and Conditioning Golf instruction that reinforces short putts before attempting to reinforce long putts best illustrates this process.
90 $800 Answer from Learning and Conditioning What is shaping?
91 $1000 Question from Learning and Conditioning If you take medicine BEFORE a boat ride so you don’t get seasick you are demonstrating this type of learning.
92 $1000 Answer from Learning and Conditioning What is avoidance learning?
93 $200 Question from Potpourri When a newborn turns its head towards a cheek that has been touched it is demonstrating this reflex.
94 $200 Answer from Potpourri What is the rooting reflex?
95 $400 Question from Potpourri For most people, Wernicke’s area is located here.
96 $400 Answer from Potpourri What is the left temporal lobe?
97 $600 Question from Potpourri The optic nerve exits the retina via this.
98 $600 Answer from Potpourri What is the blind spot?
99 $800 Question from Potpourri This type of motivation reflects a desire for internal gratification.
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