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psychology
YES,I made a mistake in writing "SEXIST"
March 8, 2010

psychology
"Investors and their wives" is considered sexiest because: a)investors may be female b)not all investors are married c)"investors" refers only to woman d)business document should not mention people's lives outside work I doubt between A and B?Can you ...
March 8, 2010

psychology
During a group meeting when they are each reading a draft of their normal report,Madiha and Anne realize that sometimes they have used the word "there" correctly and sometimes the word should be "their".They use their word processor's "find" ...
March 8, 2010

psychology
It is the case that good communicators advance more quickly in the company.Which of the following would be the best revision of this sentence? a) "Good communicators advance more quickly in the company." b) "It is true that good communicators advance more ...
March 8, 2010

psychology
According to attribution theory,Americans are likely to blame others' first when something goes wrong,but will point to their own when someting goes right a) dispositional attributes;self-serving bias b) self-serving bias;dispositional attributes c) dispositional ...
March 5, 2010

psychology
THANK YOU SO MUCH:)))
March 5, 2010

psychology
If you want a response to persist and resist extinction once it has been learned,you need to reinforce it: a)only as a secondary reinforcer b)on a fixed schedule c)continuosly d)interminttently IS A CORRECT ANSWER?THANK YOU:)))
March 5, 2010

psychology
According to the Gate-Control Theory of pain: a)we cannot control the gate through which pain enters or is emitted back from the brain b)the gate for pain is open only for survival instincts c)pain cannot pass through these special units (gates) d)we can create pain by ...
March 3, 2010

psychology
According to the Gate-Control Theory of pain: a)we cannot control the gate through which pain enters or is emitted back from the brain b)the gate for pain is open only for survival instincts c)pain cannot pass through these special units (gates) d)we can create pain by ...
March 3, 2010

psychology
Neurons communicate with each other through: a) electrical language only b)electrical and hemical language c) the glial cells d)neurogenesis Is C correct answer?THANK YOU
March 3, 2010

psychology
In psychology,correlation measure the strength of the link between two variables. It is also important to know that correlations do not show: a)the strength of the relationship b)causation c)the direction of the relationship d)what occurs between sets of observations IS B ...
March 2, 2010

psychology
A typical act of servant leader should be to: a) work for salary no higher than that of group members. b) expect group members to act like personal servants c) k group members what they want to achieve d)volunteer to do custodial work for the department Is C correct answer?...
March 1, 2010

psychology
A typical act of servant leader should be to: a) work for salary no higher than that of group members. b) expect group members to act like personal servants c) k group members what they want to achieve d)volunteer to do custodial work for the department Is C correct answer?...
March 1, 2010

psychology
A recommended tactic for improving teamwork is to: a)brag about being the manager's favorite b)get the group to engage in shared laughter c)join a clique within the group d)avoid getting involved in the problems of group members. Is B correct answer:)THANKS
February 25, 2010

psychology-help please
THANK YOU SO MUCH :)))))
December 3, 2009

psychology-help please
I'm workinng on assignment and need help a)The danger of overdiagnosis b)The power of diagnostic labels c)The confusion of serious mental disorders with normal problems d)The illusion of objectivity and universality THANKS!!!
December 3, 2009

psychology
Hormones are more likely to enhance memory,if our arousal level: a)is high b)is low c)spikes and then levels off d)remains moderate I THINK A IS CORRECT ANSWER BUT I'M NOT SURE????
October 21, 2009

psychology
Hormones are more likely to enhance memory,if our arousal level: a)is high b)is low c)spikes and then levels off d)remains moderate I THINK A IS CORRECT ANSWER BUT I'M NOT SURE????
October 21, 2009

psychology
Hormones are most likely to enhance memory,if ypur arousal level: a)is high b)is low c)spikes and than levels off d)remains moderate I THINK A IS CORRECT ANSWER,BUT I AM NOT SURE????
October 20, 2009

psychology
Ryan,an avid football enthusiast,and his mother,who is much less familiar with the game are watching their favorite college team attempt to scoreWhich of the following conclusions is most likely? a)The positons of the players form 11 chunks in both Ryan's and his mother&#...
October 20, 2009

psychology
Ryan,an avoid football enthusiast,and his mother,who is much less familiar with the game are watching their favorite college team attempt to scoreWhich of the following conclusions is most likely? a)The positons of the players form 11 chunks in both Ryan's and his mother&#...
October 20, 2009

psychology
in the debate regarding children's memories of sexual abuse,it has become clear that: a)children's memories should not be trusted because they will say whatever adults expect them to say b)preschoolers' memories should not be trusted because they confuse fantasy ...
October 20, 2009

psychology
Paul thinks of himself as an excellent negotiator after purchasing a brand new car.two months later,his brother in -law Noah purchases the same model for $1,000 less than Paul paid!According to cognitive dissonance theory,Paul will probably: a)decide that he isn't as good ...
October 16, 2009

psychology
A production executive,using deductive reasoning as an approach to solving problems,concludes that there is only one correct solution to every problem.The flaw in his reasoning is that: a)it allows his managers to find their own answers b) clear solutions to manifacturing ...
October 16, 2009

psychology
One reason punishment fails to produce the desired effect is that it: A)is often given too soon after the unacceptable behavior B)teaches what to do,but it doesn't teach what to do C)gives positive reinforcement to the behavior D) becomes a secondary punischer to the ...
September 23, 2009

psychology
One reason punishment fails to produce the desired effect is that it: A)is often given too soon after the unacceptable behavior B)teaches what to do,but it doesn't teach what to do C)gives positive reinforcement to the behavior D) becomes a secondary punischer to the ...
September 23, 2009

psychology
Which of the following statements about rewards is true? A)identify what you are rewarding in a behavior,because rewards are meaningless if not tied to specific behavior B)You can never reward a child too much C)rewards are essential in boosting self-esteem,because intrinsic ...
September 23, 2009

psychology
Because reinforcement whether positive or negative increase it.
September 23, 2009

psychology
Lynn is tired of the nasty remarks she recieves from a female coworker.She has tried talking to the woman,returning nasty remarks and doing nice little things for her.Nothing has worked.Finally Lynn decides to ignore the remarks to see if that will extinguish her coworker'...
September 23, 2009

psychology
THAT'S MEAN A IS CORRECT ANSWER,BECAUSE HE WON
September 22, 2009

psychology
To punish John for clowning around,his teacher makes him sit up front where she can keep an eye on hom.John loves attention and secretly has always wanted to sit in the front of the class where he can be the center of attention.John's clowning around behavior: A)is now an ...
September 22, 2009

psychology
The most important aspect of classical conditioning is that the conditioned stimulus becomes a for the unconditined stimulus. A)signal B)stimulus generalization C) stimulus discrimination D)higher-order conditioning support I THINK CORRECT ANSWER IS B???
September 22, 2009

psychology
At a restaurant,you bite into a stalk of broccoli and it tastes bitter to you.Your date it tastes just fine.You may have: A)a sensitivity to tastes of bitter and salty,whereas your date has an elevated taste for sweet and sour B)large concentration of taste buds in the center ...
September 22, 2009

psychology
At a restaurant,you bite into a stalk of broccoli and it tastes bitter to you.Your date it tastes just fine.You may have: A)a sensitivity to tastes of bitter and salty,whereas your date has an elevated taste for sweet and sour B)large concentration of taste buds in the center ...
September 22, 2009

psychology
The "face module" located in the right temporal lobe of the brain,explain why: A the cells fire when a dog lover looks at picture of show dogs B infants are not afraid to go to strangers. C ganglion cells in this area respond to simple familiar faces D we need only ...
September 22, 2009

psychology
SORRY "face module"
September 22, 2009

psychology
The "face mobile" located in the right temporal lobe of the brain,explain why: A the cells fire when a dog lover looks at picture of show dogs B infants are not afraid to go to strangers. C ganglion cells in this area respond to simple familiar faces D we need only ...
September 22, 2009

psychology
Every night in Cordele,Georgia,24 trains crisscross the city's five mile radius.Each train blows its whistle to alert citizens that it is passing through.Because of the residentof Cordele can sleep through all these whistles. A selective B the signal-detection theory of ...
September 21, 2009

psychology
After a serious injury,Lusy has lost her sensitivity to hot an cold.Therefore,she can no longer work in the kitchen because she's afraid she might burn herself.More than likely there was damage to her A hippocampus B hypothalamus C cerebellum D parietal lobe Is D correct ...
September 21, 2009

psychology
The brain can be studied by using: A)electrical,biochemical and magnetic means B)radio frequences,computers and neurotransmission C)neurotransmitting,electrical and biochemical means D)biochemical,neurotransmitting,and magnetic means, I THINK CORRECT ANSWER IS A OR B
September 21, 2009

psychology
THANK YOU:)))
September 17, 2009

psychology
Mario gets out of bed in the morning,and without thinking about it,walks to the kitchen to start coffee,The action of walking to the kitchen was carried out by: A the central nervous system B motor nerves C sensory nerves D autonomic nervous system I think correct answer is D(...
September 17, 2009

psychology help please
Within groups,differences in intelligence are highly correlated with .Between groups,differences are highly correlated with . A heritability;environment B environment;genes C heritability;random error in measurement D genes;the heritability estimate IS A CORRECT ANSWER OR D
September 17, 2009

psychology
Within groups,differences in intelligence are highly correlated with .Between groups,differences are highly correlated with . A heritability;environment B environment;genes C heritability;random error in measurement D genes;the heritability estimate IS A CORRECT ANSWER OR D
September 17, 2009

psychology
One of the best ways to compute heritability is to compare: A adopted children compare to adopted siblings B blood relatives who live in different environments C fraternal twins reared in different environments D indentical twins reared in different environments, I THINK IS A ...
September 16, 2009

psychology help please
Sara overhears her 21 old son,Joe telling his friends on the phone that he wants to have sex with two girls he just met at the mall.Joe's desire: A expresses the male tendeny to commit to arelationship B is an example of male nurturance C expresses the male tendency to ...
September 16, 2009

psychology
the sentences Lee gave the ball to Lynne and Lynne recieved the ball from Lee have the same: A surface structure B syntax C surface and deep structures D deep structure I was thinking is A but I am not sure
September 16, 2009

english
the sentences Lee gave the ball to Lynne and Lynne recieved the ball from Lee have the same: A surface structure B syntax C surface and deep structures D deep structure I was thinking is A but I am not sure
September 16, 2009

psychology help please
IN THAT CASE D is correct answer am i right?
September 16, 2009

psychology help please
A wealthy,married man in China is having an affair with beatiful young woman who seems primarily attracted to his financial status.At the same time,similar situations are occurring across other races and nations.Sociobiologists would say that: A these behaviors are found in ...
September 16, 2009

psychology
ok,thank you
September 16, 2009

psychology
Which one of the following statements describe the relationship between genes,chormosomes and DNA? A genes,the basic unit of heredity,are located on chromosomes,which consist of strands of DNA B genes are composed of chromosomes and Dna C chromosomes,tha basic unit of heredity...
September 16, 2009

psychology
Parents can help their children acquire language by: A reading and talking with them B correcting every grammatical mistake C placing them in front of computer D eating foods rich vitamin A I think B but i want to be sure
September 16, 2009

psychology
Random assigment can be described as a research method: A used to balance the independent and dependent variable B no longer used because of its unpredictability C increasing the likelihood that experimental group and control group will be different Cused to balance the ...
September 16, 2009

psychology
An advantage of conducting an experiment vs. a correlational study is that: A the cause is not related B the researcher can manipulate the situation being studied C experimenter effect increase the empirical evidence D two variables are either related or they're not I'...
September 16, 2009

psychology
THANKS FOR HELP:)))
September 15, 2009

psychology
Sarah Maguire has noticed at work that office meetings held in the late morning go more quickly than those scheduled after lunch.She tells her boss she'll bet that,if he holds his meetings at 11a.m,the group will spend moretime on the agenda and less discussing unrelated ...
September 15, 2009

intro to psychology
Sarah Maguire has noticed at work that office meetings held in the late morning go more quickly than those scheduled after lunch.She tells her boss she'll bet that,if he holds his meetings at 11a.m,the group will spend moretime on the agenda and less discussing unrelated ...
September 15, 2009

intro psychology
Sarah Maguire has noticed at work that office meetings held in the late morning go more quickly than those scheduled after lunch.She tells her boss she'll bet that,if he holds his meetings at 11a.m,the group will spend moretime on the agenda and less discussing unrelated ...
September 15, 2009

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