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What is biological influences?

Psychology
What is biological influences?

psychology
Imagine that Rasmussen College has asked the psychology department to research the study habits of its students

psychology
Can you help reccomend a good theorist and theory to type an 8 page report to find journal articles as well. I was thinking possibly Freud psychoanaylis theory or maslow hoistic dynamy theory thanks

Stats
On her first test in algebra, Mary earned a score of 75, and she made an 85 on her first psychology test. If the average score on the algebra test was a 68, with s=7, and the average on the psychology test was 91, with s=6, is Mary doing better in psychology or algebra. Why?

psychology
1. I am using a measure of optimism in a research study. Describe two things you need to know to be sure that I have a reliable and valid measure of the construct of "optimism." 2. Describe evidence for one situational factor that has been shown to cause people to harm others.

psychology
Albert Ellis depicts the relationship between irrational belief and negative emotions through use of: A. A contingency contract B. dialectical theory C. The abc model D. Observational learning

PSYCHOLOGY
what are the apparent symptoms of anxiety in terms of physiological, behavioral, and cognitive indicator? if both a parent and a child experience anxiety in similar situations, how would you account for the influences of heredity, preparedness, and vicarious conditioning

Psychology
If you support the idea that physiological arousal and the experience of an associated emotion will occur simultaneously, you'll agree with the A. biological emotion-activation theory. B. James-Lange theory of emotion. C. Cannon-Bard theory of emotion. D. Schachter-Singer ...

Psychology
In Maslow's needs hierarchy, people whose need for _______ has been fulfilled are poised to ascend to the level of self-actualization. A. safety B. love and belongingness C. esteem D. achievement My answer is D am I correct?

Psychology
Which statement about anorexia nervosa is true? A. Anorexics almost never starve to death, although they may die from other disorders. B. Sufferers are usually males between the ages of 12 and 40. C. People with this disorder may well be attractive and successful. D. ...

Psychology
In Piaget's model of cognitive development, a child's tendency to view the world entirely from his or her own perspective is referred to as A. the sensorimotor stage. B. the concrete operational stage. C. egocentric thought. D. metacognition. My answer is A am I correct?

statistics
For a particular sample of 63 scores on a psychology exam, the following results were obtained. First quartile = 57 Third quartile = 72 Standard deviation = 9 Range = 52 Mean = 72 Median = 68 Mode = 70 Midrange = 57 Answer each of the following: I. What score was earned by ...

Psychology
If the concept is truck, the prototype might be: A. A ford pick up B. bulldozer C. An eighteen-wheeler D. Personnel carrier

Sociology/Psychology
I'm taking Sociology 1st semester and Psychology 2nd semester when I go to the 9th grade. I'm just curious but is there any topics (interesting ones) in Sociology and Psychology.

psychology
Should the criminal justice system put as much emphasis as it does on eyewitness testimony? What are some possible circumstances that could influence eyewitnesses to say they saw something they might not really have seen?

psychology
Dr. Doolittle was often late for his daily psychology class, and his eager students decided they'd had enough. One day, the students put their waiting time and their knowledge of psychology to use by coming up with a plan to encourage the good doctor to be on time. The class ...

psychology
In order to study the schools of children from poor families, Jonathan Kozol moved to several different U.S. cities and taught in their poorest schools. After doing this for a few years, he wrote a book about his findings. Kozol's work is an example of a/an __________ study. A...

psychology
Bronfenbrenner's bioecological theory is often explained by using a diagram that looks like a target with the individual in the bull's eye position. What is his point? A. The individual is a constant target for negative influences of a hostile environment. The bull's eye ...

education
During the middle of the twentieth century, North American psychology was dominated by A. evolutionary theory. C. neuroscience. B. cognitive development. D. behaviorism. 8. What is a major limitation of the psychophysiological method? A. Investigators can’t be sure that an ...

Psychology
According to Erikson the first psychosocial crisis or conflict in life involves the:

child psychology
early childhood practitioners now know that in addition to cognitive factors there are social factors that impact school readiness. Describe at least two social factors that impact school readiness.

Abnormal Psychology
A ____ refers to a group of symptoms that occur at together more often than by chance. A. Disorder B. Cluster C. Syndrome D. Condition I think its C.

Psychology
What are some examples of self-monitoring techniques? What are some examples of self-managing techniques? NOTE: I just need some ideas.

Abnormal Psychology
Someone who focuses narrowly on negative events for long periods of time has a A. negative attitude. C. negative focus. B. depressive manner. D. depressive ruminative style. I'm stuck between A&B!

psychology
__________ serve as the cytoskeleton of the brain. They support the function of neurons by insulating, repairing, and nourishing them.

Psychology
What am I suppose write about when I am asked to describe my self-concept? Note: Do NOT just give a link to the definition. I know what it means already.

Physics Dingleberry
A friend working on a psychology experiment asks you for help with the design of a simple circuit. She needs an LC timing circuit in which the voltage on a fully charged capacitor drops to zero in 15s . She has a 20H inductor available, but doesn't know what value of capacitor...

Abnormal Psychology
The single most powerful predictor of conduct problems in adolescence is A. early antisocial behavior. B. early antisocial behavior and involvement with deviant peers. C. early antisocial behavior and poor parenting. D. poor parenting and involvement with deviant peers. I put ...

Abnormal Psychology
Behaviors such as fighting, destructiveness, and threatening others are referred to as _______ behaviors. A. aggressive C. externalizing B. delinquent D. externalizing and aggressive

Abnormal Psychology
The formal assignment of a clinical case to a DSM-IV-TR classification category is referred to as a/an _______ diagnosis. A. empirical C. proper B. taxonomic D. psychological

Abnormal Psychology
In comparison with youth on the life-course-persistent path, those on the adolescentlimited path A. display more extreme antisocial activity. B. are more likely to drop out of school. C. are often influenced by situational factors, such as their peers. D. have weaker family ties.

Abnormal Psychology
_______ refers to the concept that the child’s behavior is both influenced by and influences the behavior of others. A. Coercion C. Reciprocal influence B. Attachment D. Influential factor

Abnormal Psychology
Which of the following is not true of the meta-analytic findings of research therapy with children? A. Changes achieved by children receiving treatment are greater than those for children not receiving treatment. B. Treatment effects are larger for problems that are ...

Psychology (or any science)
what would be an example of critical thinking?

Psychology Help!!!
Can someone answer my questions in the psychology section, please?

psychology
individuals who use problem-focused coping will deal with a problem or stressor by

psychology
Write a 350- to 700-word paper that explains which of Erikson’s eight stages of life you believe you are currently in. Explain why you think you are at that stage and describe that stage in your paper. What is the central question posed during that stage? How have you ...

PSY/310
How has early memory research concerning the growth of cognitive perspectives in psychology changed over the course of the 20th century? What are the reasons for this change?

psychology
Information that is chemically coded is transmitted from one neuron to another via neurotransmitters, terminal buttons, dendrites or axons?

psychology
Does the axon or terminal button transmits information to neighboring neuron? I am confused between the two because they both transmits information. Please provide link to your answer.

psychology
Hormones that regulate the development and functioning of reproductive organs are called ________ hormones.

psychology
Is the thalamus located lateral of the temporal cortex or rostral to the cerebellum? Please provide me a link.

• psychology
• Discussion of factors that enhance or impede information flow in each step of the process in the human memory model

Psychology
Given your knowledge of dualism, choose the best interpretation of presence of dualism in this excerpt from an Emily Dickinson poem: The brain is wider than the sky, For, put them side by side, The one the other will include With ease, and you beside. A.The poem suggests that ...

word power
17. Psyche, the Greek root of "psychology" and "psychosis" means A. diseased condition. [B. mind or spirit.] C. medical healing. D. mystical healing.

Psychology
Where are selfish impulses? Examples of social conscience?

psychology
Aresearcher is studying people of normal weight and obese individuals.She wants to know how the time of day affects hunger feelings in these two groups. when, during the experiment, the researcher looks at her watch, she has introduced what into the research study?

psychology
when kevin started his car in the parking lot, he also turned on the radio to his favorite station,as he entered the street onto the campus, he turned the radio up due to the increased background noise in the car. entering the highway, he again increased the volume until he ...

Psychology
Need help double checking these tricky psychology questions. I put an asterix (*)next to my answers, Thanks! Which of the following fields is the best example of psychology as a basic science? A-Educational psychology B-industrial organizational psychology *C-social psychology...

Psychology
Where are selfish impulses? Examples of social conscience?

Psychology
How do you think your psyche has evolved to meet the challenges of your society and culture in this time and place? Can some give me some examples so that I can get an idea?

Psychology
Need help double checking these tricky psychology questions. I put an asterix (*)next to my answers, Thanks! Which of the following fields is the best example of psychology as a basic science? A-Educational psychology B-industrial organizational psychology *C-social psychology...

psychology
I am writing a paper for my psychology class. the paper must be written in APA format. can you explain the basics for APA format?

Psychology
1: Sarah is crying in her counselor's office. Which goal of psychology does this represent?

statistics
4. Suppose you administered an anxiety test to a large sample of people and obtained normally distributed scores with a mean of 45 and standard deviation of 4. Do not use web-calculator to answer the following questions. Instead, you need to use the Z distribution table in ...

math
A college offers nine different psychology courses,four different history course,thirteen different math course,and five different business courses. If a student is required to take one course in each of those four subjects,how many different ways are there for the student to ...

psychology
If the mean score on a one mile running test was 14 minutes and the standard deviation was 1 minute what percentage of subjects ran the mile in 15 minutes or less

psychology
why would apa format help me in college?

Statistiscs
Students in the psychology department consume an average of 5 cups of coffee per day with a standard deviation of 1.75 cups. The number of cups of coffee consumed is normally distributed. • What proportion of students consume an amount equal to or less than 6 cups a day...

psychology
As discussed in your text, the Implicit Association Test (IAT) A. is based on a culture-free questionnaire. B. has revealed that most people aren’t prejudiced. C. requires subjects to react to a series of black and white faces. D. requires people to openly express and reveal...

psychology
Aggressiveness builds up in people because of human nature. It can be safely expressed before it reaches a “boiling point” through the catharsis offered by aggressive sports and games. These kinds of ideas are associated with A. instinct approaches to aggression. B. ...

Psychology
Two psychology students are in a heated discussion about the nature of prejudice. Mavis insists that that when people get their identity from membership in a political action group, they will generally express ethnocentrism. Martin argues that with or without ethnocentrism, ...

psychology
Two psychology students are in a heated discussion about the nature of prejudice. Mavis insists that that when people get their identity from membership in a political action group, they will generally express ethnocentrism. Martin argues that with or without ethnocentrism, ...

psychology
Jason and Julia are preparing for a quiz in Psychology 101. Jason recites four reasons for seeking out a social support network. Julia, who has top grades in the class, gives her nod of approval to all but one of Jason's list. Which one is she most likely to reject? A. Being a...

psychology
-In respect to the foundations of prejudice, social identity theory is associated with the concept of A. modern racism. C. ethnocentrism. B. self-fulfilling prophecy. D. stereotypical discrimination.

psychology
particular factors encourage people to be drawn into liking one another. in this context the reciprocity of liking effect is primarily associted with? a.) exposure b.)propinquilty c.) similarity d.) physical attractiveness

psychology
particular factors encourage people to be drawn into liking one another. in this context the reciprocity of liking effect is primarily associted with? a.) exposure b.)propinquilty c.) similarity d.) physical attractiveness

psychology
explain any five exceptions to learning

psychology
what were the major contributions made by Donald Hebb to the field of learning and psychology? All I can find is that he wrote a book

General Psychology
In considering the importance of culture to ethics please help me answer the below questions: 1. Are some cultures more moral than others? Please give examples and explain your position. Can you describe a moral standard that is at variance with your own ethical system? 2. Are...

General Psychology
1. Do you believe that people have an unconscious mind? If so, how does it affect thoughts, feelings, and behavior? 2) Have you ever changed a strongly held attitude? What caused the change for you? 3) Do you believe that you are free of prejudice? After reading this chapter, ...

Psychology
One common aspect of among dissociative disorder is:

Psychology
The authors of your textbook describe the American emphasis on the pursuit of happiness. Write a 700- to 900-word paper explaining the cultural and historical factors that contribute to this perspective. Contrast the traditional American perspective on happiness with the ...

psychology
1)As a volunteer subject in a sleep research lab, Conrad is routinely awakened each time he shows physiological signs of entering REM sleep. As a result, we would not be surprised to discover that, during Session 19, when Conrad is left undisturbed all night, A. The content of...

psychology
1)As a volunteer subject in a sleep research lab, Conrad is routinely awakened each time he shows physiological signs of entering REM sleep. As a result, we would not be surprised to discover that, during Session 19, when Conrad is left undisturbed all night, A. The content of...

psychology
what are factors that enchane or impede information flow in each step of the process of human memory

english
The Electronic Reserve Reading for this week, “Bare Bones Guide to Good Introductions,” states that an effective introduction must “make use of psychology” (page 20). What do you think the author meant?

psychology
Identify intervention strategies to deal with burnout

statistics
Faculty in the psychology department at APUS consume an average of 5 cups of coffee per day with a standard deviation of 1.5. The distribution is normal. How many cups of coffee would an individual at the 25th percentile drink per day? A. 4 B. 5 C. 6 D. 7

statistics
In a psychology class of 100 students, test scores are normally distributed with a mean of 80 and a standard deviation of 5. Approximately what percentage of students have scores between 70 and 90? A. 68% B. 80% C. 95% D. 99%

psy202
the training of animals (like teaching dogs to open doors for the disabled) use what principles of psychology

psychology
After watching golf on TV several times with her father, 7-year-old Michelle learned how to swing a club even before she actually had one in her hands. What kind of learning took place?

Psychology
I do not watch T.V. much, so I do not know many T.V. personalities. I need one for each theory relevant to Freud, Rogers, and Jung. Can you help me find three T.V. characters? I need ASAP please.

(math) statistic
For a particular sample of 63 scores on a psychology exam, the following results were obtained. First quartile = 57 Third quartile = 72 Standard deviation = 9 Range = 52 Mean = 72 Median = 68 Mode = 70 Midrange = 57

Psychology
Describe in detail, the two methods of language acquisition?

Psychology
what are some factors that strongly and weakly correlated with creativity?

Psychology
The basic assumption shared by trait theorists is that Answers.... the unconscious mind is the underlying source of our traits. an individual's traits are consistent across different situations. people possess the traits to the same degree but differ in how they choose to ...

Psychology
Behavioural geneticists and evolutionary psychologists emphasize _______________. Answers environmental influence on development the role of personality in development the significance of hereditary factors in development the importance of parenting skills in development

Psychology
Research suggests that the _____ child care centers is the critical factor that determines whether or not children benefit from out of home child care. 1) quality of 2) geographic location of? 3) gender ratio of children in? 4) racial composition of children in?

writing
Im speech and psychology this semester in college. I will like to know if there is any websites that can help me with writing a good paper. Thank you in advance!

psychology
what is all the components of scientific method in psychology? i got hypothesis, dependent ans independent, and the question is does television increase aggression? how to put it in the dependent and independent variable?? and how to set everything up? I need help. thank you, ...

Psychology
What steps can I take to ensure that I remain an ethical and honest student?

Psychology
How would the researcher randomly select files? (What does the process look like?)

Psychology
The facial-feedback hypothesis tells us that? A. smiling makes a person feel better. b. facial expressions are of little importance in communicating. c. we can tell how a person is feeling by his or her facial expression. d. smiling is often a cover-up for emotional disorders...

psychology
Is realization (any kind) always a good feeling? If not, can you give examples where it's not? Thank you in advance.

psychology
how effective is classical conditioning in the long tem

psychology
. Louis discovers that the experiences he has in his developmental psychology class help him to deal with the children he works with at a daycare center. This relationship is best described by Bronfenbrenner's notion of

Psychology
in their book The Bell Curve,Murry and Herrnstein supported their claim of intelligence differences between races as attributable to:

Psychology
Nisa has grown up in a small village in the foothills.There was no electricity,and water had to be hand-pumped.They seldom saw people from the "outside."When she entered school,the bus had to pick her up at 6:30 a.m.in order for her to arrive at school by 8:30 a.m.During the ...

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