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PSYCHOLOGY
Please help me understand. Explain boundary theory and provide an example.

child psychology
Dean associates certain activites,roles, and traits as being typical for either males or females.His associations conform to cultural stereotypes and encompass many gender-linked responses.This is an example of gender: A.atypicality B.roles C.typing D.identity I think its B or...

child psychology
which young adult is at risk of long-term identity foreclosure or diffusion A.An aspiring chef who has no ooportunity for culinary training. B. A peace corps volunteer.

child psychology
Dean associates certain activities,roles,and traits as being typical for either males or females.His associtions conform to cultural stereotypes and encompass many gender-linked responses.This is an example of: A.roles B.Identity C.Atypicality I think its B. Am I correct Thanks

child psychology
which young adult is long-term identitity foreclosure or diffusion A. college graduate who switches majors B.An aspiring chef who has no opportunity for culinary training. C.A young woman with several possible vocational choices. D.A peace corps volunteer. My choice is D. Am I...

PSYCHOLOGY
Explain Gray’s model of approach/avoidance motivation. PLEASE HELP!

psychology
What are some developmental theories of childhood that can be applied to the movie "The Bad Seed"?

Psychology
What are the primary biological foundation of psychology linked to behavior?

Psychology
What is the opposite of a background stressor ?

psychology
Is community treatment for schizophrenia effective? Think about what constitutes “community” and is it the same everywhere? Explain.

Psy
I have read my reading materials and answered to the best of my understanding. If anyone could help I would appreciate it! Comparing Systems of Abnormality Psychologists use several different models to explain abnormal behavior. These different models have created shifts in ...

child psychology
Connectionists models provide evidence that? Please help!

psychology
What dictates the design (experimental versus quasi-experimental) and the type of manipulation used in a research study?

psychology
Which of the following is an example of an innate UCS-UCR connection? sneezing in response to pepper a temper tantrum raising your hand before asking a question in a classroom setting learning to ride a bike by watching your older brother doing so --------------- I believe (...

psychology
Any situation that involves learning a)requires some relatively permanent change to occur b)requires a great deal of effort. c)involves conscious determination d)is relatively automatic I'm working on my assignment and I am stuck on this question. I think answer is c)involves ...

child psychology
Piagets famous -----------problem demonstrates preoperational children's difficulity with---------- A. three mountains; dual representation B.three mountains;hierarchical classification. C. class inclusion; hierarchial classification

Psychology
My hypothesis is whether or not music with violent overtones, such as "gangsta rap", increases violent behavior among young males. Which of the methods used for analyzing survey data would you use and why? Correalational or Regressional statistical analysis

Understanding psychology eighth edition
verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to impruove women when

Psychology
Assume that you conducted the research study violence in young men between the ages 18-24 years old who listens to “Gangsta Rap Music’ and you have the data. Which of the methods used for analyzing survey data would you use and why? Correalational or Regressional ...

psychology
CAN ANYONE HELP ME ANSWER THIS QUESTION!? I'VE READ THE QUESTION OVER AND OVER BUT IT IS CONFUSING ME.... At first the subject had difficulty falling asleep in the sleep lab, but finally drifted into sleep and was not awakened when a student researcher knocked a can of soda ...

Psychology
Sleep deprivation has been shown to: increase the inability to sustain attention. impair the storage and maintenance of memories. increase the difficulty in making moral decisions. All of these. is answer impair the storage and maintenance of memories.?

Psychology
Mrs. Goldman was a little startled when she realized that while driving home, she didn't really remember driving the last mile. For Mrs. Goldman, driving has probably become a(n): a) controlled process. b) metacognitive process. c) time to engage in selective attention. d) ...

AP Psychology
How would you reword this: To assess the importance of sequence in differentiating between theories of both emotional response (James-Lange/ Darwin's Facial Feedback), and cognitive response( Cannon- Bard, Schachter- Singer).

INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
IN PSYCHOLOGY, THE STUDY OF PERSONALITY FOCUSES ON

Psychology
According to Howard independent intelligence:

Psychology
The disavantages of group intelligence tests include that.

psychology
a condition of late adulthood in which the pressure in the eye increases

introduction to psychology
describe how you might design a community health campaign. In your description, consider both risky behaviors and health promoting behaviors.

psychology
Can anyone help me write a client assessment on Bradley Cooper in the movie limitless.

psychology statistics
Submit your answers to the following questions using the ANOVA source table below. The table depicts a two-way ANOVA in which gender has two groups (male and female), marital status has three groups (married, single never married, divorced), and the means refer to happiness ...

psychology
what are some problems I can discuss that are created by stereotypes based on gender, race, age, and sexual orientation?

psychology
the effect of channel presentation and type of processing on recall of meaningful words

Psychology
Can someone give me an example when the self-fulfilling prophecy resulted from you own expectations of the outcome of the event? Can someone give me an example when the self-fulfilling prophecy resulted someone else's expectations of your performance? I need examples so I can ...

psychology
NREM sleep is characterized by

Psychology
How does self-concept affect perception?

early childhood
evolutionary psychology and behavior genetics: watson

psychology
Activation-synthesis dream theory purports that dreams rersult from the brain's effort to make sense of: a. the day's activities and experiences b. problems the person has not yet tresolved c. our external world d. spontaneously firing neurons during REM sleep. My answer is D...

psychology
A worker who recently switched from day to swing shift has become less efficient and more irritable. He is also making more mistakes than he did on the day shift. The cause of this worker's problem is likely to be: a. sleep disorders due to change in shift b. excessive light ...

psychology
Henry is an avid animal lover. He always takes in strays and donates his local animal shelter. One night he goes to an Atlanta Braves baseball game where hundreds of people are walking past the hotdog vendors. Henry sees a young, pregnant homeless, malnourished dog begging for...

Psychology
Sally is driving her car and talking on her cell phone. Statistically this behavior has been shown to be quite dangerous and contributes to many automobile accidents. In performing these two tasks simultaneously, Sally uses: a. conscious cognitive processes b. mindless ...

Psychology
The means of travel within and between neurons is different becuase: a. eletrial signals move impulses within the neuron, while chemical signals move the impulses between neurons. b. chemical signals move the impulses within the neuron, while electrical signals move impulses ...

World History
10. The Crimean war was fought between France and a. Russia b. Great Britain c. Italy d. Germany A 26. Theory that plant and animal life developed from common ancestors over millions of years- evolution 30. Study of roots of behavior in the unconscious- psychology? Thanks -MC

Psychology
Sally is driving her car and talking on her cell phone. Statistically this behavior has been shown to be quite dangerous and contributes to many automobile accidents. In performing these two tasks simultaneously, Sally uses: a. conscious cognitive processes b. mindless ...

Psychology
What is a number one reason for me as student majoring in psychology to learning about experimental and non experimental research involving psychology?

Psychology
The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...

Psychology
Hi i need help with 2 practice questions 1. Just as _____ can strengthen social identity, ______ can reduce conflict between "us" and "them" a. competition; anonymity b. interdependence; cooperation c. individualism; interdependence d. competition; cooperation I chose C 2. ...

psychology
what are some movies that is related to the issues of child development and developmental psychology

Psychology
Sally is driving her car and talking on her cell phone. Statistically this behavior has been shown to be quite dangerous and contributes to many automobile accidents. In performing these two tasks simultaneously, Sally uses: a. conscious cognitive processes b. mindless ...

Psychology
The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...

Psychology
1. The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...

Psychology
1. Activation-synthesis dream theory purports that dreams result from the brain's effort to make sense of: a. the days activities and experiences b. problems the person has not yet resolved c. our external world d. spontaneously firing neurons during REM sleep I chose D 2. If ...

Psychology
Hello all I need some help with couple questions as a refresher. 1. which of the following statements about the gate-control theory is TRUE? a. Pain impulses create a gate leading to the brain. b. the brain is capable of generating pain on its own. c. the gate closes when pain...

Psychology
1. To sustain a learned response in someone, it is best for you to reinforce it: a. continuously b. intermittently c. intermittenly at first, then continuously d. at the first sign of spontaneous recovery. I chose B. 2. In his famous obedience study, Stanley Milgram set out to...

Psychology
Hi i need help with 2 practice questions 1. Just as _____ can strengthen social identity, ______ can reduce conflict between "us" and "them" a. competition; anonymity b. interdependence; cooperation c. individualism; interdependence d. competition; cooperation I chose C 2. ...

psychology
What are some movies that is related to the issues of child development and developmental psychology

Psychology
Modeling others' behaviors has been shown to be significant factors in learning. Research on modeling (and aggression, explicitly) demonstrates that aggression correlates with: a. violence in the media b. male testosterone levels c. social class d. intelligence and economic ...

Psychology
According to sociobiologists, it is adaptive for male courtship behavior to: a. desire stability b. idealize security c. be choosy d. be promiscuous My answer is A.

Psychology
The emotional risk factor that poses a significant danger to one's physical health is proneness to: a. Antagonistic anger b. depression c. loneliness and worry d. anxiety and helplessness I chose B.

psychology
Motives are internal states that activate behavior and give it direction. True or False

Psychology
Explain how even though images appear on the retina in two-dimensional space, we are able to perceive objects in three-dimensions ====== can someone answer this please? or give me an idea of this question? thanks

Psychology
Discuss the extent to which the brain has the capacity for repair. Include concepts such as plasticity, collateral sprouting, substitution of function, and neurogenesis.

psychology
Conditional positive regard can be damaging because _______________. Answer A. the negative responses of others can lower self-esteem B. there are limitations placed on the creative personality C. anxiety is produced by the discrepancy between real self and the expectations ...

Psychology
As a consumer of mental health services, which type of therapy would you prefer if you did not like to talk about your problems? If you were suffering from a phobia? If you had recurring nightmares since childhood? If you wanted to improve your marriage?

stastistics(psychology)
A study was conducted to identify the predictors for symptomatic distress in EMS workers. Five predictor variables were used in a regression model and fitted to a data collected on n = 147 EMS workers and yielded F* = 34.47. In testing the usefulness of this model, the null ...

statistics
For a particular sample of 80 scores on a psychology exam, the following results were obtained. First quartile = 65 Third quartile = 98 Standard deviation = 8 Range = 56 Mean = 83 Median = 81 Mode = 59 Midrange = 64 Answer each of the following: I. What score was earned by ...

Cross-culture psychology 450
good reference on Japanese and united States culture differences

Psychology
Survey results may be inaccurate due to: a. participants who do not tell the truth b. the bias of respondents c. the use of a representative sample d. failure of most statistical procedures in analyzing the results of surveys I believe the answer is A, not sure

Psychology
A theory can be defined as: a. an attempt to test behavior and thought process b. an accurate description of problem-solving behavior c. the basis for relationships among facts and principles d. the application of the scientific method through statistics I believe the answer ...

Psychology
Using the format of an experimental write-up*, describe (and illustrate) 2 of the following 3 important Behavioral/Learning experiments: 1) Seligman’s “Learned Helplessness” experiment 2) Skinner’s “Latent Learning” experiment 3) Bandura’s Observational Learning...

psychology
Why is Pseudo-psychologies so popular?

psychology
Why is Pseudo-psychologies so popular?

Psychology
Jiskha Support Team, I am supposed to do a written assignment however I am having a problem with understanding instruction number #1 and #3 #1 through #4 is part of the requirement for my written paper #1). Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis. X #2...

psychology
According to behavioral treatment approaches, abnormal behavior is learned through: (Points: 5) thoughts based on the perception of events. vicarious experiences. rewards and punishments. conflict experiences in early childhood.

psychology
Stress has the ability to cause the immune system to: (Points: 5) be under stimulated. attack rather than support the body. repair itself. increase its resources.

psychology
correlation coefficient indicates a _______________ between two variables.

psychology
what school of thought would best describe rioting behavior after a large sporting event

Personality Psychology
what is the difference between distortion and displacement?

Psychology
Can someone please explain the exotic becomes erotic theory by daryl bem, i have read it but i cant understand what its really saying thank you

Psychology
I was assigned a topic nature vs nurture: are children born gay or evolved into,,,,i would appreciate if anyone knows of any book sources that can help me and any secondary source because i don't know where to start thank you in advance

psychology
View the results for a hypothetical psychology test psychology test. Then, create a report with the following: The mean score for each question. The mean score for the entire test. A graph that represents the scores for each question.

Psychology
A distribution has a standard deviation of _ _ 12. Find the z-score for each of the following locations in the distribution. a. Above the mean by 3 points. b. Above the mean by 12 points. c. Below the mean by 24 points. d. Below the mean by 18 points.

General Psychology
what is the advantages and disadvantages of using the archival method?

psychology please help asap
Why might the study of identical (monozygotic) twins be valuable in constructing a model of abnormal behavior? How would dizygotic twins be different?

Anthropology, sociology and psychology
''How do people act in an unfamiliar situation?'' How is this question in quote anthropological?

Psy
Describe a hypothesis related to the area of psychology in which you are predicting an interaction. Describe the specific nature of the interaction and why you think an interaction would occur. Justify your answers with appropriate research and reasoning.

Psychology - Behavior Modification
Can someone help me come up with another treatment goal for inability to sleep. This is what I had and the instructor said that I had to change it because we really cannot include a biological function in the treatment plan since a doctor has to do this and that we do not ...

Psychology
Give a possible reason that if a part of the brain were injured, the expected behavior problems might not occur.

psychology statistics
15. Based on the information given for each of the following studies, decide whether to reject the null hypothesis. For each, give (a) the Z-score cutoff (or cutoffs) on the comparison distribution at which the null hypothesis should be rejected, (b) the Z score on the ...

psychology
For each of the following questions, choose either authority, rational method or empirical method as the best way to answer the question, and explain how you would do it. Then consider whether any alternative methods might be used. is your course instructor male or female what...

Psychology
What is an example of romantic love, fatuous love and consummate love? ex. Infatuation would be one night stand

psychology please help me
How is eccentric behavior different from abnormal behavior? Where does the diagnosis come from?

Psychology
How is eccentric behavior different from abnormal behavior? Where does the diagnosis come from?

Psychology
How does the elaboration likelihood model helps to explain the relationship between the persuader, the message and audience?

Psychology
This is part of a paper I am writing.....I need to write about this, however I am confused by the 2nd part of the question. What do you think they are looking for when they state how are we influenced by emotion, framing and narratives? What attributes are inherent in ...

psychology
albert ellis depicts the relationship between irrationa belief and negative emotions through use of a. a contigency contract b. dialectical theory c. the A-B-Cmodel d. observational learning i think the right answer is a but i'm not sure thanks

psy220
what are the central themes and startegies of positive psychology?

psychology
The small structure in the brain that plays a key role in scrutinizing incoming information for its emotional importance is known as the ______________.

Intro to psychology / science
One part of the brain, if stimulated during adolescence, will form two distinct regions. This area of the brain is referred to as: A.) the occipital lobes B.) the pituitary glands C.) Broca's area D.) the parietal lobe I think the answer is B. am i right?

Intro to psychology / science
Learning and memory researchers have discovered that : A.) physical exercise promotes new cell growth, while mental ecercise only maintains exsisitng cells. B.)stem cells can divide and mature throughout adulthood. C.) age is the biggest limiting factor in the creation of new ...

into to psychology / science
_________play(s) the most important role in making sure neurons can function effectivly. A.) The cell body B.) Dendrites C.) Synapes D.) Gila Cells I think the answer is A. Am I right?

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