Research (Vartanian et al., 2012) suggests that even informal and relatively brief behavioral assessments of normally functioning adults can lead to a consensus with respect to predicting (Points : 1)

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PSY 330 Theories of Personality Week 3 Quiz Answers

 

1. Research (Vartanian et al., 2012) suggests that even informal and relatively brief behavioral assessments of normally functioning adults can lead to a consensus with respect to predicting (Points : 1)

Question 2.2. With respect to assessment, the behavioral perspective would attribute any observed differences based on culture to different (Points : 1)

Question 3.3. What did Martin Seligman find during his experiments with dogs and electrical shock? (Points : 1)

Question 4.4. According to B. F. Skinner, an operant is (Points : 1)

Question 5.5. Consistent with David H. Barlow’s hypothesis, a recent study (Pickett et al., 2012) of undergraduates showed a strong connection between behavioral inhibition, experiential avoidance, and (Points : 1)

Question 6.6. According to the chapter, classical conditioning best explains clinical disorders like PTSD by (Points : 1)

Question 7.7. What is the difference between forgetting and extinction? (Points : 1

Question 8.8. What are the important steps in Joseph Wolpe’s systematic desensitization? (Points : 1)

Question 9.9. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to Edward Lee Thorndike’s Law of Effect? (Points : 1)

Question 10.10. Why is a variable schedule the best schedule to maintain behavior over time? (Points : 1)

Question 11.11. What significant result came from Beck’s success in cognitive-behavior therapy and the popularity of his approach? (Points : 1)

Question 12.12. In his research with rats and a maze, Edward Tolman found that (Points : 1

Question 13.13. Which of the following statements reflects how Albert Ellis’s Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy can be used to help us understand personality disorders? (Points : 1)

Question 14.14. According to Kelly’s construct theory, what other construct may arise from the personal construct that “no matter how hard I work, I never get ahead”? (Points : 1)

Question 15.15. Research about violent TV exposure has shown that such exposure (Points : 1)

Question 16.16. What has been shown about motivated reasoning through Kunda’s literature review? (Points : 1)

Question 17.17. How did George Kelly compare the everyday person to a scientist in his construct theory? (Points : 1

Question 18.18. How could self- and person-schemas be implicated in depression? (Points : 1)

Question 19.19. Why is it often said that our brains use heuristics to process information rather than algorithms? (Points : 1)

Question 20.20. What was a primary factor in the rise of the cognitive revolution? (Points : 1)