Assignment: 10 psychology
Which of the following is one of the greatest strengths of the social cognitive perspective of personality?
Based on your knowledge of the theories of Lawrence Kohlberg, which part of the brain would help with the reasoning of something like the Heinz Dilemma?
ne way that therapists assist clients suffering from a phobia is through a technique called systematic desensitization. The person is gradually exposed to the trigger of their fear until they learn to respond with relaxation instead of panic and dread. This uses the principle of __________, which suggests that repeated exposure to a stimulus leads to familiarity and comfort.
Which stage of sleep is characterized by an increase in delta wave activity in the brain?
One of the earliest theories of multiple types of intelligence was that of Raymond Cattell, who suggested that intelligence can be divided up into two types:
Why is it so important that people living with HIV or AIDS find ways of reducing the stress in their lives?
Psychologist Stewart Page had an associate who called 180 people who had advertised __________, but when they found out that the person calling was “about to be released from a mental health facility,” they were suddenly quick to become distant. This study demonstrated the pervasiveness of stigma attached to mental illness in the 1970s.
n 2005 the United States Supreme Court outlawed the practice of using capital punishment (the death penalty) for juvenile offenders. What was the basis of this ruling?
which of the following facts about the James-Lange theory of emotions is true?
while Alfred Binet is generally credited with creating the first test used to measure intelligence, this is actually a bit of a mistake. The test that he developed, in fact, measured a child’s: