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Latin for “blank slate”, Locke proposed that the human mind is initially this
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Latin for “blank slate”, Locke proposed that the human mind is initially this
What is tabula rasa?
German for “whole”, the perspective of psychology espoused by Wertheimer and Kohler
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German for “whole”, the perspective of psychology espoused by Wertheimer and Kohler
What is Gestalt?
G. Stanley Hall used this German term for “storm and stress” for his theory of adolescence
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G. Stanley Hall used this German term for “storm and stress” for his theory of adolescence
What is sturm und drang?
French for “let do”, this is a permissive parenting style
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French for “let do”, this is a permissive parenting style
What is laissez faire?
French for “fool the eye”, this painting technique uses pictorial depth cues
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French for “fool the eye”, this painting technique uses pictorial depth cues
What is trompe l'oeil?
The letter used to denote the number of participants in an experiment
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The letter used to denote the number of participants in an experiment
What is 'n'?
The letter used to denote the “constant” in Weber’s Law
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The letter used to denote the “constant” in Weber’s Law
What is 'k'?
Spearman’s symbol for general intelligence
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Spearman’s symbol for general intelligence
What is 'g'?
This standardized score tells you how many standard deviations the score is from the mean
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This standardized score tells you how many standard deviations the score is from the mean
What is 'z'?
The last initial of “Anna”, whose treatment has been attributed to the beginning of psychoanalysis
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The last initial of “Anna”, whose treatment has been attributed to the beginning of psychoanalysis
What is 'O'?
A sequential order of feared events in systematic desensitization AND Maslow’s pyramidal concept
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A sequential order of feared events in systematic desensitization AND Maslow’s pyramidal concept
What is fear hierarchy of needs?
Freud’s moral branch of personality AND a type of thinking in Piaget’s preoperational stage
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Freud’s moral branch of personality AND a type of thinking in Piaget’s preoperational stage
What is super-ego-centricism?
An incorrect response in signal detection theory AND the body’s first response to stress, according to Selye
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An incorrect response in signal detection theory AND the body’s first response to stress, according to Selye
What is the false alarm stage?
The compliance technique in which a large unreasonable request precedes a smaller request, AND what occurs when a test seems to measure what is meant to measure
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The compliance technique in which a large unreasonable request precedes a smaller request, AND what occurs when a test seems to measure what is meant to measure
What is door in the face validity?
Where physical pleasure comes from according to Freud ANDwhere social learning occurs according to Vygotsky
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Where physical pleasure comes from according to Freud ANDwhere social learning occurs according to Vygotsky
What is erogenous zone of proximal development?
Skinner thought of the mind as this
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Skinner thought of the mind as this
What is the black box?
Aaron Beck graduated from this Rhode Island university in 1942
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Aaron Beck graduated from this Rhode Island university in 1942
What is Brown University?
In the “Three Faces of Eve”, the personality associated with the timid Eve
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In the “Three Faces of Eve”, the personality associated with the timid Eve
Who is Eve White?
With Swets, he co-authored the 1966 book Signal Detection Theory and Psychophysics
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With Swets, he co-authored the 1966 book Signal Detection Theory and Psychophysics
Who is David Green?
The author of the best-selling 2009 book “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us”
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The author of the best-selling 2009 book “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us”
Who is Daniel Pink?
Sternberg’s theory of love uses this shape as its model
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Sternberg’s theory of love uses this shape as its model
What is a triangle?
The title of Herrnstein and Murray’s 1994 controversial book on the nature/nurture debate in intelligence
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The title of Herrnstein and Murray’s 1994 controversial book on the nature/nurture debate in intelligence
What is 'The Bell Curve'?
A type of repeated measures research design that ensures that each treatment is presented an equal number of times in each position
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A type of repeated measures research design that ensures that each treatment is presented an equal number of times in each position
What is a Latin Square?
The small, membrane covered hole in the cochlea that receives vibrations from the stapes
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The small, membrane covered hole in the cochlea that receives vibrations from the stapes
What is the oval window?
Discovered in 1832 by a Swiss chrystallographer, this illusion is probably the most famous multi-stable stimulus
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Discovered in 1832 by a Swiss chrystallographer, this illusion is probably the most famous multi-stable stimulus
What is the Necker Cube?
In order to enjoy the smell of potpourri, these receptors would have to be stimulated
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In order to enjoy the smell of potpourri, these receptors would have to be stimulated
What are olfactory receptor neurons?




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