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What is organizational commitment?

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16 Jan 2020
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schizophrenia is considered a ________ disorder.

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12 Feb 2020
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43. I tell you 3 numbers and then ask you to count backwards by fours before asking you to recall the 3 numbers. What am I trying to demonstrate? A) proactive interference B) retroactive interference C) iconic interference D) release from interference E) limitations of LTM
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8 Dec 2018
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19. Evolutionary psychologists would explain that a trait is adaptive if a. there is no variability in that trait. b. it is more common within a species. c, it helped a specific individual within a population to survive. d. it helped a species survive and thrive in its natural history.
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7 Dec 2018
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43. Compared to cognitive dissonance theory, self-perception theory A) makes quite different predictions about attitude change B) gives quite different explanations of attitude change C) provides a more sophisticated methodology for measuring the psychological tension of dissonance D) is based on many more elaborate theoretical constructs E) there is no difference between the two
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6 Dec 2018
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40. A right-handed split brain patient is staring straight ahead at a screen and pictures are briefly flashed in both visual fields. A picture of a hammer is flashed to the left visual field and a picture of a rock is flashed to the right visual field. If the patient is asked to reach under the screen with their left hand and pick up what they saw, what will happen? A) the patient will pick up the hammer B) the patient will pick up the rock C) the patient will comment that they do not know how to do this task D) the patient will pick up any object except the rock or hammer E) the patient will pick up both the rock and the hammer
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5 Dec 2018
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3. Research participants are randomly assigned to different groups in an experiment in order to a increase chances that participants are representative of people in general b. minimize chances that participants in any group know each other. o minimize any differences between groups of participants. d increase chances that the different groups have the same number of participants.
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2 Dec 2018
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15. Ralph watches as a customer with at least 40 items lines up at his express checkout line He decides the customer must be a real “idiot" to miss the sign that indicates Ralph's checkout line is an express line with a limit of 10 items. Ralph's attribution for the cause of the customer's behavior is consistent with
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2 Dec 2018
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30. John believes that a person's thoughts and feelings cannot be objectively measured, and are therefore unworthy of scientific study. John's views are from the perspective. a. psychodynamic b. humanistic c. cognitive d. behaviorist
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2 Dec 2018
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6. Which of the following is/are considered to be a stimulus for the perception of movement? A) the absolute movement of the stimulus across the retina B) binocular disparity, in which each eye sees a slightly different image C) the relative movement of an object in relation to its background D) the object's height in the horizontal plane E) Both A) and C).
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3 Dec 2018
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35. Master tobacco blenders learn their job by looking at, smelling and sampling hundreds of different tobacco mixtures while trying to discern smaller and smaller differences in their appearance, flavours and aromas. This is an example of A) second-order conditioning B) latent learning C) generalization D) discrimination training E) chaining
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2 Dec 2018
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33. George was a British helicopter pilot in Iraq. His helicopter was shot down during a mission and crashed in the desert. After he recovered he developed a strong fear reaction to flying and could not approach any helicopter. His therapist attempted to treat George by extinguishing the fear reaction. This was successful and George returned to flying. But one day when he approached his helicopter, he felt the full intensity of fear once again. Most likely, this reflects A) the law of effect B) the use of systematic desensitization C) slow acquisition of the fear response D) spontaneous recovery E) the limited use of extinction
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2 Dec 2018
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22. Potential research participants are told enough about an upcoming study to enable them to choose whether they wish to participate. This illustrates the practice of seeking a. a placebo effect. b. a representative sample. c. an operational definition. d. informed consent.
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1 Dec 2018
Psychology
15. Phineas Gage underwent a dramatic personality change after an iron rod inflicted major damage to his lobe(s). a. frontal b. temporal c. occipital d. parietal
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29 Nov 2018
Psychology
41. Higher levels of usually increase the likelihood of which consists of unprovoked aggressive acts that are designed to establish a dominance hierarchy among members of a particular species A) serotonin; social aggression B) serotonin; impulsive aggression C) testosterone; social aggression D) testosterone; impulsive aggression E) dopamine; frustrated aggression
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29 Nov 2018
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