PSY 290 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Margaret Floy Washburn, Karen Horney, Margaret MeadExam
Course CodePSY 290
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PSY290: Exam #2, Spring 2020 Your Name: Farjana Nipa
This is an open book, open notes exam but you are honor bound to complete it without consulting
with anyone nor using any internet sources apart from our course website. You may take as much
time as you wish as long as you submit it on time. There are 10 questions, each worth 10 points.
Bold or highlight the entire answer, not just the accompanying letter. Email the exam to me as a
Word file (not PDF, not WordPad) when you’ve finished it, but no later than 5PM Wednesday May
13. Please just ignore some of the irresolvable awkward spacing problems.
1. Titchener's definition of the appropriate subject matter of psychology was conscious experience.
2. When Titchener returned to Oxford with his doctorate from Wundt, his colleagues ____.
quickly followed in his footsteps
incorporated his new ideas into their own approaches
tried their best to convince him to stay in England and add the new approaches he
had learned to the department of philosophy
were skeptical of the use of scientific approaches to philosophical questions
None of the choices are correct
3. Titchener excluded women from the meetings of the Titchener Experimentalists because women:
were not admitted to graduate programs in psychology.
were believed unable to grasp the pure research methods of experimentation.
psychologists were almost exclusively engaged in applied research.
could not be admitted without their husbands, and none had married experimental
were too pure to smoke.
4. ____ was the first American woman to receive a Ph.D. degree in psychology.
Margaret Floy Washburn
5. The ____ ask, "What's the mind made of?" whereas the ____ demand, "What does it do?"
Gestalt psychologists; functionalists
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