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Procedural memory refers to a memory system that is concerned with…

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  1. Motor skills

  2. Location memory

  3. Memory of significant events

  4. Emotional memory

  5. Cognitive Skills

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One of the strongest childhood memories we typically have is learning to ride a bike which can be described as…

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  1. Procedural episodic memory

  2. Procedural implicit memory

  3. Procedural explicit memory

  4. Episodic iconic memory

  5. Primacy episodic memory

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Which type of coping is likely to be most useful, if you are faced by uncontrollable stressors?

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  1. Emotion-focused

  2. Problem-directed

  3. Distraction

  4. Resignation

  5. Delay-based

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What is a trait in personality theory?

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  1. An overt factor in categorizing individuals by types.

  2. An intervening variable relating context ans response.

  3. A pattern of share features between individuals.

  4. Unstable, incoherent aspects of individuality

  5. Building blocks in the phrenology approach

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Remembering stuff at beginning of list better than middle because of rehearsal is termed…

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  1. Primacy and recency effects

  2. Primary and recall effects

  3. Primary and recency effects

  4. Priming and recency defects

  5. Primacy and recall defects

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In the Stanford Prison Experiment, the guards often acted in abusive ways towards the prisoners. This findings suggest that…

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  1. Social roles have an important influence on how people behave

  2. It is part of human nature to be aggressive

  3. People seek situations in which they can indulge their aggressive impulses

  4. Only aggressive people are willing to assume the role of prison guard

  5.  

    Only 

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The term „declarative“ refers to…

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  1. Memory of a set of facts

  2. Memory of your childhood

  3. Memory of a motor skill (e.g. riding a bike)

  4. Memory of a specific event or special day

  5. Memory of only visual information

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The occipital lobe is involved with…

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  1. The processing of visual information

  2. The preparation of action

  3. Non-visual information

  4. Semantic information

  5. The reflex response

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Which one of these is not an element in the Big Five Factor Personality Test?

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  1. Creativeness

  2. Neuroticism

  3. Extraversion

  4. Agreeableness

  5. Conscientiousness

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Sport psychology is more recently concerned with which of the following aspects of service provision?

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  1. Education, prevention and intervention

  2. Clinical counseling

  3. De-briefing

  4. Interventions

  5. Mental skills training

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According to theories of emotion the following are the six basic emotions…

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  1. happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, and anger

  2. sadness, disgust, fear, excitement, happiness, and pride

  3. sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, happiness, and shame

  4. happiness, sadness, pride, shame, fear, and excitement

  5. happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, and excitement

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What is the empirical method?

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  1. A set of operations for systematic collection of data

  2. An objective, irrefutable method

  3. The opposite of pseudo-science

  4. A set of operations for investigation the psychological continuum

  5. A scientific method not only based on theory

     

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PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

Procedural memory refers to a memory system that is concerned with…

  1. Motor skills

  2. Location memory

  3. Memory of significant events

  4. Emotional memory

  5. Cognitive Skills

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

One of the strongest childhood memories we typically have is learning to ride a bike which can be described as…

  1. Procedural episodic memory

  2. Procedural implicit memory

  3. Procedural explicit memory

  4. Episodic iconic memory

  5. Primacy episodic memory

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

Which type of coping is likely to be most useful, if you are faced by uncontrollable stressors?

  1. Emotion-focused

  2. Problem-directed

  3. Distraction

  4. Resignation

  5. Delay-based

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

What is a trait in personality theory?

  1. An overt factor in categorizing individuals by types.

  2. An intervening variable relating context ans response.

  3. A pattern of share features between individuals.

  4. Unstable, incoherent aspects of individuality

  5. Building blocks in the phrenology approach

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

Remembering stuff at beginning of list better than middle because of rehearsal is termed…

  1. Primacy and recency effects

  2. Primary and recall effects

  3. Primary and recency effects

  4. Priming and recency defects

  5. Primacy and recall defects

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

In the Stanford Prison Experiment, the guards often acted in abusive ways towards the prisoners. This findings suggest that…

  1. Social roles have an important influence on how people behave

  2. It is part of human nature to be aggressive

  3. People seek situations in which they can indulge their aggressive impulses

  4. Only aggressive people are willing to assume the role of prison guard

  5.  

    Only 

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

The term „declarative“ refers to…

  1. Memory of a set of facts

  2. Memory of your childhood

  3. Memory of a motor skill (e.g. riding a bike)

  4. Memory of a specific event or special day

  5. Memory of only visual information

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

The occipital lobe is involved with…

  1. The processing of visual information

  2. The preparation of action

  3. Non-visual information

  4. Semantic information

  5. The reflex response

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

Which one of these is not an element in the Big Five Factor Personality Test?

  1. Creativeness

  2. Neuroticism

  3. Extraversion

  4. Agreeableness

  5. Conscientiousness

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

Sport psychology is more recently concerned with which of the following aspects of service provision?

  1. Education, prevention and intervention

  2. Clinical counseling

  3. De-briefing

  4. Interventions

  5. Mental skills training

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

According to theories of emotion the following are the six basic emotions…

  1. happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, and anger

  2. sadness, disgust, fear, excitement, happiness, and pride

  3. sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, happiness, and shame

  4. happiness, sadness, pride, shame, fear, and excitement

  5. happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, and excitement

PSYCHO 1 FRAGEN PROF

What is the empirical method?

  1. A set of operations for systematic collection of data

  2. An objective, irrefutable method

  3. The opposite of pseudo-science

  4. A set of operations for investigation the psychological continuum

  5. A scientific method not only based on theory

     

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