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A researcher interested in “inattentional blindness” has a confederate walk across a stage holding a large sign during the first class of an introductory psychology course. At the end of the class, assistants ask departing students if they know what the sign said. This is an example of…
structured observation.
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You overhear a psychologist presenting a lecture to an introductory psychology class. The teacher mentions “purposeful or goal-directed behavior that may vary in intensity from one occasion to another.” You recognize that he is talking about which type of behavior? a. Motivated b. Emotional c. Frustrated d. Preconscious
As an undergraduate, good preparation for graduate training in the research subfields of experimental, developmental social, cognitive, and biopsychology begins with your being highly successful and enjoying courses in: (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY) introductory psychology research methods psychology of addiction abnormal psychology seminars in experimental design history of psychology statistics
statistics seminars in experimental design research methods
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Suzie is a graduate student who is conducting research on the topic of relative happiness. Suzie also teaches an introductory psychology course. Because her students are readily available, she uses them as participants in her research. This is an example of
a convenience sample.
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Dr. James has decided that his 50th birthday would be the perfect time to begin writing an Introductory Psychology textbook. This would be a good time for Dr. James to do this, as he has accumulated years of knowledge about psychology. It would be a demonstration of his:
crystallized intelligence
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13. It is 10:15 a.m. on a mid-semester Wednesday. Three sections of introductory psychology are meeting on the second floor of Old Main. In Room 201, Ms. Romero is describing implicit memory. Across the hall in 204, Dr. Darby’s class is considering the differences between sensory and short-term memory. Finally, in Old Main 209, Dr. Eastwood is writing the terms ‘encoding,’ ‘storage,’ and ‘retrieval’ on the whiteboard. Ms. Romero is discussing memory ______. Dr. Darby’s class is examining memory ________. Dr Eastwood is describing memory _________. a. processes; types; stages b. stages; processes; types c stages; types; processes d. types; processes; stages
d; Difficult
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