The notion that health is governed by a complex interaction of biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors is referred to as the:
Which of the following is not a method for practicing focus and flow?
What percentage of psychology majors do not go into a psychology-related career?
As a sports psychologist, what would you suggest to a client who is having trouble with "choking" during his baseball games?
Think ahead and balance what is happening at the moment with what may happen later on
Analyze and evaluate mistakes
Practice Mindfulness-Acceptance Commitment
Practice Zone-Commitment exercises
Question the trustworthiness of his automatic reactions
Are widely held beliefs that people have certain characteristics because of their membership in a particular group
Reflect normal cognitive processes that frequently are automatic
Tend to be broad overgeneralizations that ignore the diversity within social groups
All of the above
Ron Swanson tells Leslie Knope that the best place to get a flat tire is on a country road as compared to a highway. This advice relates to the psychological idea of
groupthink because she is put into danger by the large crowd of a highway
bystander effect because she is less likely to get help on the highway full of people
polarization because the drivers on a highway will be less likely to help her
observational learning because a driver on an empty country road is more likely to notice her
A father suggests that his son's low marks in school are due to the child's laziness. The father has made __________ attribution.
a high consensus
The fundamental attribution error refers to the tendency of
observers to favor external attributions in explaining the behavior of others
observers to favor internal attributions in explaining the behavior of others
actors to favor external attributions in explaining the behavior of others
actors to favor internal attributions in explaining their behavior
Harry Potter wants very badly to ask Cho Chang for a date, but he is afraid to risk rejection. He is experiencing:
an approach-avoidance conflict
an avoidance-avoidance conflict
The four principal types of stress are
frustration, conflict, pressure, and anxiety
frustration, anger, pressure, and change
anger, anxiety, depression, and annoyance
frustration, conflict, pressure, and change
annoyance, change, anxiety, conflict, anger
The Kitty Genovese murder was infamous because 39 neighbors saw the brutal attack, and yet no one came to her aid or called the police. This is an example of
Which of the following is not a strategy for performing at your peak?
Sufficient amount of distractions
Automatic coping skills
Thought control strategies
All of the following are differences between psychologists and therapists/counselors except
Experience and training
Ability to prescribe medicines
Employability and demand
The results of Milgram's study imply that
in the real world, most people will refuse to follow orders to inflict harm on a stranger.
many people will obey an authority figure even if innocent people get hurt.
most people are willing to give obviously wrong answers when ordered to do so.
most people stick to their own judgment, even when group members unanimously agree.
Cathy is an average freshman at UNC and is getting stressed about rushing sororities, but she can't seem to be cheerful at the events because of the distress over her and her boyfriend's breakup. She turns to alcohol and hardcore partying with friends to cope; she also thinks it will help her to win a bid if she seems like a fun partyer. She is most likely to head down the pathway of
Which of the following variables does not tend to facilitate persuasion?
Forewarning of the receiver
A two-sided argument
Miley Sirus had too much fun and too much to drink at the house party tonight. She is having trouble walking, experiencing disorientation, and couldn't feel it when she ran into the cab car. She is most likely has a BAC level of
Cognitive dissonance theory predicts that after people engage in behavior that contradicts their true feelings, they will:
convince themselves they didn't really perform the behavior
change their attitude to make it more consistent with their behavior
change their attitude to make it less consistent with their behavior
eat a bucket of cookie dough ice cream and cry
Groupthink occurs when members of a cohesive group
are initially unanimous about an issue
stress the importance of caution in group decision making
emphasize the occurrence at the expense of critical thinking in arriving at a decision
shift toward a less extreme position after group discussion
Lord Tyrion really dislikes Little Finger. After a late night discussion with some female "companions" who also dislike him, the group has deepened their hate for the former Master of Coin even further. This an example of
The natural yielding to social pressure was exhibited by the
Marshall Erikson Experiment
Olds and Milner Experiment
Which of the following is not an example of a common DSM-IV Symptom?
Alcohol use despite social problems
Drinking more and longer than intended
Daryl's dad is a violent alcoholic, and his mother died when he was young. A freshman in high school, Daryl began skipping classes to hang out with his new group of friends who are very into underage drinking and smoking. He has been failing his classes, but his father is too much of a wreck to care. Which pathway is Daryl headed down?