psychology review

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review for psychology students units 5-6

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Question 1

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The ego mediates between the id and the superego
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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Freud believed that they are three ____________ of personality
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  • approaches
  • drives
  • aspects

Question 3

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According to Freud, our dreams showed our repressed ________.
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  • urges
  • self
  • drive

Question 4

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According to Jung, we are [blank_start]linked[blank_end] by our universal awareness.
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  • linked
  • affect

Question 5

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A synonym of control is influence
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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A synonym of driving force is...
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  • repressed motives
  • primeval needs
  • underlying energy

Question 7

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The stressed syllable of behavior is [blank_start]ha[blank_end]
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  • ha
  • be
  • vior

Question 8

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Jung _________ that the collective unconscious is the accumulation of human experience throughtout history
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  • discussed
  • maintained
  • approached

Question 9

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Free association is...
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  • looking at a picture and saying the first thing that comes to your mind
  • associating a dream to something in your real life with the first word that comes to your mind
  • thinking about an image from your dream and saying the first word that comes to your mind

Question 10

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The stressed syllable in psychodynamic is [blank_start]na[blank_end]
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  • na
  • mic
  • cho
  • psy

Question 11

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The adjective of the word "experiment" is [blank_start]experimental[blank_end]
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  • experimental
  • experimenting
  • experimented

Question 12

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Vygotsky believed that language was a cultural tool
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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Who saw the child as a scientist?
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  • Vygotsky
  • Piaget

Question 14

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The ability to move away from one system of classification to another one as appropriate.
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  • accommodation
  • assimilation
  • decentration

Question 15

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The concrete-operational stage occurs from the ages of 7-11
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  • True
  • False

Question 16

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The representation in the mind of a set of perceptions, ideas, and/or actions, which go together.
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  • schema
  • stage
  • class inclusion

Question 17

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The ability to develop certain cognitive skills to a higher level than others depending on your culture is...
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  • domain tool
  • domain dependent
  • disequilibrium

Question 18

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Vygotsky's [blank_start]focus[blank_end] was on language and cognitive development
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  • focus
  • structure
  • tool

Question 19

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The hardest language reading People often ask which is the most difficult language to learn, and it is not easy to answer because there are many factors to take into consideration. Firstly, in a first language the differences are unimportant as people learn their mother tongue naturally, so the question of how hard a language is to learn is only relevant when learning a second language. Question: The question of how hard a language is to learn is relevant to both first and second language acquisition.
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  • True
  • False

Question 20

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The hardest language reading A native speaker of Spanish, for example, will find Portuguese much easier to learn than a native speaker of Chinese, for example, because Portuguese is very similar to Spanish, while Chinese is very different, so first language can affect learning a second language. The greater the differences between the second language and our first, the harder it will be for most people to learn. Many people answer that Chinese is the hardest language to learn, possibly influenced by the thought of learning the Chinese writing system, and the pronunciation of Chinese does appear to be very difficult for many foreign learners. However, for Japanese speakers, who already use Chinese characters in their own language, learning writing will be less difficult than for speakers of languages using the Roman alphabet. Question: Portuguese is definitely easier than Chinese.
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  • True
  • False

Question 21

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The hardest language reading Apparently, British diplomats and other embassy staff have found that the second hardest language is Japanese, which will probably come as no surprise to many, but the language that they have found to be the most problematic is Hungarian, which has 35 cases (forms of a nouns according to whether it is subject, object, genitive, etc). This does not mean that Hungarian is the hardest language to learn for everyone, but it causes British diplomatic personnel, who are generally used to learning languages, the most difficulty. However, Tabassaran, a Caucasian language has 48 cases, so it might cause more difficulty if British diplomats had to learn it. Question: The Hungarian alphabet causes problems for British speakers.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 22

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The realization that objects or sets of objects stay the same even when they are changed about or made to look different is called [blank_start]conversation[blank_end].
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  • conservation
  • operation
  • adaptation

Question 23

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The process by which a person takes material into their mind from the environment, which may mean changing the evidence of their senses to make it fit.
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  • adaptation
  • assimilation
  • class inclusion

Question 24

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The noun of "stable" is [blank_start]stability[blank_end]
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  • stability
  • stableness
  • stable

Question 25

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The stress syllable in spirituality is [blank_start]tua[blank_end]
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  • tua
  • ri
  • ty
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