External link to 1. Attention is a (a) Post-perceptive process (b) Pre-perceptive process (c) All-or- process (d)
External link to 1. Do you think that cloning will benefit t mankind? Argue in favour of or against. 2. Schools in..
You are in charge of organizing a party held for the sole purpose of raising money for a worthy cause. You must decide whether to schedule an outdoor picnic or an indoor buffet supper. This event must be planned so far in advance that you have no way of assigning a probability for rain on the day of the party. On the basis of past […]
External link to 1. Psychologists recognize three kinds of intelligence activity. These do not include (a)…
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External link to 1. In the study of behaviour, greater objectivity and reliability are the criteria that determine…
State whether each of the following relationships is: a. transitive, intransitive, or nontransitive b. symmetric, asymmetric, or nonsymmetric c. reflexive, irreflexive, or nonreflexive 1. Hates 2. Wife of 3. Owns 4. Is seated next to 5. More than 6. Is better than 7. Is shorter than 8. Is not identical with 9. Is the same height as 10. Fears
External link to 1. Most concepts that people use in thinking (a) Accurately account for critical differences among..
a. Working conditions of air traffic controllers were investigated as a result of a number of incidents of controllers sleeping on the job when planes were trying to land at major airports. b. A bare foot in direct contact with the ground depends more on the four small toes for traction and weight distribution than it does when supported by a shoe. Thus the small […]
External link to 1. The somatic marker hypothesis states that (a) Somatic feedback associated with emotion precedes..
Suppose you are taking a course in which you have done well on the midterm exams and homework, and you studied for the final and thought you did well in that too. You receive a D when your grade report arrives. What can you say about the prior probability of the hypothesis There was an error in the grade report?
External link to 1. Define personality and discuss its determinants. 2. Critically evaluate Freuds psychoanalytical.
Sir Richard Doll, who died in 2005 at age 92, studied links between smoking and many ailments. One of his important studies focused on comparing mortality rates for smokers and nonsmokers. He followed a group of more than 40,000 British male doctors born from 1900 to 1930 for the half-century between 1951 and 2001. The mortality rates for the two groups began to diverge before […]
External link to 1. Is it behaviour that can be observed or should be studied or is it the suspected inner working..
In what ways does the study described in the following fall short of a randomized experimental design? Theres a lore in Alcoholics Anonymous, [Harriet de Wit] continues, that a single drink can lead to a drinking binge. But no one had ever shownunder controlled conditionsif this was true for the so-called average drinker. Earlier this year, de Wit and her coworkers decided to find out. […]
External link to 1. The capacity of STM is limited to (a) 7 chunks (b) 7 + 2 chunks (c) 7 2 chunks (d) 7 + chunks 2..
Based on recent statistics, the probability that a smoker who lives in a rural area will die from lung cancer is 0.00065. The probability that a smoker from an urban area will die from lung cancer is 0.00085. The probability that a nonsmoker from an urban area will die from lung cancer is 0.00015, whereas the probability that a rural nonsmoker will die from lung […]
External link to 1. Which of the following is stressed upon by the gestalt school of psychology in perception? (a)…
In 1678 the Dutch physicist Christian Huyghens suggested [contrary to the accepted theory that light was made up of tiny particles] that light consisted of tiny waves. If it was made up of waves, there was no difficulty about explaining the different amount of refraction of different kinds of light through a refracting medium, provided it was assumed that light traveled more slowly through the […]
External link to 1. Can attention be divided? Discuss with scientific c evidence. 2. Critically evaluate Broadbents.
a. What is the probability of drawing two aces in two blind draws from a standard deck of cards without replacement? b. Suppose you are playing a card game in which four cards are dealt to each person. What is the probability that you will be dealt four aces? What is the probability that you will be dealt four kings or four queens or four […]
External link to 1. According to the JamesLange theory of emotion, felt emotions depend on the (a) Perception of…
Defense of Duress A defendant who has been charged with embezzlement is using the affirmative defense of duress to justify her actions. She states that her boyfriend, who was also her supervisor, blackmailed her and threatened to show people pornographic photographs of her if she did not steal cash from the company safe on a regular basis. They split the money, which she spent to […]
External link to 1. What is the nature of perception? 2. The Guestlists elected to study perception in terms of…
In an attempt to make ecological sense out of a diversity of practices, including food choices and taboos, much attention has been given to protein as a necessity in potentially short supply. These various studies identify a particular potential for protein scarcity in a given situation and seek to demonstrate that the ecologically most important effect of certain aspects of behavior is the alleviation of […]
External link to 1. Metabolism is the general function of (a) The gonads (b) The pituitary gland (c) The adrenal…
A working paper, Rainfall, Human Capital, and Democracy by S. Haber and V. Menaldo, demonstrates a relationship between rainfall levels and types of regimes in the world since 1945. The authors discovered that among regions with less than 21.5 annual rainfall, there are only 2 democracies (Cyprus and Israel) but 14 autocracies. In regions with moderate rainfall (21.551) there are 18 democracies and 7 autocracies. […]
External link to What is it called when decision-making is based on information that is most easily retrieved from…
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act, signed into law by President Reagan in 1984, required every state to set 21 years of age as the legal minimum for the purchase and public possession of alcohol. Strong support for the law came from those who believed that raising the minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) to 21 would greatly reduce alcohol-related traffic deaths. Many studies have been […]
External link to 1. Consciousness is defi ned as the state of (a) Well-being (b) Awareness (c) Euphoria (d)…
The French paradox is the name given to the observation that despite a French diet that is rich in fat, obesity and heart-attack rates are much lower in France than in countries with healthier diets. The French also drink red wine that, according to some, has a neutralizing effect on the saturated fats in the diet. Resveratrol, a compound found in grape skins, has received […]
External link to 1. There are eight different forms of intelligence. Critically evaluate the theory of intelligence
Because of an increase in both obesity in youth and sports injuries over the past 25 years, many more people develop osteoarthritis at a relatively early age. Glucosamine/ Chondriton supplements, offered as an over-the-counter treatment for osteoarthritis, is an $850 million a year business. The largest study of the effectiveness of these products involved about 1,600 participants in 2006. Twenty-two percent who suffered from moderate […]
External link to Which of the following statements is not true regarding transfer of learning? (a) The direction of..
Emotional preparation aids surgical recovery: A study of 60 men undergoing coronary bypass grafts at the University of Iowa Medical Center was conducted recently. The men were divided into two groups. One group received the hospitals standard preparation for patients about to undergo surgery: a brochure on the procedures and a short visit from a nurse to answer questions. The other group watched a videotape […]
External link to 1. ESP is an abbreviation for (a) Especial sense perception (b) Extra sense perception (b)…
Does incarceration of juvenile offenders cause them to continue criminal activity after their release? A study by R. M. Giguere compared data concerning criminal activity of a sample of incarcerated youth after their release with a group who had engaged in similar activity but who were given probation or assigned to some public service activity instead of being incarcerated. She found that incarceration did not […]
External link to 1. The emergency theory of emotion is called such because (a) It was developed during a period of…
a. What sentence must be true if No electric cars are battery powered is true? b. What is the contradictory of Some pro football players are not dancers? c. What is the contradictory of No football players are ballroom dancers? d. What sentence is contrary to All stockbrokers are rich? e. What is the subimplication of No stockbrokers are doctors? (a) Identify the S, M, […]
External link to 1. What do you understand by the term perceptual cognitive styles? Outline the major ones with…
Deterring murder is the reason most often given for the death penalty. (The other main reason is retribution: The murderer should suffer loss of life in retribution for the life or lives taken.) Statistics gathered before 2007, when 14 states had no death penalty, have consistently shown, however, that states with a death penalty have a higher murder rate (5.5 per 100,000) than those without […]
External link to a. More than one in five students has one or more foreign-born parents, many of whom speak a…
No Link Found Between Hepatitis B Vaccine and Certain Neurological Disorders. WASHINGTONBased on a review of clinical and population studies, the hepatitis B vaccine does not cause or trigger multiple sclerosis in adults, says a new report from the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. At present, there is no need for government advisory bodies to review policy that encourages the vaccination of infants, […]
External link to 1. In which of the following respects, classical and operant conditioning do not differ? (a) In…
You are trying to decide whether to purchase collision insurance for your six-year-old automobile. The car has a retail value of $6,000. The price of the insurance for a year, with a $500 deductible, is $300. a. What are some of the probabilities and utilities you would consider in making your decision? b. Suppose you decide to purchase the insurance. Can you construct a decision […]
External link to a. Dawns experience tutoring students led her to teaching. What other experiences in peoples lives
a. Researchers extraction of stem cells from early-stage human embryos destroys human life. Any destruction of human life is not ethical, so stem-cell research is unethical. b. Early-stage human embryos are balls of cells with no moral status, and only things with moral status are subject to ethical restraints. So early-stage human embryos are not subject to ethical restraints. c. No use of human embryos […]
External link to a. Many LGBTQ students feel very isolated in schools because teachers, students, and counselors do..
The Bill of Rights Interview three or four friends (not in this class) and ask them to name 7 of the 10 amendments in the Bill of Rights. Tally the results and then answer the following questions: a. Did they seem to have a fairly complete understanding of the Bill of Rights? Why orwhy not? b. Were you surprised by the results? Why or why […]
External link to 1.Outline the characteristics of self-actualizing people proposed by Maslow. 2. What is the need…
Tying A rrangements You are a federal prosecutor who is part of a team that is bringing charges against a large software company. Over the years, this company is alleged to have forced distributors to buy its products in quantities that are dictated by the company, to refuse to buy from other companies, and to install only its products on computers that they sell. As […]
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School Violence Joshua has repeatedly teased and harassed Colin at their high school. On one occasion, Joshua and some other people abducted Colin and tied him to the flag post, partially nude, for everyone to see. Colin wanted to get even, so he decided to scare Joshua. One morning before school, Colin drove his car at high speed directly at Joshua, intending to stop just […]
External link to 1. The sounds of the, chi, and ph. are (a) Phonemes (b) Semantics (c) Morphemes (d) Syntax 2..
1. If so, would the charges be constitutional violations or common law crimes? 2. If placed on trial, could Strayer and Powers admit what they did but claim justification for their actions?
External link to 1. Our conception of events as we think will probably be called (a) A non-compensatory model (b) An.
Protection against Cybercrime You have heard that a new cybercrime has affected several other parts of the country but that prosecutors are unable to press charges because the crime has not been added to their statutes and there is no legal precedent (i.e., common law). You do not want your jurisdiction to have the same problem, and it is clear that this crime could easily […]
External link to a. How might the analysis of the case of George have been enhanced by incorporating transcripts of..
Assuming that enough probable cause existed to support a lawful arrest for murder, should the district attorney present this circumstantial evidence case to a grand jury, obtain an indictment, and bring the case to trial?
1. Why do public order offenses exist, and how do they differ from more serious crimes? 2. What is the history of vagrancy laws, and why are they no longer in common use today? 3. Why is speeding a strict liability offense?