1. Jenny is someone who anticipates positive outcomes. What type of trait does she have?
A. Placebo effect
2. What part of our personality provides us with the ability to make judgmental decisions?
3. Growing up, Marshall would behave around his parents due to the fact that he would get rewarded for being on good behavior. His parents used which therapy type?
B. Cognitive Therapy
B. Operant Conditioning
D. Averse Conditioning
E. Good Boy Therapy
4. Analysts would make a(n) _______ certain events and chains of thought in order to promote hindsight.
5. Danny, the team’s 3rd baseman, boots a routine groundball in the final out of the final game, leading to them lose the game in extra innings. It’s a team’s game, however, someone is always left to be blamed. What theory is this?
A. Scapegoat theory
B. Social trap
C. Placebo theory
D. Passionate love
6. ______ is a phenomenon that people claim to, at times, have when given a sense that they’ve “been here before.”
As early as 2600 BC, games are universal part of human experience and present in all countries as part their cultures. Games are usually for enjoyment, leisure, and sometimes used as educational tool. Key components of games are goals, rules, challenge, and interaction. Games generally involve mental and physical stimulation, and often both. Games can take a variety of forms, from competitive ...
B. Implicit Memory
C. Automatic processing
D. Déjà vu
7. Due to finals coming up, Tasha is having a hard time balancing everyday goings. She is trying to deal with what?
8. Bobby has a knack of having the ability to create new ideas that seem to impress his peers. What kind of trait does he have?
C. Imaginative thinking
9. What is the principle by which we organize the perceptual field into stimuli that stand out and those that are left over?
A. Opponent-process theory
B. Figure ground relationship
C. trichromatic theory
10. Will goes to every football practice he possibly can because he has what?