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2009 AP Practice Exam. 1. B adaptation. Think sensory adaptation would get you to go “ice swimming”?. 2. D Social. 3. A - Provide a set of diagnostic categories for classifying psychological disorders. 4. E - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. 5. D - Humanistic.

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1 b adaptation
1. B adaptation

Think sensory adaptation would get you to go “ice swimming”?



3 a provide a set of diagnostic categories for classifying psychological disorders
3. A - Provide a set of diagnostic categories for classifying psychological disorders









11. C – Classical conditioning

The pigeon will only peck the middle circle at a stimulus!



13. D Gender

  • maladaptive

  • unjustifiable

  • disturbing

  • atypical







19 rational emotive therapy
19. IQRational Emotive Therapy


20 b occipital and temporal lobes
20. B – occipital and temporal lobes IQ

touch

decisions

vision

hearing


21 c an internal locus of control
21. C – an internal locus of control IQ

Where are you at the crossroads of motivation????


22 a average about 25 hours
22. A – average about 25 hours IQ

With no time cues…


23. B – 10 IQ

The standard deviation is the square root

of the variance.


24. D – help the client in the therapy gain new insight into himself or herself

Will he ever gain insight into his problems?


25 d 84
25. D - 84 into himself or herself

84%

60

70


26 b sodium potassium
26. B – sodium & potassium into himself or herself


27 a correlation
27. A – correlation into himself or herself


28 b hippocampus
28. B - Hippocampus into himself or herself


29 b semicircular canals
29. B – semicircular canals into himself or herself


30 d alcohol
30. D - alcohol into himself or herself


31 e an experiment
31. E – an experiment into himself or herself


32 c recognition of self
32. C – recognition of self into himself or herself



34 a intelligence testing
34. A – intelligence testing the air puff will follow


35. D - If permitted to choose their own piece of music, they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


36 c diffusion of responsibility
36. C – diffusion of responsibility they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


http://caveofmagic.com/cardtrick2.htm they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously

37. A – confirmation bias

Pick a card…..

Did “he” guess it??


38. B – a mental construct they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


39. Conditioned taste aversion for the substance they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously

  • Rat fed one flavor. Then “novel” water (sugar) is introduced.

  • The novel substance precedes radiation which leads to nausea.

  • Later subject given choice (original or “sugar” water).

  • Rat will avoid the sugar water.


40. A – cats have a higher proportion of rods to cones they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


  • 41. D - Temperament they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


Bandura’sBobo Doll Study


43 e self actualization needs
43. E – self-actualization needs they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


44 b projective
44. B - projective they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously

TAT

Rorschach


45 e behaviorism
45. E - behaviorism they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously

John Watson and “Little Albert”


46 b neuron
46. B - neuron they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


47 a expectations
47. A - expectations they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


48 b adolescents follow fads in dress and hairstyle
48. B – adolescents follow fads in dress and hairstyle they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously

  • According to Asch: results suggest that conformity can be influenced both by a need to fit in and a belief that other people are smarter or better informed.


49 c all humans are by nature good
49. C – all humans are by nature good they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


50 c cerebral cortex
50. C – cerebral cortex they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously


51 e alyse cannot remember any details of what happened right before her car accident
51. E – they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciouslyAlyse cannot remember any details of what happened right before her car accident


52 b a hallucination
52. B – a hallucination they will select moderately difficult pieces that they can master if they practice them consciously





56 b hypothalamus
56. B - Hypothalamus things over other things


57 a fixation
57. A - fixation things over other things


58 c behavioral
58. C - Behavioral things over other things


59 b systematic desensitization
59. B – systematic desensitization things over other things


60 d set point
60. D – set point things over other things




63 b 2 7 9 22
63. B – 2, 7, 9, 22 things over other things

  • The higher the range…the higher the standard deviation


64 a somatoform
64. A - somatoform things over other things


65 d classical conditioning
65. D – Classical conditioning things over other things


66 d unobservable
66. D - unobservable things over other things


67 c deindividuation
67. C - things over other thingsdeindividuation


68 b humanistic
68. B - Humanistic things over other things


69 a general adaptation syndrome
69. A – General adaptation syndrome things over other things


70 e the correlation between scores of participants who take 2 forms of the test is 0 90
70. E – The correlation between scores of participants who take 2 forms of the test is +0.90

  • The higher the correlation…the higher the reliability


71 d the use of a heuristic
71. D – the use of a heuristic take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


72 e absolute threshold
72. E – absolute threshold take 2 forms of the test is +0.90

Vision: A single candle flame from 30 miles on a dark, clear night

Hearing: The tick of a watch from 20 feet in total quiet

Smell: 1 drop of perfume in a 6-room apartment

Taste: 1 teaspoon sugar in 2 gallons of water

Touch: The wing of a bee on your cheek, dropped from 1 cm


73 d procedural
73. D - procedural take 2 forms of the test is +0.90



75 c social loafing
75. C – social loafing take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


76 b biological
76. B - Biological take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


77 d available but not accessible
77. D – available, but not accessible take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


78 b token economy
78. B – token economy take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


79 c concrete operations
79. C – concrete operations take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


80 b cognitive dissonance
80. B – cognitive dissonance take 2 forms of the test is +0.90


81 b humans are genetically programmed to ensure that there is a new generation of the species
81. B – humans are genetically programmed to ensure that there is a new generation of the species


82 d signal detection theory
82. D – signal detection theory there is a new generation of the species


83 d intensity
83. D - intensity there is a new generation of the species


84 e auditory canal eardrum ossicles oval window cochlea
84. E - Auditory canal, eardrum, there is a new generation of the speciesossicles, oval window, cochlea


85 a cognitive
85. A - cognitive there is a new generation of the species


86 e proactive interference
86. E – proactive interference there is a new generation of the species


87 e self serving bias
87. E – self – serving bias there is a new generation of the species

If I do well on this test…I deserve the credit

If I do poorly on this test, Mr. Bruno did a bad job teaching

Occurs when individual attributes positive outcomes to internal factors and negative outcomes to external factors

People regularly take credit for successes but refuse to accept responsibility for failures


88 e superordinate goals
88. E – there is a new generation of the speciessuperordinate goals


89 d an inability to feel empathy for others and a lack of remorse for actions that harm others
89. D – an inability to feel empathy for others and a lack of remorse for actions that harm others


90 b minnesota multiphasic personality inventory
90. B – Minnesota of remorse for actions that harm othersMultiphasic Personality Inventory


91 d acetylcholine
91. D - acetylcholine of remorse for actions that harm others


92. C of remorse for actions that harm others


93. B of remorse for actions that harm others


94 a situational factors
94. A – situational factors of remorse for actions that harm others

Crazy driver!!!!!!!!!!

Think they know I am having a heart attack and driving myself to the hospital!!!


95 a language use is creative
95. A – language use is creative of remorse for actions that harm others


96 c flavor of drink time of consumption
96. C – flavor of drink & time of consumption of remorse for actions that harm others


97 b participants spelling test scores
97. B – participants’ spelling test scores of remorse for actions that harm others


98 c flavor of drink time of consumption
98. C – flavor of drink & time of consumption of remorse for actions that harm others


99 a stage 2 sleep
99. A – stage 2 sleep of remorse for actions that harm others


100 c improve
100. C - improve of remorse for actions that harm others


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