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Semester 1 Review

Quiz by Katherine Edson

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  • Q1
    What is an independent variable
    A variable that is manipulated
    A variable that is measured
    A variable that effects an extraneous variable
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  • Q2
    In the ethics acronym, WDPDIC, what does the I stand for?
    Independent variable
    Informed consent
    Intention for harm
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  • Q3
    What type of study typically has involves manipulating a variable or and observing another with assigned groups of people
    Observational
    Experimental
    Focus group
    Delphi technique
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  • Q4
    What Is the Delphi technique?
    A type of focus group
    A fancy term for analysing data
    The name of a group in an experimental design
    Feedback and survey from a group of experts
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  • Q5
    Which of these is not a level of explanation?
    Person
    Cognitive
    Biological
    Sociocultural
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  • Q6
    Which of these is not considered an example of pro social behaviour?
    Helping someone
    Giving a person space when they are hurt
    Donating money
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  • Q7
    What is the defining factor separating aggression from anti social behaviour?
    Causing damage to someone’s property
    Being really mean to someone
    Accidentally being mean to someone
    The intention to cause harm
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  • Q8
    Which of these is not a factor that explains social behaviour?
    Cost benefit analysis
    Instinctive theory
    Natural situation
    Social norms
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  • Q9
    If a person is rewarded for demonstrating an anti social behaviour, they are likely to continue that behaviour. What factor is this known as?
    Positive reinforcement
    Aggression
    Altruism
    Negative reinforcement
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  • Q10
    What does the factor the bystander effective mean?
    The cost outweighs the benefit
    Not helping because you can’t be bothered
    The diffusion of responsibility where other people will help instead of you
    The intention of helping others in a group
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  • Q11
    Which of level of explanation does hormone production belong to?
    Sociocultural
    Biological
    Basic processes
    Person
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  • Q12
    What does the amygdala do in the limbic system?
    Assists with synaptic nerve transfer
    Assists with the ability to feel emotions and perceive them in other people.
    Activates the parasympathetic nervous system
    Recall emotional memories
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  • Q13
    Which theory of emotion states that you experience a stimulus, have a physiological response, then feel emotion?
    Schachter Singer two factory theory
    James Lange theory
    Cannon Bard theory
    Pluchik’s theory
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  • Q14
    What are the three different components of emotion?
    Subjective interpretation, universal expression and bodily gesture
    Subjective feeling, expressive behaviour, physiological response
    Objective feeling, subjective behaviour, bodily response
    Subjective thoughts, expressive behaviour and physiological response
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