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1. Jim and Tim are identical (monozygotic) twins that were reared together. Scott and Michael are fraternal (dizygotic) twins that were reared together. Given the results of heritability studies of intelligence, which of the following outcomes are most likely to emerge?
2. For which of the following would drive-reduction theories not provide a reasonable explanation?
3. Abraham Maslow proposed the idea that some motives are more imperative to survival than others. Which of the following approaches expresses this?
4. Which of the following is an example of a person who suffers from anterograde amnesia?
5. Which of the following responses was most likely acquired through classical conditioning?
6. Which of the following would be most useful in understanding a neighbor's interpretation of a certain family's recent crisis as being due to extreme financial distress?
7. Children develop internal representational systems that allow them verbally to describe people, events, and feelings during which of Piaget's stages of cognitive development?
8. According to Kohlberg, at the third (postconventional) level of moral development, individuals
9. Which of the following represents the correct order of auditory transmission from the time the sound is first heard to when it is processed in the brain?
10. The Whorfian hypothesis of linguistic relativity helps explain why
11. Many experts on parenting recommend different approaches to responding to an infant's needs. Some emphasize responding promptly to a newborn's cries to instill a sense of security, whereas others suggest letting the baby "cry it out." Which of the following accounts of development would be most relevant when weighing these different approaches?
12. Which of the following clinicians most likely follows Carl Rogers's approach to psychotherapy?