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A lack of some basic biological requirement such as water, which produces a drive to obtain that requirement (thirst), is known as the __________ approach. A. instinct B. drive-reduction C. instinct-reduction D. drive
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A lack of some basic biological requirement such as water, which produces a drive to obtain that requirement (thirst), is known as the drive-reduction approach.
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A response that, after conditioning, follows a previously neutral stimulus is called the conditioned response.
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__________ is the awareness of the sensations, thoughts, and feelings being experienced at a given moment. A. Perception B. Consciousness C. Sensation D. Dreaming
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Consciousness is the awareness of the sensations, thoughts, and feelings being experienced at a given moment.

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When an experimenter unintentionally gives cues to participants about the way they are expected to behave, this is an example of: A. Control bias B. Researcher bias C. Experimental bias D. Exclusionary bias
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When an experimenter unintentionally gives cues to participants about the way they are expected to behave, this is an example of:

A. Control bias
B. Exclusionary bias
C. Experimental bias
D. Researcher bias
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Certain behaviors are more likely to reflect activity in one hemisphere than in the other. This is called __________. A. splitting B. lateralization C. trephining D. supposition
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Certain behaviors are more likely to reflect activity in one hemisphere than in the other. This is called LATERALIZATION.
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