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Q: The __________ perspective views the behavior itself as the problem. Using the basic principles of learning, these theorists see both normal and abnormal behaviors as responses to various stimuli.
A: D. behavioral
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User: The accumulation of information, skills, and strategies that are learned through experience and can be applied in problem-solving situations is known as __________ intelligence.

User: The __________ perspective views the behavior itself as the problem. Using the basic principles of learning, these theorists see both normal and abnormal behaviors as responses to various stimuli.

Weegy: D. behavioral
debnjerry|Points 10513|

User: The set of skills that underlie the accurate assessment, evaluation, expression, and regulation of emotions is known as __________ intelligence

Weegy: C. emotional
mythmoh|Points 2851|

User: __________ is a direct measure of an individual's behavior designed to describe characteristics indicative of personality. A. MMPI-2 B. Rorschach C. behavioral assessment D. Thematic Apperception Test

Weegy: D. behavioral assessment
Greenpepper|Points 2059|

User: The classification system that most professionals use to diagnose and classify abnormal behavior is known as the __________. A. Wechsler Abnormality Scale IV for adults and children. B. Mental Illness Statistical Manual of Personality Diagnoses and Disorders, sixth edition, paperback version C. Diagnoses Manual of Mental, Cognitive, and Social Disorders, Second Edition D. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision

Weegy: B. [ Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision. A short, four-subtest version of the WAIS-III battery has been released, allowing clinicians to form a validated estimate of verbal, performance and full scale IQ in a shorter amount of time. The Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI) uses vocabulary, similarities, block design and matrix reasoning subtests similar to those of the WAIS to provide an estimate of full scale IQ in approximately 30 minutes. Intelligence tests may also be utilized in populations with psychiatric illness or brain injury, in order to assess level of cognitive functioning, though some regard this use as controversial. Some neuropsychologists use the technique on people suffering brain damage as it leads to links with which part of the brain has been affected, or use specific subtests in order to get an idea of the extent of the brain damage. For example, digit span may be used to get a sense of attentional difficulties. Others employ the WAIS-R NI (Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised as a Neuropsychological Instrument), another measure published by Harcourt. Each subtest score is tallied and calculated with respect to non-normal or brain-damaged norms. As the WAIS is developed for the average, non-injured individual, separate norms were developed for appropriate comparison among similar functioning individuals. ] ]
mchlklck|Points 1102|

User: The accumulation of information, skills, and strategies that are learned through experience and can be applied in problem-solving situations is known as __________ intelligence. A. emotional B. fluid C. cognitive D. crystallized

Weegy: D. cognitive
Greenpepper|Points 2059|

User: The Implicit Association Test (IAT) measures __________, and permits a more accurate assessment of people's attitudes towards members of different groups. A. social roles B. prejudice C. stereotypes D. discrimination

Weegy: B. stereotypes
Greenpepper|Points 2059|

User: Message interpretation characterized by thoughtful consideration of the issues and arguments used to persuade is called __________ processing. A. auditory B. central route C. visual D. peripheral route

Weegy: Central Route Processing
debnjerry|Points 10513|

User: To diminish the effects of prejudice and discrimination, psychologists have developed several strategies listed below, except for: A. shield people from hearing antiracist statements B. increase interaction between people C. remind people of their values and fair treatment of others D. increase situations where people must depend on each other

Weegy: D. increase interaction between peopl
Greenpepper|Points 2059|

User: According to social psychologists, this factor describes how repeated interactions with a person or stimulus is often sufficient to produce attraction. A. physical attractiveness B. proximity C. mere exposure D. similarity

Weegy: B. proximity
debnjerry|Points 10513|

User: A set of generalized beliefs and expectations about a particular group and its members is known as a __________. A. discrimination B. stereotype C. prejudice D. social role

Weegy: D. stereotype
lizzy32984|Points 10|

User: A state of intense absorption in someone that includes intense physiological arousal, psychological interest, and caring for the needs of another is called __________ love. A. endless B. companionate C. passionate D. romantic

Weegy: C. passionate
MoStWaNteD|Points 2260|

User: Behavior directed toward individuals on the basis of their membership in a particular group is called __________. A. discrimination B. stereotype C. prejudice D. social role

Weegy: D. social role
Greenpepper|Points 2059|

User: A statement that one particular race is smarter or more athletic than another race is an example of a __________. A. discrimination B. prejudice C. social role D. stereotype

User: In this type of coping, people try to manage their emotions by changing the way they feel about or perceive a problem. A. Avoidant coping B. Emotion-focused coping C. Problem-focused coping D. Learned helplessness

Weegy: D. Emotion-focused coping
debnjerry|Points 10513|

User: The conflict that occurs when a person holds two contradictory attitudes or thoughts is called __________. A. cognitive dissonance B. attitude conflict C. behavior conflict D. behavioral dissonance

Weegy: D. behavioral dissonance
mullin2|Points 15|

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