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Psychology is the science of mind and behavior. Its immediate goal is to understand behavior and mental processes by researching and establishing both general principles and specific cases.[
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User: The following statements are true about hypotheses and theories except: Testing a hypothesis may lead to the development of a theory. New theories and hypotheses may be the result of thinking about old problems in new ways. Both theories and hypotheses have undergone testing. A theory is based on observations, while a hypothesis is not yet tested.

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Weegy: Psychology is the science of mind and behavior. Its immediate goal is to understand behavior and mental processes by researching and establishing both general principles and specific cases.[
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User: Ms. Watts believes that giving students positive reinforcement helps them learn. Which approach most likely influences Ms. Watts's teaching style? sociocultural approach psychoanalytic approach cognitive approach behavioral approach

Weegy: Behavioral approach influenced Ms. Watts's teaching style. web.cortland.edu/andersmd/beh/behavior.html
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Which of the following subfields of psychology focuses on performing tests that assist in academic learning and behavior problems?
Weegy: Psychology encompasses a vast domain, and includes many different approaches to the study of mental processes and behavior. Below are the major areas of inquiry that comprise psychology. [ A comprehensive list of the sub-fields and areas within psychology can be found at the list of psychology topics and list of psychology disciplines. Contents [hide] 1 Divisions 1.1 Abnormal 1.2 Biological 1.3 Clinical 1.4 Cognitive 1.5 Community 1.6 Comparative 1.7 Consulting 1.8 Counseling 1.9 Developmental 1.10 Educational 1.11 Environmental 1.12 Evolutionary 1.13 Forensic 1.14 Health 1.15 Industrial-Organizational 1.16 Legal 1.17 Media 1.18 Occupational health 1.19 Personality 1.20 Quantitative 1.21 Religion/spirituality 1.22 School 1.23 Social 2 References ] User: Psychology is the scientific study of mental processes and human behavior. Which statement best supports this definition? User: Psychology is the scientific study of mental processes and human behavior. Which statement best supports this definition? Psychologists attempt to explain intelligence. Psychologists specialize in many subfields. Psychologists observe behavior systematically. Psychologists study learning and memory Weegy: Psychologists attempt to explain intelligence. (More)
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Psychology is an academic and applied discipline that involves the scientific study of mental functions and behaviors.
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William James was an American philosopher and psychologist who was also trained as a physician.
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According to B. F. Skinner, human behavior is the result of inner goodness and free will. rewards and punishments. nerve cells in the brain. the unconscious mind.
Weegy: rewards and punishments. User: Ms. Watts believes that giving students positive reinforcement helps them learn. Which approach most likely influences Ms. Watts's teaching style? Weegy: rewards and punishments. User: A researcher hypothesizes that less successful students have lower self-esteem. Which statement supports this hypothesis? There is no correlation between success in school and self-esteem. Success in school is positively correlated with a student's self-esteem. Success in school is negatively correlated with a student's self-esteem. There is a an illusory correlation between success in school and self-esteem. Weegy: Success in school is positively correlated with a student's self-esteem. User: . Rob is a therapist who uses both cognitive and behavioral techniques. Which option best describes his approach? neurobiological humanistic psychoanalytic eclectic Weegy: eclectic User: What is the final level of the hierarchy of needs? self-esteem needs safety needs self-actualization needs physiological needs Weegy: self-actualization needs User: The F. A. T. triangle includes all of the following except: thoughts. actions. aspirations. feelings. Weegy: thoughts. (More)
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Ms. Watts believes that giving students positive reinforcement helps them learn. Operant Conditioning is the approach that most likely influences Ms. Watts's teaching style.
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The F. A. T. triangle includes all of the following except: aspirations.
In order to change our pattern of behavior we need to learn to manage our FAT (feelings, actions and thoughts).
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