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What is Psychology?
Weegy: Behavioral neuroscience, also known as biological psychology, biopsychology, or psychobiology> is the application of the principles of biology (in particular neurobiology), to the study of physiological, genetic, [ and developmental mechanisms of behavior in human and non-human animals. ] User: William James (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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