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What are some theories that may determine sexual orientation
Sexual orientation describes a pattern of emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction to men, women, both genders, neither gender, or another gender. [ According to the American Psychological Association, sexual orientation is enduring[1] and also refers to a person's sense of "personal and social identity based on those attractions, behaviors expressing them, and membership in a community of
others who share them."[2] The consensus among most contemporary scholars in the field is that one's sexual orientation is not a choice.[3][4][5] No simple, single cause for sexual orientation has been conclusively demonstrated, but research suggests that it is by a combination of genetic, hormonal, and environmental influences,[6] with biological factors involving a complex interplay of genetic factors and the early uterine environment. ]
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User: What are some theories that may determine sexual orientation

Weegy: Sexual orientation describes a pattern of emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction to men, women, both genders, neither gender, or another gender. [ According to the American Psychological Association, sexual orientation is enduring[1] and also refers to a person's sense of "personal and social identity based on those attractions, behaviors expressing them, and membership in a community of others who share them."[2] The consensus among most contemporary scholars in the field is that one's sexual orientation is not a choice.[3][4][5] No simple, single cause for sexual orientation has been conclusively demonstrated, but research suggests that it is by a combination of genetic, hormonal, and environmental influences,[6] with biological factors involving a complex interplay of genetic factors and the early uterine environment. ]
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User: When an experimenter unintentionally gives cues to participants about the way they are expected to behave, this is an example of:

Weegy: This is an example of control bias
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User: 2) __________ conditioning is a type of learning in which a neutral stimulus comes to elicit a response, after being paired with a stimulus that naturally brings about that response.

Weegy: The answer is Classical. [ Classical conditioning is a basic form of learning whereby a neutral stimulus is paired with another stimulus that naturally elicits a certain response; the neutral stimulus comes to elicit the same response as the stimulus that automatically elicits the response. There are two competing theories of how classical conditioning works. The first, stimulus-response theory, suggests that an association to the unconditioned stimulus is made with the conditioned stimulus within the brain, but without involving conscious thought. The second theory stimulus-stimulus theory involves cognitive activity, in which the conditioned stimulus is associated to the concept of the unconditioned stimulus, a subtle but important distinction. In human psychology, implications for therapies and treatments using classical conditioning differ from operant conditioning. ]
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User: Health psychology focuses on A. how people perceive, sense, and learn B. how people grow and change throughout their lives C. how long-term stress can affect physical health D. how people develop their unique personalities over time

Weegy: Well, health psychology is a specialty area that focuses on how biology, psychology, behavior and social factors influence health and illness. Of the choices you gave, the one that comes closest to this is C. [ how long-term stress can affect physical health. ]
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User: A __________ is any passing source of physical energy that produces a response in a sense organ. A. stimulus B. sensation C. perception D. shock

Weegy: B. Stimulus is the correct answer page4
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User: If we predict that the more years of education that employees have, the higher their income will be, we are expecting to find a A. hypothesis B. positive correlation C. negative correlation D. variable

Weegy: a. variable
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User: Which perspective suggests that the field should focus on observable behavior that can be measured objectively? A. Cognitive B. Neuroscience C. Psychodynamic D. Behavioral

Weegy: c
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User: Select the correct statement: A. Adaptation only occurs at night. B. Adaptation is an adjustment in sensory capacity after prolonged exposure to unchanging stimuli. C. Adaptation is an adjustment in sensory capacity after prolonged exposure to changing stimuli. D. Adaptation is sensing and perceiving the world around us.

Weegy: Adaptation is a term referring to the ability to adjust to new information and experiences. Learning is essentially adapting to our constantly changing environment. [ [ Through adaptation, we are able to adopt new behaviors that allow us to cope with change. ] ]
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User: Which of the following subfields in psychology focuses on how the brain and the nervous system determine behavior? A. Clinical Psychology B. Behavioral Neuroscience C. Experimental Psychology D. Counseling Psychology

User: 9) The approach used by psychologists and other scientists to systematically acquire knowledge and understanding about behavior and other phenomena of interest is called A. the factual method B. the psychological method C. the scientific method D. the biological method

Weegy: b
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User: 0) In __________ theory, the true subject and meaning of a dream may have little to do with its apparent story line. A. manifest content B. unconscious wish fulfillment C. latent content D. desire

Weegy: B. unconscious wish fulfillment
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User: 1) The region of the central cortex known as the __________ is generally considered to be the site of higher mental processes such as thinking, language, memory, and speech. A. spinal cord B. hindbrain C. association areas D. sensory areas

Weegy: A. sensory areas
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User: 12) The __________ is largely responsible for the control of large scale movements, as well as smaller, more precise movements of the body. A. Wernicke’s area B. Motor area C. Broca’s area D. Somatosensory area

Weegy: b
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User: 13) Descriptive research is an approach designed to systematically investigate a person, group, or patterns of behavior. Its methods include A. archival research B. naturalistic observation C. survey research D. case studies E. All of these

Weegy: E. all of the above Descriptive research is also called Statistical Research. The main goal of this type of research is to describe the data and characteristics about what is being studied. [ [ [ The idea behind this type of research is to study frequencies, averages, and other statistical calculations. Although this research is highly accurate, it does not gather the causes behind a situation. Descriptive research is mainly done when a researcher wants to gain a better understanding of a topic for example, a frozen ready meals company learns that there is a growing demand for fresh ready meals but doesnt know much about the area of fresh food and so has to carry out research in order to gain a better understanding. It is quantitative and uses surveys and panels and also the use of probability sampling. Descriptive research is the exploration of the existing certain phenomena. The details of the facts wont be known. The existing phenomenas facts are not known to the persons. ] ] ]
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