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Certain behaviors are more likely to reflect activity in one hemisphere than the other. This is called (A) splitting (B) trephining (C) supposition (D) lateralization
Weegy: D. lateralization User: Which perspective argues that behavior is motivated by inner forces and conflicts about which we have little awareness or control? (A) Neuroscience (B) Psychodynamic (C) Cognitive (D) Behavioral Weegy: B. Behavioral User: Which perspective suggests that all individuals strive to grow, develop, and be in control of their lives and behaviors? (A) Psychodynamic (B) Humanistic (C) Cognitive (D) Behavioral User: Which perspective suggests that all individuals strive to grow, develop, and be in control of their lives and behaviors? (A) Psychodynamic (B) Humanistic (C) Cognitive (D) Behavioral Weegy: A. Humanistic User: If a researcher conducting an experiment shakes his head no or nods his head yes eliciting a change in a response from the test subject, the researcher is exhibiting which phenomenon? (A) Researcher bias (B) Experimental bias (C) Exclusionary bias (D) Control bias Weegy: B. Control bias User: A procedure in which a person learns to control through conscious thought internal physiological processes such as blood pressure, heart and respiration rate, skin temperature, sweating, and the constriction of particular muscles is called (A) relaxation (B) biofeedback (C) lateralization (D) stress reduction Weegy: B. biofeedback User: Select the correct statement (A) Adaptation is an adjustment in sensory capacity after prolonged exposure to unchanging stimuli. (B) Adaptation is an adjustment in sensory capacity after prolonged exposure to changing stimuli. (C) Adaptation on occurs at night. (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. ] ] User: Which of the following subfields in psychology applies psychology to the criminal ... (More)
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Which of the following subfields in psychology focuses primarily on educational, social, and career adjustment problems? (A) Counseling psychology (B) Experimental Psychology (C) Cognitive Psychology (D) Clinical Psychology
Weegy: sorry you were just transferred...what's your question? User: Which of the following subfields in psychology focuses primarily on educational, social and career adjusment problems? (A) Couseling Psychology (B) Experimental Psychology (C) Cognitive Psychology (D) Clinical Psychology Weegy: My answer is B. Clinical Psychology . Satisfied? Please click good. Thanks (More)
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Counseling Psychology is the subfield in psychology which focuses primarily on educational, social, and career adjustment problems.
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A type of learning where you watch the behavior of another person or model is called (A) reward learning (B) observational learning (C) cognitive learning (D) latent learning
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The particular level of weight that the body strives to maintain, which in turn regulates food intake, is known as what point? (A)intermdiary (B) obesity set (C)ratio (D) weight set
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The particular level of weight that the body strive to maintain which in turn regulates food intake is known as weight set point.
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