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When Elisa visits England, people there think she has terrible table manners because she holds her knife in her right hand to cut food, following the American custom. Their judgment of Elisa is
Their judgement of Elisa is ethnocentric.
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User: When Elisa visits England, people there think she has terrible table manners because she holds her knife in her right hand to cut food, following the American custom. Their judgment of Elisa is

Weegy: Their judgement of Elisa is ethnocentric.
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User: As Beth walks into class to take a midterm exam, she is nervous, but she says to herself, "You know you studied hard, so you will do just fine." Beth's self-talk is an example of

Weegy: a girl with a high self esteem , and high confidence in herself .
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User: When the brain is selecting stimuli from all those that surround us, __________ are most likely to be selected.

Weegy: novel or unexpected stimuli are most likely to be selected.
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User: Which of the following is true about forming an accurate self-concept?

Weegy: Hi! thanks for choosing weegy. We receive your inquiry about "which of the following is true about forming an accurate self-concept" but looks like you forgot to include the statements or choices. Please complete your question. [ We'll wait for you! thank you! ]
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User: Which of the following is true about forming an accurate self-concept?Self-concepts change frequently. Appraisals from others do not affect the self-concept. Self-concepts cling to stagnant thinking. People do not tend to hold irrational beliefs.

Weegy: Self-concepts cling to stagnant thinking. People do not tend to hold irrational beliefs. pls refer to this site:
mayngls_15|Points 400|

User: As you drive, a car that passes you is going very fast and swerving between lanes. Suddenly, you hear another car's horn. You assume the horn was in response to the dangerous driving you witnessed. Your assumption is referred to as Answer selection of stimuli.

Weegy: Did not get the question correctly
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User: As you drive, a car that passes you is going very fast and swerving between lanes. Suddenly, you hear another car's horn. You assume the horn was in response to the dangerous driving you witnessed. Your assumption is referred to as Answer selection of stimuli. organization of data. interpretation of data. ambiguous figures.

Weegy: Did not get the question correctly
armarasrar|Points 20|

User: a car that passes you is going very fast and swerving between lanes. Suddenly, you hear another car's horn. You assume the horn was in response to the dangerous driving you witnessed. Your assumption is referred to as?

Weegy: Did not get the question correctly
armarasrar|Points 20|

User: After a stressful day at the office, Angela is annoyed when she walks into her house and finds her house really hot. Angela's perception of the heat is affected by which factors?

Weegy: physiological, i believe
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