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Which part of the brain is associated with feelings of empathy? A. Frontal lobes B. Inferior parietal lobe C. Left hemisphere D. Right hemisphere
Weegy: The right hemisphere, in fact, appears to maintain a realm of conscious-awareness which is completely different from that of the left. Right hemisphere mental functioning is more visual, spatial, emotional, personal, and non-verbal. [ By contrast, the mental realm of the left is more tied to language, including thinking in words. ] (More)
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According to learning theorists: A. behavior arises from moral beliefs. B. moral behavior arises through reason. C. moral beliefs arise from a habit of moral behavior that is the product of reinforcement. D. negative reinforcement is the most effective way to teach moral belief.
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Which of the following is NOT an aspect of Sterba’s distribution system? A. Principle of Minimal Contribution B. Principle of Saving C. Principle of Need D. Principle of Transaction
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Which of the following is NOT a true statement about pluralism? A. Law is representative of the ruling classes only. B. Interest groups influence law. C. Powerful groups in society define law. D. Power changes hands over time in a society.
Weegy: C. Powerful groups in society define law. User: Which of the following is NOT a rule of legal paternalism? A. Laws should protect children and other people whose decision-making ability is impaired. B. Laws should restrict freedom only to the extent that is necessary to protect. C. Laws should restrict only actions that can produce serious and irreversible harm. D. Laws should allow private individuals to make decisions about private matters. Weegy: C. Laws should restrict only actions that can produce serious and irreversible harm. User: Legal moralism is best used to justify laws against: A. prostitution. B. speeding. C. panhandling. D. driving without a license. Weegy: C. panhandling. (More)
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