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If you are trying to remember a phone number and you repeat it over and over again until you can write it down, you are using which technique? A. memory B. chunking C. processing D. rehearsal
You are using C. rehearsal.
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you are using A. memory technique.
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Which of the following subfields in psychology focuses primarily on educational, social, and career adjustment problems? A. Experimental Psychology B. Cognitive Psychology C. Counseling Psychology D. Clinical Psychology
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C. Counseling psychology focuses primarily on educational, social, and career adjustment problems.
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__________ 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. A. Learned B. Operant C. Repeated D. Classical
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CLASSICAL 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.
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A type of learning where you watch the behavior of another person or model is called __________ learning. A. reward B. observational C. cognitive D. latent
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A type of learning where you watch the behavior of another person or model is called "observational" learning.
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