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You cheated on a test, and you know it was the wrong thing to do. According to the psychoanalytic theory, what helped you know this? a)The id controlled your biological response and made you sweaty
because you were scared of getting caught. b)The superego acted as your moral conscious; you just knew that it wasn't right to cheat. c)The ego made you feel guilty as a defense mechanism. d)both B and C
b)The superego acted as your moral conscious
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User: You cheated on a test, and you know it was the wrong thing to do. According to the psychoanalytic theory, what helped you know this? a)The id controlled your biological response and made you sweaty because you were scared of getting caught. b)The superego acted as your moral conscious; you just knew that it wasn't right to cheat. c)The ego made you feel guilty as a defense mechanism. d)both B and C

Weegy: b)The superego acted as your moral conscious
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User: Who is considered the leader of classical conditioning? a)Wilhelm Wundt b)Carl Rogers c)Ivan Pavlov d)John Watson

Weegy: c)Ivan Pavlov
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