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The degree to which an attitude directly influences one's behavior is referred to as A. multiplicity. B. valence. C. centrality. D. determinance.
The degree to which an attitude directly influences one's behavior is referred to as determinance.
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The degree to which an attitude directly influences one's behavior is referred to as determinance.

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According to Freud, which part of the mind is concerned about morality? A. Subego B. Id C. Superego D. Ego
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According to Freud, Superego is the part of mind that is concerned about morality.
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