1281. Brain mechanism involved in hunger and thirst would most likely be studied by a :

A. Personality theorist
B. Sensory psychologist
C. Learning theorist
D. Bio-Psychologist *

1282.The largest area of specialization among psychologists is :

A. Industrial and organizational
B. Experimental , Pysiological , and comparative
C. Social and personality
D. Clinical and counselling *

1283. The term cognition refers to :

A. Predicting the future
B. Analysis and synthesis
C. Thinking or knowing *
D. Introspection

1284. Barbara is applying conditioning principles to teach language skills to retarded children .As a psychologist , her point of view appears to be :

A. Freudian
B. Gestalt
C. Functionalist
D. Behaviorist *

1285. It was criticized that strict behaviorists failed to recognize the significance of __________ to our lives:

A. Reward
B. Thinking *
C. Punishment
D. Stimuli

1286. A psychologist who is “eclectic” can best be described as :

A. Advocating free will over determinism
B. Cognitive rather than behavioral
C. Drawing from many psychological approaches *
D. Preferring pseudo-psychological approaches

1287. If you somehow happened to stroll into a research center where the impacts of extraordinary discipline on a rodent’s capacity to frame a segregation was being examined, you would be in the lab of a _____________psychologist:

A. Physiological
B. Developmental
C. Learning *
D. Social

1288. Maslow proposed a need to develop one’s potential and be the best one can be which he called :

A. Self-image
B. Self-concept
C. Self-esteem
D. Self-actualization *

1289. The psychodynamic view emphasizes the role of ____________ in development :

A. External rewards and punishments
B. Internal impulses ,desires, and conflicts
C. Subjective experience, potentials and ideals
D. Physiology, genetics, biochemistry and evolution *

1290. Some modern psychodynamic theorists , or neo-Freudians, focused on :

A. The whole
B. Social motives and relationships that influence our behavior *
C. Human experience, issues, possibilities, and goals
D. Observable behaviors