History of Psychology, 3e - Quiz: Chapter 11

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Question 1:


a) behaviourism
b) research methods
c) cognitive psychology
d) humanism

Question 2:


a) Dispositional concepts
b) Logicial positivism
c) Protocol sentences
d) Verification principle

Question 3:


a) Operational
b) Verification
c) Dispositional
d) Protocol

Question 4:


a) a dispositional concept
b) an operational definition
c) a definition
d) a dictionary definition

Question 5:


a) Burt
b) Koch
c) Fisher
d) Thurstone

Question 6:


a) 5 per cent
b) 10 per cent
c) 1 per cent
d) 15 per cent

Question 7:


a) They have the same underlying principles
b) They have radically different underlying principles
c) They have similar underlying principles
d) They are nothing alike

Question 8:


a) Fisher
b) Spearman
c) Cronbach
d) Thurstone

Question 9:


a) General behaviour
b) Mental energy
c) General intelligence
d) Both B and C.

Question 10:


a) It warns psychologists to cover their tracks
b) It teaches us about what happens when someone’s reputation is called into question
c) It scares future researchers so they won’t lie
d) Both A and C.

Question 11:


a) Qualitative
b) Hypothesis testing
c) Correlational
d) Factor-analysis

Question 12:


a) Burt
b) Carnap
c) Cronbach
d) Koch

Question 13:


a) European
b) North American
c) African
d) Soviet

Question 14:


a) Falsifiability
b) Correlational methods
c) Logical positivism
d) Discursive psychology

Question 15:


a) Operationalization
b) Falsifiability
c) Publishing
d) Verification

Question 16:


a) True
b) False

Question 17:


a) True
b) False

Question 18:


a) True
b) False

Question 19:


a) True
b) False

Question 20:


a) True
b) False

Question 21:


a) True
b) False

Question 22:


a) True
b) False

Question 23:


a) True
b) False

Question 24:


a) True
b) False

Question 25:


a) True
b) False