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Freud?s term ??psychoanalysis?? evolved from the word

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Freud?s term ??psychoanalysis?? evolved from the word;A.repression;B.hysteria;C.free association;D.catharsis;According to Freud?s controversial seduction hypothesis, seduction occurred during;A.puberty;B.romantic dating;C.late teens, early twenties;D.childhood;Koffka described simple conditions that produce gestalt phenomena;A.in abstract terms;B.as perceptions;C.as two dimensional movement;D.in three dimensions;Pavlov?s viewed the human body;A.as a separate entity;B.as a separate ghost/mind;C.as a living machine;D.as a machine;The ??paradox of inhibition;A.the second phenomenon associated with inhibition;B.is delayed conditioning, when a CS is presented and remains on during a delay period and a UCS is then presented;C.is delayed conditioning, where the delay interval itself never features a UCS and it therefore becomes inhibitory;D.D. all of the above;Part I of Titchener?s Instructor?s Manual dealt solely with psychophysics and methods employed therein and are thus of less interest.;True;False;The original Gestaltists were impressed with physics, not biology.;True;False;The Laws of Grouping describe the manner in which we tend to structure the world.;True;False;Pavlov never asked what precisely was the best delay between conditioned and unconditioned stimuli.;True;False;According to Guthrie, psychopathology is normal in a pathological environment.;True;False;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed

 

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