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Erasmus Darwin argued




Erasmus Darwin argued;A.changes in species over the course of time are due to outside influences.; animal, once changed, passes on that change to its offspring.;C.answers A and B;D.none of the above;Wallace proposed that;A.humans underwent natural selection long ago.;B.humanity?s control over its environment freed it from further pressures of natural selection.;C.further development occurred through the accumulation of knowledge and technology and through cultural transmission.;D.all of the above;The ?jnd? is;A.justified noticeable difference;B.justified noticed difference;C.just noticed difference;D.just noticeable difference;Wundt established a laboratory, which was recognized by the University in;A.1875;B.1879;C.1883;D.1894;Wundt?s most fundamental beliefs was;A.complicated human phenomena are not profitably studied in a laboratory or with individual subjects.;B.things are not derstandable through the method of Geschichte, meaning ??story,?? or ??history.??;C.denounceing the aspect of his earlier work called Vo ? lkerpsychologie, or ??cultural psychology.??;D.None of the above;Aristotle believed in a scala naturae of fixed species arranged from low to high.;True;False;Psychological research, or psychology as a science, began in German universities during the nineteenth century because Germany was the only place where organized science existed.;True;False;Weber noted, what is critical is the ratio of change in stimulation to level of outgoing stimulation.;True;False;Herbart saw psychology as a science (Wissenschaft).;True;False;Herbart noted that true qualities of things are completely hidden from us and when we think that we are perceiving qualities of things, their basis is only qualitative.;True;False;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed


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