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Titchener discussed the use of the word ??introspection?? in 1912 because




Titchener discussed the use of the word ??introspection?? in 1912 because;A.the method of introspection was the only thing unique to psychology.;B.of objections raised by many writers concerning the varied interpretations given to the word.;C.Titchener did not believe that introspection was different in kind from ??inspection,??;D.without introspection, psychology could not be carried out by physicists and biologists.;2. In 1899 Mary Whiton Calkins had published a paper;A.criticizing the definition of sensation used by an E. B. Talbot.;B.with a different argument taken than Carl Rahn.;C.with a complex argument that not not compelling enough to convince Titchener.;D.that argued that conscious content must not be restricted to that which exists, not to constructs or nonexperienced entities like ??sensations.??;3. According to the James/Lange Theory;A.bodily sensations are the whole thing.;B.perceptions do not affect the whole body.;C.all of the ??coarser?? emotions? fear, anger, sadness, joy, and the like? require bodily sensations for their normal experience.;D.the sequence of events do not matter.;4. According to the law of effect;A.when an ??annoyer?? precedes a behavior, the connection between situation and behavior is weakened.;B.many behaviors are sensitive to their consequences, ??satisfiers?? following a behavior bond that behavior to the situation in which it occurred.;C.some satisfiers and annoyers owe their power to environmental influences.;D.most satisfiers, from praise to money to fame, are innately determined.;5. Watson (1930) wrote that the goal for psychology should be to;A.predict the response, given the stimulus, and to discover the stimulus, given the response.;B.identify the ??S?? which was any object or state of affairs that was irrelevant.;C.classified all behavior into three kinds, manual, verbal, and visceral.;D.focus on manual behavior which is any movement of our bodies caused by the contraction of striped muscles.;6. For Titchener, the New Psychology meant introspection and analysis, for the simple reason that every science must begin with a morphology? the study of ??what?? is to be explained.;True;False;7. In 1907 John Dewy of the University of Chicago defined functionalism.;True;False;8. James positivist view, concentrated on phenomena, not theories;True;False;9. Thorndike was the first to argue against mentalism, the doctrine of the causal efficacy of ideas, while simultaneously showing that scientific methods can be applied to the whole subject matter of psychology. True;False;10. Thorndike (1949) believed that The Psychology of Wants, Interests, and Attitudes, published in 1935, was one of the worst of the 450-some articles, monographs, and books that he published during a long career.;True;False


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