By Lauren Williams, Anaxos, Inc.
Organized for simple reference and an important perform, assurance of all of the crucial subject matters awarded as 500 AP-style questions with certain resolution causes
five Steps to a five: 500 AP Psychology inquiries to comprehend via try out Day is adapted to fulfill your research needs--whether you’ve left it to the final minute to arrange otherwise you were learning for months. you are going to reap the benefits of going over the questions written to parallel the subject, structure, and measure of hassle of the questions inside the AP examination, followed through solutions with accomplished causes.
- 500 AP-style questions and solutions referenced to middle AP fabrics
- Review motives for correct and incorrect solutions
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A) REM sleep (B) Stage 1 sleep (C) Stage 2 sleep (D) Stage 3 sleep (E) Stage 4 sleep 93. The idea that dreams represent wish fulfillment comes from which theory of dream interpretation? (A) Extension of waking life (B) Activation synthesis (C) Spiritual world (D) Transformation dream analysis (E) Freud’s theory of dream interpretation 30 ❯ 500 AP Psychology Questions to Know by Test Day 94. Repeated periods during sleep when a person stops breathing for 10 seconds or longer is known as: (A) Narcolepsy (B) Sleep apnea (C) Sleep agnosia (D) Insomnia (E) Night terrors 95.
This is an example of: (A) Positive reinforcement (B) Generalization (C) Insight (D) Latent learning (E) The Premack Principle 172. While taking his math placement exam, Spencer became stuck on one problem. With only five minutes left, he suddenly arrived at the answer. This is an example of: (A) Latent learning (B) Insight (C) Learning set (D) Abstract learning (E) Operant conditioning 173. After several attempts at escape with no success, the electrically shocked dogs give up. At that moment the gates open and the dogs could simply walk out, but they don’t; instead they just sit there.
B) Operant conditioning takes place before the response, while classical conditioning takes place after the response. (C) Operant conditioning is learned by association, while classical conditioning is learned by reinforcement. (D) Classical conditioning is part of social cognitive learning, while operant conditioning is not. (E) Classical conditioning has a stimulus but no response, while operant conditioning has both a stimulus and a response. 152. Suspending a basketball player for committing a flagrant foul is an example of: (A) Negative reinforcement (B) Positive reinforcement (C) Punishment (D) Primary reinforcement (E) Secondary reinforcement 153.
5 Steps to a 5 500 AP Psychology Questions to Know by Test Day by Lauren Williams, Anaxos, Inc.