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quiz 6
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questions 2-15 are true or false
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  1. If you define a concept in terms of teh procedures followed while measuring teh concept, you are using a(n)?
    Operational definition
  2. Logical positivism put empiricism and rationalism together
    True
  3. Rationalist insisted that abstract scientific terms be operationally defined
    false
  4. Neobehaviorism resulted form combining behaviorism, and physiological method
    False
  5. For Tolman, intervening variables had their effect between environmental events events and behavior
    true
  6. For Tolman, purposive behavior and molar behavior refer to the same thing.
    True
  7. Tolman made a distinction between learning and performance
    True
  8. Using the molar approach in studing consciousness means concentrating on phenomenological experience.
    True
  9. For Kant and the Gestaltists, looking for one-to-one correspindence between sensory experience and conscious experience is doomed to failure
    True
  10. Wertheimer called apparent movement the Pragnanz phenomenon
    False
  11. Wundt and Helmoholtz emphasized learning in explaining the phi phenomenon
    True
  12. With isomorphism, the Gestaltist agreed with the consistency of hypothesis
    False
  13. Gestaltist explained perceptual constancies in terms of learning.
    False
  14. The person can change figure and ground in a situation by changing the focus of attention.
    True
  15. Teams wearing different uniforms stand out in two seperate groups on a field. This is an example of the principle of similarity.
    True

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