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Developing a sense of self by trying on a variety of roles is known as________________.
Self is the individual's awareness of himself or herself derived from ________________.
The study of the whole individual is known as _________________.
An approach to psychology that asserts that only observable behavior can be studied is known as
A _________________ is a behavior that is elicited by a previously neutral stimulus.
The development of individual identity through interpersonal experiences and the internalizing of the expectations of significant others is called _________________ .
The connectors between neurons are _________________.
In social-learning theory, _________________ is shaped by internal cognitive processes and observing the behavior of others.
A methodology that emphasizes how people learn about themselves and their environment is the _________________.
_________________ is the differences among groups of people that are attributable to genetics.
______________ is purposely rearranging the DNA and inheritance to create new or different forms of life.
____________ is the Viennese psychiatrist who was principally responsible for the development of psychoanalytic theory.
The founder of modern stimulus-response theory was the Russian psysiologist __________________.
Insight-oriented therapy, often focused on early childhood experiences is called ____________.
Even when learned, patterns of behavior tend to endure longer when the initial repsonse to the stimulus is followed by __________________.
________________ who died in 1990. is mist famous for believing that behavioral conditioning must be used to ensure the survival of human society by eliminating the destructive impluses.
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