A-AS Level (CIE) Psychology: Specimen Questions with Answers 277 - 280 of 299

Question number: 277

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List out the two attitudes and four functions as described by Carl Jung (Marks 4)

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To Carl Jung, eight personality types based on inter-actions of the attitudes are Introversion and Extraversion Functions are thinking, sensing, feeling and intuiting

Attitudes and four functions as described by Carl Jung

Attitudes and Four Functions as Described by Carl Jung

Question number: 278

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Define fading in behavior modification (Marks 2)

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Fading can be defined as follows

  • Fading is one way to transfer stimulus control from the prompts to the SD

  • Gradually removing the prompts until the behavior was occurring in the presence of SD without any supplemental stimuli

Fading in behavior modification

Fading in Behavior Modification

Question number: 279

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Define syncretic reasoning (Marks 2)

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The tendency of the children in the preoperational stage to see unrelated events as related is known as syncretic reasoning

Define syncretic reasoning

Define Syncretic Reasoning

Question number: 280

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Compare Self-perception theory and Cognitive dissonance theory (4 Marks)

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Cognitive dissonance theory assumes that people are motivated to maintain consistency between self-beliefs and experience an unpleasant state of dissonance when they hold two inconsistent beliefs about the self. Unlike cognitive dissonance theory, self-perception theory does not assume that any motivational state is necessary for change in self-knowledge.

Self-perception theory and Cognitive dissonance theory

Self-Perception Theory and Cognitive Dissonance Theory

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