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100

The word "psychology" comes from:

a. Latin
b. Spanish
c. Greek
d. Italian


C. Greek

'psyche', meaning the mind, soul or spirit and 'logos', meaning discourse or to. study.

100

Darwin’s theory of ______ argued that physiological characteristics evolve because they are useful to the

c. natural selection

100

Aerophobia is a fear of what?

Fear of flying 

200

Psychology is defined as the scientific study of:
a. people and things
b. emotions and beliefs
c. perception and religion
d. mind and behaviour

d. mind and behaviour


200

______ is the belief that the mind is fundamentally different from the body.

b. dualism
 

200

Which one of these words means fear of heights?

A. Algophobia

B. Anthrophobia

C. Acrophobia 

C. Acrophobia 

300

The school of psychology whose goal was to identify the basic elements of experience was called:

d. structuralism

300

______ is to nature as ______ is to nurture

a. Plato, Aristotle
b. Aristotle, Plato
c. Pliny, Archimedes
d. Stavros, Pliny

a. Plato, Aristotle
 

300

Ophidiophobia is defined as the fear of what?

Snakes

400

Which school of psychology believes that it is impossible to objectively study the mind?

b. behaviorism
 

400

The Greek philosopher ______ believed that knowledge is acquired through experience and learning.

d. Aristotle



400

Someone who has turophobia is afraid of what?

Cheese

500

Evolutionary psychology has its roots in:

c. functionalism
 

500

______ was to structuralism as ______ was to functionalism.
a. Wundt, Titchener
b. Wundt, James
c. James, Titchener
d. Milner, Thompson

b. Wundt, James

500

What is the word for fear of Friday the 13th?

A. Triskaidekaphobia

B. Trieigiornophobia

C. Typanophobia

A. Triskaidekaphobia

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