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The belief that if you work harder you will do better is a ______ mindset

What is: Growth

100

Creating study materials from an old exam to help people have an unfair advantage is a form of

What is: Cheating

100

One way to emphasize a main point in your presentation is:

What is: Using a dramatic pause
100

Posting what on social media is most likely going to impact your chances of getting hired

What are: inappropriate pictures

200

An example  of a behaviorist is:

Who is: Skinner

200

As your emotions go up....

What is: Logic goes down

200

What is the golden rule of presenting?

What is: Tell the audience what you are going to say, say it, tell the audience what you just said

200

What factor matters the most in determining your credit score?

What is: Payment History

300

According to behaviorists, this guides our actions:

What are: Consequences

300

The writing process is:

What is: Plan, write, review

300

In order to reduce performance anxiety, it is helpful to:

What is: Practice and rehearse 

300

The loan that does not accrue interest while you are an enrolled student is 

What is: Subsidized loan

400

What is locus of control (internal and external)

What are: the belief your actions matter (internal) and the belief you have little or no control over what happens/ed to you (external)
400

Students that mistakenly think they have mastered something but in reality have not have:

What is: illusions of competence

400

During presentations, this principle encourages you to only include the main points:

What is: The Coherence Principle 

400

Creating a schedule is an effective way to manage:

What is: Stress

500

What are the levels of Maslow's Hierarchy of needs?

What are: Physiological, Safety, Love & Belonging, Esteem, Self-Actualization

500

The three steps in academic self-regulation are..

Set a goal, modify goal, self-reflect

500

This principle encourages you to allow the audience time to read the information that is being presented in silence

What is: The Modality Principle

500

What is attribution theory?

What is: attribution theory looks at how we interpret our successes and failure

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