1.With all the controversy that surroundsintelligence testing, what is the most likely explanation as to why it is stilla good predictor of classroom performance?
the original intelligence tests were focused on predicting academic achievement
Foster hasn't performed as wel as he could have in school, but seems to have a good head on his shoulders, does well at work, understands others, and could be said to have "street smarts". In this example, what type of intelligence is MOST applicable to Foster?
the neo-Freudians agreed with Freud's ideas on what?
the unconscious influences on behaviour
you get on an elevator. Everyone is facing to the right. You turn and also face to the right. This is an example of what?
the mass media and other social commentators as well as many "pop" psychologists are often guilt of what?
Proposing single-cause explanations of human behaviour
One of the key themes in Milgram's paradigm is the _________ the psychological distance between the teacher/participant and the experimenter, the ______ the obedience