Psychology is the study of human cognition and behaviour. 10 Questions.
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Which psychologist conducted the infamous 'Stanford Prison' Experiment?
Which psychological illness shows symptoms such as auditory hallucinations (hearing voices) and/or bizarre or paranoid delusions?
Dissociative Identity Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
'The Interpretation of Dreams' is a book written by which famous psycholoist?
Psychiatrist Joseph Wolpe created a behavioral therapy called 'Systematic desensitization' which is used in the field of psychology to help patients effectively overcome what?
A traumatic memory
B. F. Skinner (behavioural psychologist) built a wooden box chamber known as 'Skinner's Box' to study what?
Anxiety Disorders in humans
Sleep Deprivation in dogs
Operant/Classical Conditioning in rats
Match the correct experiment with the corresponding Psychologist who conducted it.
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Obedience to authority figures
Eyewitness Testimony Experiment
On Being Sane In Insane Places
Psychologist/Nurologist Oliver Sacks was the author of which book later made into a film?
The Man who Mistook his wife for a hat
A leg to stand on
Cognitive psychology is a subdiscipline of psychology exploring what?
Internal mental processes
Abnormal psychology is the branch of psychology that studies what?
Unusual patterns of behavior, emotion and thought
Abnormal relationships between mother and infants
Abnormal animal behaviour
The word 'psyche' is used to describe what?
The Human Mind
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