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Homework answers / question archive / Question 1 0 / 1 pts Bolles’ approach to learning theory is least like the approach advocated by    Tolman     Skinner     the Brelands     Seligman     Question 2 1 / 1 pts Deaf children exposed to various forms of “pidgin” sign language    fail to thrive     exhibit stunted linguistic development     develop a grammatically complete Creole sign language     never really learn complete sign language forms     Question 3 1 / 1 pts A beneficial side-effect of a specific adaptation is called    a spandrel     a retraptation     an exaptation     a co–option     IncorrectQuestion 4 0 / 1 pts In general, both males and females place high value on          when selecting a mate

Question 1 0 / 1 pts Bolles’ approach to learning theory is least like the approach advocated by    Tolman     Skinner     the Brelands     Seligman     Question 2 1 / 1 pts Deaf children exposed to various forms of “pidgin” sign language    fail to thrive     exhibit stunted linguistic development     develop a grammatically complete Creole sign language     never really learn complete sign language forms     Question 3 1 / 1 pts A beneficial side-effect of a specific adaptation is called    a spandrel     a retraptation     an exaptation     a co–option     IncorrectQuestion 4 0 / 1 pts In general, both males and females place high value on          when selecting a mate

Psychology

Question 1

0 / 1 pts

Bolles’ approach to learning theory is least like the approach advocated by

  

Tolman

   

Skinner

   

the Brelands

   

Seligman

 

 

Question 2

1 / 1 pts

Deaf children exposed to various forms of “pidgin” sign language

  

fail to thrive

   

exhibit stunted linguistic development

   

develop a grammatically complete Creole sign language

   

never really learn complete sign language forms

 

 

Question 3

1 / 1 pts

A beneficial side-effect of a specific adaptation is called

  

a spandrel

   

a retraptation

   

an exaptation

   

a co–option

 

 

IncorrectQuestion 4

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In general, both males and females place high value on          when selecting a mate.

  

physical appearance

   

social strata

   

religion

   

kindness and intelligence

 

 

Question 5

1 / 1 pts

Buss found that females place more value than do males on         when selecting a mate.

  

dominance

   

physical appearance and health

   

resources

   

fidelity

 

 

IncorrectQuestion 6

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The belief that natural events or substances are naturally good is

  

Hamliton’s Rule

   

the naturalistic fallacy

   

nothing butism

   

the nominal fallacy

 

 

IncorrectQuestion 7

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Which of the following language phenomena is most likely to be learned as a result of reinforcement?

  

grammatical structure

   

use of pronouns

   

use of past tenses

   

accent

 

 

Question 8

1 / 1 pts

Evolutionary psychologists would predict that we are more likely to develop phobias to stimuli such as          than to stimuli such as          .

  

guns and electricity ; snakes and mean dogs

   

heights ; water

   

spiders and snakes ; guns and electricity

   

dogs ; cats

 

 

IncorrectQuestion 9

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A(n)          contributes directly  to an individual’s (or a species’) ability to survive and reproduce

  

adaptation

   

adaptation

   

spandrel

   

variant

 

 

IncorrectQuestion 10

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Which of the following must be true in order for natural selection to operate?

  

males must be dominant

   

all heritable variation in a species must lead to reproductive success

   

all variation in a species must be heritable

   

there must be variation within a species

 

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