Can you answer 35 basic introduction Psychology questions using an eBook? Questions in link: http://ge.tt/9KuHhFk
The answers are in Chapters 6,9,12 and 13.
The site you gave is asking for the name of the book. Please supply information.
There's only one book available. It's under My Books.
Got it. Off to work.
I have about 1/3 of them done off the top of my head (which I will check anyway).
Ok. Thank you. I have 35 answers already but after researching a few random one's, they were incorrect. Please verify that each question is answered correctly and that the distractors can't be correct.
Right. "all of the above" is the most annoying answer, because you need to check each one.
even worse is "which one is wrong" questions
Exactly! You feel my pain.
If you do great on this one, I'll have 2 more for you in the upcoming weeks using only this eBook.
My wife and daughter are heading to speed practice, so I have the next 3 hours to get this done all silent. Should be plenty of time.
Excellent! Thank you. Take your time. There's no rush. I'd prefer each question be combed through than sped through.
I hear that. BotXXXXX XXXXXne is that you need this by saturday, and I will be done plenty of tim.e
Yes. Thank you.
quick update: 24 done, and all checked.
Outstanding. Thank you for the update and confirmation.
I have all of them done except for #34. I cannot seem to find any reference to it in the ebook. Did your instructor go over that specific item in class?
He didn't mention it specifically but it talks of grammar, morpheme and syntax which are expressed in chapter 9 section 3. I used the search box on the bottom of the eBook and entered the words: Grammar, Morpheme and Syntax. Maybe that helps?
Between using the search box in the eBook along with the website search finder, it may narrow down the research and make verifying easier.
The only one that makes sense is that grammar makes up meaning as phonemes make up morphemes, so I would go with that.
Can you verify? I had answered it as Morpheme;Syntax. Not to say that I'm right (otherwise I'd say I am) but maybe something there will knock out the distractors.
ok, back to work
The problem is that the word grammar is only in the book once in reference to a universal grammar, which does not help in this question.
No worries. How confident are you with the other 34 questions?
Let me look over them again.
I am 90% sure that #2 is D.#15 has 2 answers - A and B
#15 was given to us. We were told to put C for #15.
A and B are right from the text.
Yea. The professor mentioned #15 being the only question being weird and to put C.
Don't ask me. I'm too busy working on my Capstone class to focus on an intro class lol.
#2 seems right. D is what I put too.
Understood. direct answers from a prof trumps any logic
So as for the rest of them, there's no doubts?
hold on. I skipped #17
It stated that #15 has 2 correct answers. So to just default the answer to being C so that it's credited.
#17 is done
i am 100% sure of most of them, 95% sure of the rest.
Great. How many are 100% and how many are 95%? lol
I believe #6 is D
Are you sure it isn't A? Key words are mild and few years (as in more than 2)
note #18 and #26 are the same
let me look for #6 again
Oh wow. Didn't notice that. Are you confident they are both correct? It would suck if both were wrong.
For those 1 word answers, I usually use the search bar to go straight to them and see if the key words are described within the answer.
I know more about Erikkson and Piaget than I ever thought I would have to. My wife has her BA in criminal justice with emphasis on psychology
She knows her stuff, and because i typed her papers, I know them too.
I agree with you on #6.
i am little fuzzy on #24, but I think it is A
I think 31 is C
I have A also.
and we have #34
See, I've done these already but since I've been skimming through this course, I would prefer another pair of eyes that is proficient in this field of study.
the rest of them i am 100% sure of.
Perfect. I'm not looking for 100% on every quiz. Just enough of a combined score to receive an overall A.
I still think #34 is D. Without grammar, there is no meaning. Without phonemes, morphemes cannot exist.
it's like making a cake without flour
I'll take a best educated guess any day.
D, D, D, D, BB, D, D, D, DC, D, D, D, CC, A, D, D, DD, B, B, A, BD, C, B, C, AC, A, A, D, C
Attach the file so that I don't mix up the answers.
I removed all the wrong answers from the questions. The correct answers are left
That didn't work.
I clicked on the link but it was broken. Are you able to upload it?
Perfect. Thank you! I will let you know how it turns out.
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