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Grade 11 Psychology
Which psychologist created the Classical Conditioning theory by having a dog associate food with a ringing bell?
  1. Jean Piaget
  2. Alfred Hitchcock
  3. Ivan Pavlov
  4. Mary Ainsworth
Grade 11 Psychology
A viral epidemic has spread across the globe, killing millions of people. You work for the Bureau of Health, a government agency that has developed two substances. Your organization knows that one of them will be a useful vaccine, but you don't know which one. You also know that the other one is likely to be deadly to most people.

Once you figure out which substance is the vaccine you can use it to save millions of lives. The only way to identify the vaccine is for you yourself to secretly test the substances on a minimum of 200 patients in the Bureau of Health facilities, against their will. It is expected that approximately half of the patients will slowly and painfully die from this testing.

You will need to sneak in and personally inject the patients with the substances one by one, killing 100 of them. Once testing is complete the effects of the substances will be identified, and you will be able to start saving lives with your vaccine.

Is it morally appropriate for you to personally kill 100 patients with a deadly injection in order to identify a vaccine that will save millions of lives?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Grade 11 Psychology
You are a doctor. One of your patients, whom you have diagnosed as HIV positive, is about to receive a blood transfusion prior to being released from the hospital. He has told you, in the confidence of your doctor-patient relationship, that after he gets his transfusion, and his medicine from you, he intends to infect as many people as possible with HIV starting that evening.

Because you are bound by doctor-patient confidentiality, there is no legal way to stop this man from carrying out his plan. Even if you warned the police, they would not be able to arrest him, since his medical information is protected.

You know that you could change his blood-type in the hospital's computer which would result in his receiving the wrong blood-type.

Is it appropriate for you to change this man's blood-type in the computer, thereby killing him, in order to prevent him from spreading HIV?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Grade 11 Psychology
You are part of a four-person mining expedition. There is a cave-in and the four of you are trapped in the mine. A rock has crushed the legs of one of your crew members and he will die without medical attention. You've established radio contact with the rescue team and learned it will be 36 hours before the first drill can reach the space you are trapped in.

You are able to calculate that this space has just enough oxygen for three people to survive for 36 hours, but definitely not enough for four people. The only way to save the other crew members is to shoot the injured crew member so that there will be just enough oxygen for the rest of the crew to survive

Is it morally appropriate to kill the the injured crew member in order to save the lives of the remaining crew members?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Grade 11 Psychology
A decline in responding with prolonged or continuous stimulation is called
  1. Transduction
  2. Adaptation
  3. Sensing
  4. Experiencing
Grade 11 Psychology
The process by which a sense organ changes physical stimuli into impulses as it is termed
  1. Transduction
  2. Adaptation
  3. Sensing
  4. Experiencing
Grade 11 Psychology
The function of the cochlea is to
  1. Turn vibrations into nerve impulses
  2. Move fluid forward toward the oval window
  3. House a hammer, anvil, and stirrup
  4. House the band of fibers called the auditory nerve
Grade 11 Psychology
Alfred Adler Left Sigmund's group because he thought all of Sigmund's beliefs and theories were wrong
  1. True
  2. False
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