CLEP Introduction to Educational Psychology: Study Guide & Test Prep Final Exam

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Question 1 1. A researcher studies a student to identify his specific learning capabilities in the classroom. He watches his interactions with his teachers and peers. He observes at a distance and only focuses on one student. This type of research is known as a:

Question 2 2. Which psychologist created the law of effect and believed that rewarded behaviors occur more frequently?

Question 3 3. Jonathan's teacher has created a behavior chart for him in order to increase appropriate behaviors in school. As he achieves success, she increases her expectations slightly. He must continue to meet his goal in order to earn a reward. This is known as:

Question 4 4. When an individual is convinced that he or she is unable to succeed at a goal, when in fact he or she can potentially do so, this is known as:

Question 5 5. Mr. Abbott's students collect tickets for positive behavior each week. On Fridays, they have a chance to trade their tickets in for prizes. This type of system is known as:

Question 6 6. Michael is three years old and enjoys playing with jigsaw puzzles. His mom often sits and works with him, helping him to turn the pieces over and giving him hints about where each piece might fit. Michael is not able to complete a puzzle yet independently. This is known as Michael's:

Question 7 7. Sarah has difficulty with math. She is unable to recognize patterns or recall her math facts correctly. She often struggles with problem-solving techniques and it takes her much longer than her peers to grasp all math-related concepts. Sarah suffers from:

Question 8 8. Rebecca is often quiet in reading class. She seems withdrawn and often keeps her papers covered so her peers do not see them. She never volunteers to read aloud and lacks confidence. In math, she is outgoing and raises her hand to share her answers frequently. She also enjoys being a peer tutor. This situation demonstrates:

Question 9 9. Which of the following levels of Bloom's Taxonomy represents this question on a student exam: Compare and contrast the weather in the Southern Hemisphere to the weather in the Northern Hemisphere.

Question 10 10. A student has just turned 12 and has a mental age of 10. What is the student's IQ?

Question 11 11. What is an example of internalizing behaviors?

Question 12 12. The term learning disability is used as an umbrella term because:

Question 13 13. With regard to religious diversity in the classroom, which of the following is something that a teacher would not do?

Question 14 14. Erik Erikson created a theory of development in which:

Question 15 15. An example of assimilation is a child who has only seen brown horses seeing a white horse for the first time and _____.

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