method of psychotherapy that came to be known as psychoanalysis.

Sigmund Freud’s first book, The Interpretation of Dreams, was an
overnight sensation.

62. Sigmund Freud’s ideas evolved into a
method of psychotherapy that came to be known as psychoanalysis.

63. Freudian concepts were, and still are,
rejected by most empirically-oriented psychologists.

64. Freudian concepts are still popular
among empirically-oriented psychologists.

65. The biological perspective of
psychology emphasizes bodily events and changes associated with actions, feelings, and thoughts.

66. The cognitive perspective of
psychology focuses on the social and cultural forces outside an individual.

67. Theorizing
that anxiety is due to forbidden, unconscious desires is consistent with the
biological perspective.

68. Theorizing
that anxiety can be caused by a chemical imbalance in the body is consistent
with the biological perspective.

69. The learning perspective of psychology
is an approach that emphasizes how the environment and experiences affect a person’s actions.

70. The learning perspective of psychology
emphasizes the dynamics of unconscious motives and conflicts.

71. Learning theorists would view violence
as the result of unconscious conflicts involving aggression and sexuality.

72. The
theory that violence can be the result of having violent role models is
consistent with the learning perspective.

73. Behaviorists would agree that anxiety
is due to forbidden, unconscious desires.

74. Learning theorists would agree that
anxious people often think about the future in distorted ways.

The
cognitive perspective of psychology emphasizes bodily events and changes
associated with actions.

 
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