ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ PSYCHOLOGY 222(2)ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ Fall 1978

 

Team Quiz No. 3:

 

THE SOCIAL DEPENDENCY OF BEHAVIOR

 

14.ΚΚΚΚΚ THE SOCIAL DEPENDENCY OF BEHAVIOR

 

1.ΚΚΚΚΚ γPersonality and intelligence tests depend on the rationale that the

individual has _____δ

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Invariable behavior features

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Variable sensory modalities

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ An unstable performance characteristic

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ A stable performance characteristic

 

2.ΚΚΚΚΚ Tools of description: Schematisms, notation systems, graphs,

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Personality tests

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Psychophysical measures

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Topological diagrams

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Verbal propositions

 

3.ΚΚΚΚΚ γA social event once notated and annotated yields new knowledge about

 

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ The situation

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ The experiment

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ The notation system

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ The topological diagram

 

4.ΚΚΚΚΚ Cognitivist: Psychodynamics : : X: Ethnodynamics

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Behavioristic

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Sociopsychological

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Neurophysiological

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Sociological

 

5.ΚΚΚΚΚ γAn individualβs behavior is a dynamic outcome of social forces.δ

This is

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Ethnodynamics

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Sociodynamics

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Psychodynamics

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ None of these

 

6.ΚΚΚΚΚ γThe behavioristic approach sets the definition of personality as

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ The personβs predisposition to act

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ The individualβs reactivity to particular influences

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Behavior in the making

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Formative components of oneβs internal structures

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 7. ΚΚΚΚ γAssessing the technology of control of behavior =

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Monitoring

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Influencing

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Pacing

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Conditioning


8.ΚΚΚΚΚ γStandards are rules of conduct and criteria of judgment formulated

by _____ Κwho act on behalf of the population, for the common good.δ

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Members of the Bureau of Standards

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Elected officials

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ A small body of individuals

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ The majority of the people in a community

 


9.ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ γOne bird calls out, teet-too, teet-too, too-tee-too·, and another

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ bird responds. Silence intervenes and no one calls out.Κ Then, one

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ bird calls out again, followed by othersβ responses.δΚ This is evidence

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ for

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A. ΚΚΚΚ Contiguity

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Communicative interaction

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Inter-dependence

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Language behavior

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ E.ΚΚΚΚΚ All of these

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ F.ΚΚΚΚΚ None of these

 

15. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND VARIABILITY

 

10.ΚΚΚ γIn field theory concepts, a factor is __________δ

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ A cluster

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ A compound

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ A vector

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ All of the above

E.ΚΚΚΚΚ A and B

F.ΚΚΚΚΚ B and C

 

11.ΚΚΚ Inventory of behavioral influences: Sociological Variables

Inventory of Behavioral Consequences: X

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Setting factors

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Personality development

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Sibling rivalry

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Minority group membership

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 12.ΚΚΚΚ ΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

EFFECΠTIVENESS

 

BΚΚΚ ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ABy reference to the accompanying diagram:

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚΚΚ A and B show disorganization over age

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚΚΚΚ A and B show growth over age

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚΚΚ A has a greater rate of decay than B

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚΚΚΚ B has a greater rate of decay than A

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ E.ΚΚΚΚΚ B and D

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ F.ΚΚΚΚΚ A and C


 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 13.ΚΚΚΚ What type of aging factors are attitudes, values, mores, and customs?

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Indirect socio-cultural

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Direct socio-cultural

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Indirect biological-medical

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Direct biological-medical

 

14.ΚΚΚΚΚ Current psychometric methods tend to bring out _________ factors in aging.

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Psychometric

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Progressive

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Regressive

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Consciousness

 

16. THE COMMUNITY CLASSROOM AND PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 15.ΚΚΚΚΚ The principle behind legislation overlaps with the principle of

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Classical conditioning

Κ B. ΚΚΚContingency practices

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C. ΚΚΚΚ Unintentional management

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D. ΚΚΚΚ Habits and attitudes

 

16.ΚΚΚΚΚ γWhat you do in making up the rules in the classroom is called

and you do it in order to create _______

A.ΚΚΚΚΚ Natural organismic processes; The Skinnerian Model

B.ΚΚΚΚΚ Complex behaviors skills; Social reinforcers

C.ΚΚΚΚΚ Controlled environments; Learning interventions

D.ΚΚΚΚΚ Learning interventions; Controlled environments

E.ΚΚΚΚΚ None of the above

 


ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 17.ΚΚΚΚΚ Reinforcers affect behavior either _____ (decrease) or ______ (increase in the strength of the behavior).

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ Κ A.ΚΚΚΚ Positively; Negatively

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ Κ B.ΚΚΚΚ Negatively; Positively

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ Κ ΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚΚC. ΚΚΚ Spuriously; Definitively

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ Negatively; Spuriously

 


ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 18. ΚΚΚ Which title goes with the following items: encouraging desirable behaviors;

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ achievement of target behaviors; accurate record keeping and assessment.

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A. ΚΚ Schedules of academic and social activities

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚ Specific strategies: Channeling peer interaction through

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚ Creating the community classroom

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ General strategies for behavioral control

 


ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 19.ΚΚΚΚ Thursday Lab Team meetings can be designated as

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚ Formalized interaction patterns

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B. ΚΚΚΚ Competitive placements

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C. ΚΚΚΚ Token reinforcement system

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚΚ Open classroom


20.             In contrasting statistical and individual prediction a focus on individual behavior returns the selection decisionΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ (from norms) to the ______ Κcharacteristics of your own behavior.

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚ Personality

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B. ΚΚ Performative

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚ Subjective

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ Experiential

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 21.ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚΚΚ aΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ b

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ FREQUENCYΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ In the accompanying diagram,

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ OF TARGETΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ the curve is known as

BEHAVIOR

 

 

 

 


A.ΚΚΚΚ Decline index

B.ΚΚΚ Incline baseline

C.ΚΚΚ Number of oppositional behaviors

D.ΚΚΚ Cumulative record

 

22.ΚΚΚΚΚ γI believe we can write a psychology . . . and . . . never use the term consciousness, mental stages, mind, content, introspectively verifiable, imagery, and the like.δ

A.ΚΚΚΚ B. F. Skinner

B.ΚΚΚ J. B. Watson

C.ΚΚΚΚ Dave Watson

D.ΚΚΚ E. G. Boring

E.ΚΚΚ P. D. Ouspensky

 

23.ΚΚΚΚΚ The Premack Principle in behavior self-modification:

A.ΚΚΚ Your housemate wants to talk with you but will do it only after heβs finished cleaning the kitchen.

B.ΚΚΚ Your housemate wants to talk with you but you insist on his cleaning the kitchen first

C.ΚΚΚΚ You want to clean the kitchen right after youβve taken time out to talk with your roommate

 

17.ΚΚΚΚΚ THE EVOLUTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 24.ΚΚΚΚΚ γThe presence or absence of consciousness, according to P. 0. Ouspensky, _________ be proven by observation of his external actions.δΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚ Can

B.ΚΚΚ Cannot

C.ΚΚΚΚ Must

D.ΚΚΚΚ None of these



ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 25.ΚΚΚΚ In the four phases of self-study proposed by Ouspensky, the moving

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ function is _______ the feeling function.

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚ Equal to

ΚΚ ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚB.ΚΚ Earlier than

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚ Later than

 

26.          γTo observe (the negative emotions) in self-study one needs to resist them long enough to _______, whatΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ is imperceptible habit becomes perceivable when the individual raises, through will, obstaclesΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ against their quick motion.δ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚ Change

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚ Overcome

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚ Dismantle

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ De-automatize

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ E.ΚΚ Automatize

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 27.Κ Another expression that designates Societyβs Witnesses (SWβs) is

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚ Societyβs Reporters

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚ Objective biographers

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.Κ Subjective biographers

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ Community Experimenters

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 28.Κ γA person _________ objective record of life (biography).δ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A..Κ Has a unique

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B. Κ Does not have a unique

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C. Κ Has a standardized and

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D. Κ Does not have a standardized

 

Κ 29.Κ What kind of keeping track is the activity of noticing oneβs reaction to

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ a quiz question?

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A. Κ Reporting

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B. Κ Annotating

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.Κ Witnessing

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 30.Κ δ_______ dynamics refers to that aspect of you whereby you react to

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ social stimuli in common with others with whom you share your daily round.δ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚA. SocioΠ-

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚB. AstroΠ-

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚC. Psycho-Π

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚD. Ethno-Π

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 31.ΚΚ γThe new functional feature that emerges with ___________ can appropriately
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ
be called spiritual.δ
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.Κ Excercises
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.Κ Field theory
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.Κ Totality
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.Κ Fragmentation


 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 32.ΚΚΚΚΚ γScientific thought tends towards__________ i.e., when method takes
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ precedence over content.δ
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚΚ Experimental ism
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚΚΚ Anti-spiritualism
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚΚ Engineering feasibility
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚΚΚ Reductionism

 

33.ΚΚΚΚΚ Were the following people supporters of the negative or positive bias:

Aristotle, Newton, Darwin, Descartes, Wundt, James?

A.ΚΚΚΚ The negative bias

B.ΚΚΚΚ The positive bias

C.ΚΚΚΚ Canβt say

 

18.ΚΚΚΚ TOWARDS A BEHAVIORAL TECHNOLOGY OF PRAYING

 

34.ΚΚΚΚΚ You wish to cut out saying γDamnδ to yourself whenever some little thing

goes wrong. To succeed, you need to identify

A.ΚΚΚΚ The reward contingencies

B.ΚΚΚΚ The discriminant stimuli

C.ΚΚΚΚ The superstitious behavior

D.ΚΚΚΚ The contingency argument

 

35.ΚΚΚΚΚ Role behaviors derive from

A.ΚΚΚΚ Psychological forces in processing information

B.ΚΚΚΚ Spiritual forces in influencing circumstances

C.ΚΚΚΚ Situational forces of circumstances

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 36.Κ Eschatology refers to the ____________ of things.
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚ Origin
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ
B.ΚΚΚ Final disposition
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ
C.ΚΚ Secular view
ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ Phenomenological status

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 37.Κ Skinnerβs term for the activities of reading, reciting, and praying

is

A.ΚΚΚΚ Textual behavior

B.ΚΚΚΚ Functional behavior

C.ΚΚΚΚ Superstitious behavior

D.ΚΚΚΚ Operant behavior

 

19. TOPOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS: FUTURE-MAKING

 

38.ΚΚΚΚΚ γTopological dimensionsδ are

A.ΚΚΚΚ Types of energy fields

B.ΚΚΚΚ Media of manifestation

C.ΚΚΚΚ Aspects of regions

D.ΚΚΚΚ All of the above

E.ΚΚΚΚ A and C

F.ΚΚΚΚ B and C

G.ΚΚΚ A and B


39.ΚΚ ΚΚWhere are the consequents of future-making observable?

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚ The past

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚ The present

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚ The future

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ Canβt say

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 40.ΚΚΚ γThe catastrophe theory model of topology allows us to predict

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚ The present from the future-making

Κ ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚB.ΚΚΚ The present from the future

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚ The future from the present

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚΚ Future-making from the future

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ E.ΚΚΚ The future from the past

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 41.Κ The proponent of γaspect psychologyδ is

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚ C. G. Jung

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚ Jane Roberts

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚ John Dewey

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ D.ΚΚ William James

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ E.ΚΚ G. W. Leibniz

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ F.ΚΚ Charles Peirce

 

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ 42.ΚΚ γ·.. So, then, the question being whether I believe in the reality

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ of God, I answer, Yes.δ

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ A.ΚΚΚ William James

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ B.ΚΚΚ Jane Roberts

ΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚΚ C.ΚΚΚ Charles Peirce

D.        B. F. Skinner

 

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