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1. Perfecting the photographic process, Louis Daguerre, in Le Boulevard du Temple, was able to include what in his photographs? a) buildings b) street scenes c) people d) motion 2. Known primarily for color photographs of the natural environment, who is the artist of Porch, Provincetown? a) Eliot Porter b) Sonia Landy Sheridan c) Edward Steichen d) Joel Meyerowitz 3. Still.
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11. Dry drawing media consists of coloring agents, which are mixed with what to hold them together? a) binders b) pigments c) grouts d) media 12. A popular drawing medium during the Renaissance consisted of a stylus of gold, silver, or other metal that was dragged across a prepared ground of lead white, bone, and.
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1. Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper is based on what specific type of perspective? a) isometric perspective b) trimetric perspective c) one-point linear perspective d) two-point linear perspective 2. Gustave Caillebotte’s Place de l’Europe on a Rainy Day is based on what specific type of perspective? a) isometric perspective b) trimetric perspective c) one-point linear perspective d) two-point.
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1. A work in which weft yarns of several different colors are manipulated to make a design is called a) weaving. b) embroidery. c) collage. d) afghan. 2. Backs in Landscape is by which artist that helped transform the craft medium of fiber into a fine art? a) Dale Chihuly. b) Clyde Connell. c) David Hammons. d) Magdalena Abakanowicz. 3..
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1. Scientists have an obligation to conduct well designed studies and a. to communicate the results. b. to do all necessary follow-up studies before reporting the findings. c. to determine what knowledge is still missing. d. to replicate their own research. 2. Which of the following is used by psychology students and researchers for.
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1.                   is to                   as sample is to statistic a. Descriptive; inferential b. Population; parameter c. Inferential; descriptive d. Parameter; population 2. The sampling distribution of the mean is important for a. descriptive statistics. b. determining what type of inferential test is appropriate. c. determining if a given sample mean is rare in hypothesis.
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1. The artist Artemisia Gentileschi heightens the drama of Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes by using a technique that comes from an Italian word meaning “murky.” This technique is called a) hatching. b) cross-hatching. c) tenebrism. d) simultaneous contrast. 2. The artist that painted Le Chahut (The Can-Can) was interested in harmonizing.
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1. Which of the artists below created a work titled Pietà? a) Leonardo da Vinci b) Joan Snyder c) Michelangelo d) Manuel Neri 2. The systematic and repetitive use of the same motif or design creates a pattern on the pages of the Lindisfarne Gospels, illustrates that pattern is an especially important a) decorative tool. b) religious.
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11. As is common in Japanese art, the Kumano mandala creates the illusion of space by utilizing: a) oblique projection. b) monocular projection. c) linear perspective. d) foreshortening. 12. In The Dead Christ, Andrea Mantegna utilizes what technique in order to adjust the distortion created by the point of view? a) chiaroscuro b) isometric projection c) oblique projection d).
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1. In The Treason of Images, the artist combines awareness, creativity, and communication by encouraging the viewer to look closely at an object. The artist is: a) Lorna Simpson. b) Duane Michaels. c) René Magritte. d) John Ahearn. 2. Jan van Eyck’s Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife Giovanna Cenami depicts many objects that have symbolic.
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11. One of the chief tools employed by artists of the Renaissance to show the effects of light is a) chiaroscuro. b) perspective. c) key. d) perceptual key. 12. A color’s brightness or dullness is called its a) relative key. b) tint or shade. c) intensity or saturation. d) hue. 13. On the color wheel, blues and greens are usually.
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21. In statistical testing, the significance level is a statement of a. the probability (e.g., .05) at which the researcher would consider a sample result to be rare enough to reject the null hypothesis and accept the alternative hypothesis . b. the degree of difference between group means. c. the degree of difference.
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1. Hokusai’s The Great Wave makes a statement about scale, in part because a) the print is 86 inches in height. b) any black-and-white art causes scale to feel reduced. c) everyone in Japan knows the scale of Mount Fuji. d) All of the above. 2. Chartres Cathedral’s rose window best illustrates a) asymmetrical balance. b) asymmetry. c).
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51. When performing a t test for correlation coefficients the null hypothesis would state that a. there is no correlation between the two variables in the population. b. there is a significant correlation between the variables in the population. c. the correlation between the two variables is not equal to zero. d. the.
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1. Maidens and Stewards, a Parthenon fragment of the Panathenaic Procession, illustrates what ancient sculptural convention? a) high-relief b) free-standing sculpture c) frieze d) statue in-the-round 2. Ancient Egyptian stone funerary figures, such as King Menkaure, were carved to bear the spirit of the deceased into the eternity of the afterlife, known as the a) ka. b).
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41. To determine the dose-related effects of amphetamine on maze running, Dr. Symon randomly assigns his rats into four groups. The first group receives no amphetamine, the second group receives 0.5 mg/kg, the third group receives 1.0 mg/kg, and the fourth group receives 2 mg/kg. What initial statistical test should.
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11. Hypothesis testing is a. a way of determining ultimate truth. b. a statistical decision making process. c. the way to determine if our hypothesis has construct validity. d. all of the above. 12. Hypothesis testing is a. a method of making inferences about population parameters based on sample data. b. a method  that allows.
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1. A woodcut print such as Emile Nolde’s Prophet is an example of a) silkscreen. b) a monotype print. c) a relief print. d) lithography. 2. Which famous French illustrator created Rue Transnonain? a) Edouard Manet b) Honoré Daumier c) Gustave Courbet d) Albrecht Dürer 3. One of the greatest of the early masters of the intaglio process was the.
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11. Which artwork was described as “an explosion in a shingle factory”? a) Edouard Manet’s Déjeuner sur l’herbe b) Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase c) Pablo Picasso’s Women of Avignon d) Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night 12. Historically, why do many people receive new and innovative work with reservation? a) They are ill informed. b) They.
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41. Which of the following should be used infrequently according to APA style? a. italics b. headings c. abbreviations d. a and c 42. Representing another author’s ideas or statements as your own is a. unethical and unprofessional. b. called plagiarism. c. avoidable by giving credit to the author and paraphrasing. d. all of the above 43. Short quotes (fewer.
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11. The symbolic hand gestures that refer to specific states of mind or events in the life of Buddha are called a) bismillah. b) handies. c) mudra. d) calliform. 12. The terms naturalistic or realistic art are sometimes used to describe a) representational art. b) abstract art. c) nonrepresentational art. d) folk art. 13. Lorna Simpson’s series, The Park, includes.
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61.          regression involves the use of only one independent or predictor variable while                                   regression involves two or more independent or predictor variable. a. Pearson’s; partial b. Easy; hard  c. Simple; multiple d. Alpha; omega 62. Partial correlation a. is calculated when you have incomplete data.  b. allows the researcher to control.
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11. The Egyptian limestone carving, Senwosret I led by Atum to Amun-Re, is an example of a) in-the round sculpture. b) high relief sculpture. c) low relief sculpture. d) installation sculpture. 12. The Greek Kouros illustrates the idea of shifting or counter positioning weight around the axis of the spine in figurative sculpture. This pose.
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51. Assume that the correlation coefficient between class attendance and number of problems missed on an exam is (-.77).  Which of the following statements regarding this finding is correct?  a. students who had fewer absences answered more questions correctly b. students who had more absences answered more questions correctly c. a negative.
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11. What is the process that assures that the colors of a linocut or other relief print will align perfectly? a) Editioning b) Intaglio c) Proofing d) Registration 12. Because in lithography the printing surface is completely flat, it is referred to as a) planographic. b) intaglio. c) negative. d) positive. 13. Monotype is unique among printmaking processes because it.
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21. Dodging and burning are darkroom processes by which the photographer can manipulate which aspect of a photo? a) texture b) color c) value d) composition 22. The idea of film as art flourished after World War 2 with the likes of auteurs such as a) Charlie Chaplin and the Three Stooges. b) Federico Fellini and Ingmar.
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11. The device invented in the sixteenth century as a means of capturing and fixing images from the natural world is called a) film noir. b) camera vérité. c) praxiscope. d) camera obscura. 12. Despite the success of the daguerreotype, the process had its drawbacks, primarily a) that the image could not be reproduced. b) that colors.
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51. Imagine that you are paraphrasing a passage from two articles - one published in 2002 titled “Unconscious Perception in Formation of Love Attitudes” by M. Mutchnick and R. Peltier and another article by M. Simpson, B. Simpson, and B. Grant published in 1999 and titled “The Origins of Love:.
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1. Which nineteenth-century building by Joseph Paxton could be considered an early example of the relationship between new technology and architecture? a) the Red House b) the Palais Stoclet c) the Houses of Parliament d) the Crystal Palace 2. American glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany inspired which design movement? a) Art Nouveau b) De Stijl c) Art Deco d) Constructivism 3..
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11. The Seagram Building, designed by Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, is a perfect example of ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ a) the International Style. b) the Prairie Style. c) Bauhaus style. d) postmodernism. 12. The Anasazi cliffside caves at Mesa Verde show the roofs of what elements which are the underground spaces for ceremonial life? a) ziggurats b).
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11. Objects formed out of clay and then hardened by firing are referred to as a) Wedgwood. b) export porcelain. c) amphoras. d) ceramics. 12. Native Americans used a traditional method for producing pots that did not involve the potter’s wheel. What was it? a) slab construction b) subtractive modeling c) coiling d) cire-perdue 13. All fiber arts evolved from a).
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1. Who painted The Glorification of Saint Ignatius for the Church of Sant’ Ignazio in Rome? a) Fra Angelico b) Fra Andrea Pozzo c) Michelangelo d) Giotto 2. Paintings that consist of three painted panels, such as The Annunciation [Mérode Altarpiece] by Robert Campin, are called a) diptychs. b) reliquaries. c) triptychs. d) frescos. 3. Winslow Homer’s A Wall, Nassau.
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1. The Starry Night, by Vincent van Gogh, indicates the power of the artist’s a) expressive line. b) analytical line. c) classical line. d) contour line. 2. Pat Steir’s series The Drawing Lesson Part 1, Line # 1 is about various artists’ a) unique expressive lines b) similar implied lines c) classical lines d) lines of sight 3. Titian’s Assumption.
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11. Watercolor painting is such a spontaneous process that many people think of it as a) a temporary form of expression. b) suitable only for student work. c) a tool for sketching. d) All of the above. 12. When an artist paints with a mixture of watercolor pigment and Chinese white chalk, the process is.
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1. Renzo Piano’s Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center is an example of “green architecture.” Such buildings are praised for their: a) innovative design. b) use of high-tech materials. c) lack of renewable resources. d) self-sufficiency. 2.  Jasper Johns chose to paint his image of the American flag to express: a) his own patriotism during the McCarthy era. b).
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11. The “participants’” subsection of “method” should include all of the following EXCEPT a. how the participants were instructed. b. how participants were assigned to groups. c. how many participants were studied. d. how the participants were compensated for their participation. 12. The “results” section should include all of the following EXCEPT a. the statistical.
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11. Leonardo da Vinci’s The Vitruvian Man embodies all of these dualistic relationships except a) the earthly and heavenly worlds. b) mind and matter. c) the material and the transcendental. d) the temporary and the eternal. 12. In her painting, Still Life with Lobster, Anna Vallayer-Coster establishes emphasis through a) the manipulation of light and color. b).
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21. A sculptural space that you can actually enter is referred to as a) an environment. b) a tableau. c) an earthwork. d) an assemblage. 22. How does “assemblage” primarily differ from other sculptural processes? a) It is more dynamic. b) It is an older process. c) It utilizes “found” objects. d) It utilizes the “lost-wax” technique. 23. The sculptural.
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31. A Type I error is known as a               and a Type II error is known as a           . a. false positive, false negative b. false negative, false positive. c. sample error, population error. d. population error, sample error. 32. When considering the decisions errors that can be made in.
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1. Who drew Banana Flower? a) Edgar Degas b) Georgia O’Keeffe c) Piet Mondrian d) Henri Matisse 2. In Käthe Kollwitz’s Self-Portrait, Drawing, the artist has revealed the expressive capabilities of what medium? a) fresco b) pen and ink c) charcoal d) the computer 3. Café Concert is a work by what artist? a) Georgia O’Keeffe. b) Georges Seurat. c) Jennifer Bartlett. d) Walter.
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21. Which of the following is the proper order of sections of a research paper in APA format? a. abstract, introduction, method, results, tables, discussion, figures. b. introduction, method, discussion, results, tables, figures. c. abstract, introduction, method, results, discussion, tables, figures. d. abstract, introduction, results, method, discussion, figures, tables. 22. It is useful.
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1. In 1863, Edouard Manet’s Déjeuner sur l’herbe was rejected by the public due to its a) depiction of a picnic. b) representation of a woman bathing in the background. c) modernity. d) size. 2. Maya Ying Lin’s Memorial in Washington, D.C. a) was controversial at first because of its non-traditional style.b) was created using classical.
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21. The background mountains in DaVinci’s Madonna of the Rocks provide a perfect example of a) linear perspective. b) stacked perspective. c) hieratic perspective. d) atmospheric perspective. 22. In the history of art, the association of good with light and evil with dark was first fully-developed by a) Leonardo DaVinci. b) Michelangelo. c) Artemesia Gentileschi. d) Johann Wolfgang von.
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