1. which of these is a correct conclusion from the study?
- The ability to resist temptation as a child has no effect on self control as an adult
- resistance to temptation is a relatively stable individual difference which continues from childhood to adulthood
- children who are unable to resist temptation will grow up to have an inactive Inferior Frontal Gyrus
- there is very little difference in reaction times of high and low delayers
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2. What were the two categories the participants were put into after their marshmallow test when they were four?
- High control, Low control
- High delayers, Low delayers
- Aggressive, Non-aggressive
- Go, No go
3. How many of Casey's original 59 participants from experiment 1 took part in experiment 2?
4. 'Delaying Gratification' is...
- our desire to have a reward in the short term instead of waiting for a better one in the long term
- Our ability to wait in the short term for a better consequence in the long term
- our abilty to resist a treat in order to get two treats later
- a psychological reaction to being presented with a decision to make
5. Who were Casey's participants for experiment 1?
- 11 split brain surgery patients
- 59 adults who had attended Stanford Bing Nursery as children
- 117 adults who had attended Stanford Bing Nursery as children
- 149 undergraduates from VU University, Amsterdam