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O U A M B I G U O U S S T I M U L U S F H
Y E K W B O S K I R N O A P J Y E C Q P A
X A C N Q G Q F W I X P Y N D N A D Q Q K
E U A F U M D Y T X H H H U T J P B F C S
L M U S T A B A T O R Y T H I N K I N G M
P I R Q G J D I T A X S V K U V Q V N Y X
M P I T L I E V D X E V D L A M L N J J F
O Q E M B Q P B Q V A V T T I X Y T P R I
C L Q Y A N F W I S M G O I W B H P D P I
S X H J W T E T F D K T H N K K Q K M A O
U W R W H A C L P D A P V R N K H W R V O
P Y X U I E K D E T E R M I N I S T I C P
I G X U P D I A N J G J U W H A R A A X P
D T O S X P A S X X T C I Q X T N S X C T
E R O F D O U B L E B L I N D K O J A F V
O R R E T R O S P E C T I V E S T U D Y A
P S Y C H O S E X U A L S T A G E S U C G
I R V G D C P R E P R E S S I O N X A L O
S E L F S E R V I N G B I A S M I L N C U
U E H C A E B N R X A Y K M G R C N Y B L
K X X S M C R E T L D E K B L N I C M H P

Clues

  • A complex in young boys involving castration anxiety and jealousy towards the father (7, 7)
  • A defense mechanism that makes the thought unconscious and isused to repress trauma partcularly beofre the age of 5, such as birth (10)
  • A kind of attributional bias where individual make internal attributions about their successes and external ones about their losses (4, 7, 4)
  • A stimulus that is unclear of the answer, for example, how many beans are in the jar (9, 8)
  • A study measured over a eriod of time and recorded rather than remebered (11, 5)
  • A study that measures past events (13, 5)
  • Both the participant and the person recording the information are unaware of the full extent of the experiment (6, 5)
  • Stages that we go through suggesting our mental processes and personality are developed 'sexually' (12, 6)
  • The false belief that a person must do something (11, 8)
  • The idea that we have no free will (13)

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