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Unveiling the Misconceptions Surrounding the Law of Readiness in Cognitive Psychology

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Question: Which statement is false about the effectiveness of the law of readiness? Question 23Answer a. When a conduction unit is forced to act while it is not prepared to do so its behaviour is of a nature calculated to excite anger b. New problems are solved by using solution techniques employed to solve analogous problems c. When a conducting unit is prepared to go into action, its work is quite satisfactory because nothing is done to alter its working d. The inactivity of a conduction unit which is ready to behave, may be unsatisfactory and any reaction may arise is connection with that deficiency

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The statement b, "New problems are solved by using solution techniques employed to solve analogous problems" is false about the effectiveness of the law of readiness. This statement is more linked with the concept of transfer of learning than the law of readiness. The law of readiness emphasizes that learning is most effective when individuals are mentally, physically, and emotionally ready to learn. This law does not intrinsically involve the application of previous solution techniques to new problems.

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May 9, 2024, 11:17 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, May 9, 2024

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