AP Psychology Prologue

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Functionalism was a school of psychology that focused attention on the
A. Adaptive value of conscious thoughts and emotions
B. Component elements of sensory experience
C. Disruptive effects of unconscious motives
D. Treatment of psychological disorders
E. Inward immediate sensations, feelings, and impulses

Answer:
A. Adaptive value of conscious thoughts and emotions

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