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Premise: Repression kept conscious thought from being unconscious.
Premise: Recent Research shows that decrease in anxiety reveals those unconsciousness.

I think that this should be an inference question because Assumption question must have a clear conclusion.

(A) Changes in the patient’s anxiety level during therapy can generally be used as an accurate measure of the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs.
-- Too much specific "accurate measure"
(B) Even when one of a patient’s unconscious beliefs remains unconscious, researchers are sometimes able to discover this belief.
-- this is nowhere mentioned.
(C) If psychoanalytic theory is correct, then most conscious beliefs originate as unconscious beliefs.
-- Again too specific.
(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.
-- Yes. OA is the same
(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is something of which patients are consciously aware. -- New information OOS


nice explanation! it was btw (C) and (D) for me, i picked (C) :|

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took me 2:09 minutes to get to D, A can be discarded because it talks about 'changes' not about reduction in anxiety level . A seems to establish (direct) proportionality as a relationship between change in anxiety level and consciousness of the patient in understanding repressed belief.

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I've got this one right but I am posting here to know whether my reasoning was correct. Please provide your explanation.

According to psychoanalytic theory, people have unconscious beliefs that are kept from becoming conscious by a psychological mechanism termed “repression.” Researchers investigating the nature of this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief. They found that such occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the patient’s level of anxiety.
If the information above is true, and if the researchers’ investigation was properly conducted, then which of the following must also be true?
(A) Changes in the patient’s anxiety level during therapy can generally be used as an accurate measure of the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs.
(B) Even when one of a patient’s unconscious beliefs remains unconscious, researchers are sometimes able to discover this belief.
(C) If psychoanalytic theory is correct, then most conscious beliefs originate as unconscious beliefs.
(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.
(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is something of which patients are consciously aware.


I think (A) is the best. It seems consistent with the original info that suggests changes in anxiety level --> changes in repression mechanism --> awareness of unconscious belief

(B) The original info suggests patients EXPRESSED beliefs AFTER becoming aware of them, so this cannot be concluded from the info.
(C) Can't be determined by info.
(D) can't be determined
(E) don't know, can't be determined.



Why A is not an answer? Because the decrease of anxiety level may be a sign of previously unconscious beliefs but not "an accurate measure of the extent."
Why not B? Because the stimulus said nothing about "discovering unconscious beliefs" when they still remains unconscious.
Why not C or E? No information given.
Why D? In the stimulus, as a conclusion, researchers FOUND that the level of anxiety decreases unusually WHEN the patient becomes aware of previously unconscious belief. Therefore, by unusual decrease they can distinguish what has been unconscious from what has been conscious but not expressed.

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I don't understand how it is an assumption question. I was confused between D and E and chose E because my understanding of the question says that its an inference question and E is the closest.
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“According to psychoanalytic theory, people have unconscious beliefs that are kept from becoming conscious by a psychological mechanism termed repression.”

From this we know there are two situations, unconscious and conscious.

Situation (A)
“Researchers investigating the nature of this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief” – this is one of our premise, which explains situation A.

Situation (B)
By deductive logic, we infer there are other occasions when people consciously inhibit their expressions and emotions.

Situation (A) -Results
“They found that such occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the patient’s level of anxiety”

Situation (B) Results
By deductive logic, we infer a different set of results from situation (B), where there is an impedance of expressions and which causes heart rate to rise suddenly.

Reseachers are differentiating these two conditions.

(A) is wrong because “..accurate measure of the extent…” is no where in the stimulus.
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Argument: Researchers investigating the nature of this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief. They found that such occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the patient’s level of anxiety.

My boldface is what mentioned in choice D. So, choice D is easy correct answer.
(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.
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I had A and D as the top.. but A is too extreme with all... So went with D.. without option D being true the argument dont stand a chance whether the study hold true for the end result...

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D is fine. But, can anyone explain...what is wrong with E?


(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is some thing of which patients are consciously aware.

we cannot say that patients are aware about how the mechanism operates. They just become aware about their previously unconscious beliefs.

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I chose D, but I'm starting to think my logic for attacking it was all wrong, so if someone can help me reason out whether my logic was sound or not, kudos will be given :P.

Basically, the way I approached this was to write down the conclusion: "Occasions" + decrease in anxiety occurred simultaneously. The occasions that the author is hinting at indicates episodes of "repression" being uncovered. Though I'm not confident, I feel like this is kind of an assumption question because it's effectively saying, in order for the author's conclusion to be true, this must be true as well.

D was the only one that struck me as a necessary assumption. What if because lowered anxiety => patient being more comfortable and actually saying what happened? In order for the conclusion to be true and that repressions were uncovered, the psychologist or whatever must be able to distinguish between the two.

Am I on the right track because my logic is so different from most people ITT
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This one is not assumption, but inference question. Assumption is a hidden premise that must be true for a conclusion to hold true. But there's no conclusion here, only fact sets.
P1: unconscious belief # conscious belief.
P2: When a patient is aware of and expresses unconscious belief, researchers see there's a reduce of patient's anxiety.

Combine two premises above.
Inference: researchers can distinguish unconscious belief from conscious one. Answer D indicates that.

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I think this is an inference question, and i still came with D.

scthakur wrote:
It took a while to understand that it is an assumption question and not an inference question.

Answer is clearly D.

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The question is not 100% percent Inference types but certainly this is not an assumption question as there is no conclusion in the argument. moreover following techniques of identifying an assumption will only do mess..The best way IMO is to treat it as must be true question and reach D by POE

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IMO D. I'll give you a hint, read the complete passage again slowly, and put emphasis on the word "such" every time it's used. That should clear the picture.

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Could u please take this one?
The OA (D) looks more like an assumption. Also shed light on the difference between assumption and inference with respect to this argument.

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According to psychoanalytic theory, people have unconscious beliefs that are kept from becoming conscious by a psychological mechanism termed “repression.” Researchers investigating the nature of this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief. They found that such occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the patient’s level of anxiety.

If the information above is true, and if the researchers’ investigation was properly conducted, then which of the following must also be true?

(A) Changes in the patient’s anxiety level during therapy can generally be used as an accurate measure of the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs.

(B) Even when one of a patient’s unconscious beliefs remains unconscious, researchers are sometimes able to discover this belief.

(C) If psychoanalytic theory is correct, then most conscious beliefs originate as unconscious beliefs.

(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.

(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is something of which patients are consciously aware.


GMATNinja, Could you help to explain for this Inference question? I have a hard time to answer this question. Why (A) is incorrect?
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Repression --> Prevents unconscious beliefs from becoming conscious.
Therapy --> patient becomes aware of previously unconscious belief --> decrease in level of anxiety in patient.

Initial guess -- therapy --> decrease in repression --> decrease in level of anxiety in patient??

(A) Changes in the patient’s anxiety level during therapy can generally be used as an accurate measure of the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs. Too specific

(B) Even when one of a patient’s unconscious beliefs remains unconscious, researchers are sometimes able to discover this belief.May be. When patients under go therapy?

(C) If psychoanalytic theory is correct, then most conscious beliefs originate as unconscious beliefs.May be some, but not most.

(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.This statement must be true only because question stem mentions 'if the researchers’ investigation was properly conducted'

(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is something of which patients are consciously aware. We are not told whether patients know how repression works.

Choice D is the answer

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GMATNinja, Could you help to explain for this Inference question? I have a hard time to answer this question. Why (A) is incorrect?

According to the passage, when a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief, the patient's level of anxiety was decreased. But this does not necessarily mean that a decrease in anxiety level is a sign that the patient has become conscious of a previously repressed belief. There could be several other reasons to explain the decrease in anxiety (perhaps the patient joined a support group, started taking medication, got involved in a social activity, etc.)

For example, say that exercise reduces stress. Does that mean we can monitor changes in a person's stress levels to measure how much that person exercises? Of course not... several other factors can affect stress levels.

Similarly, several other factors can affect anxiety levels, so we cannot monitor changes in a patient's anxiety level during therapy to accurately measure the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs. Choice (A) should be eliminated.

I hope that helps!
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According to psychoanalytic theory, people have unconscious beliefs that are kept from becoming conscious by a psychological mechanism termed “repression.” Researchers investigating the nature of this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief. They found that such occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the patient’s level of anxiety.

If the information above is true, and if the researchers’ investigation was properly conducted, then which of the following must also be true?

(A) Changes in the patient’s anxiety level during therapy can generally be used as an accurate measure of the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs.

(B) Even when one of a patient’s unconscious beliefs remains unconscious, researchers are sometimes able to discover this belief.

(C) If psychoanalytic theory is correct, then most conscious beliefs originate as unconscious beliefs.

(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.

(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is something of which patients are consciously aware.


The answer is D

Premise 1:According to psychoanalytic theory, people have unconscious beliefs that are kept from becoming conscious by a psychological mechanism termed “repression.”
Premise 2:Researchers investigating the nature of this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief.

Conclusion : They found that such occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the patient’s level of anxiety.

Assumption : The Researchers were able to differentiate between conscious beliefs and unconscious belief expressed

D is essentially saying this " Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed. "

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(A) Changes in the patient’s anxiety level during therapy can generally be used as an accurate measure of the extent to which the patient is becoming conscious of previously repressed beliefs.

The stimulus says that the occasions when patients become conscious of previously repressed beliefs are marked by decreased anxiety. They don’t say that the level of decrease varies directly or is correlated with the level of becoming conscious. Hence we cannot infer this from the stimulus.

(B) Even when one of a patient’s unconscious beliefs remains unconscious, researchers are sometimes able to discover this belief.

Not relevant to the given statements. Whether there are other mechanisms of identifying unconscious beliefs is out of scope.

(C) If psychoanalytic theory is correct, then most conscious beliefs originate as unconscious beliefs.

Again, not relevant. All we can say is that people can be made to express some unconscious beliefs through therapy. We cannot say that all conscious beliefs originate as unconscious.

(D) Researchers were able to distinguish expressed beliefs that had previously been unconscious from those that had long been conscious but that the patient had not previously expressed.

The given stimulus tells us that the researchers have been able to make people express their unconscious beliefs through therapy. A valid point here is – how do researchers know that the beliefs being expressed by the patients are unconscious beliefs and not merely conscious beliefs that the patients did not express previously? Since the stimulus says, “Researchers investigating repression observed occasions on which a patient undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a previously unconscious belief” and we have to take the statement to be true, it means they were able to distinguish between unconscious beliefs and conscious but unexpressed beliefs. Hence (D) is the answer.

(E) Although the beliefs on which the mechanism of repression works are all unconscious, the operation of the mechanism itself is something of which patients are consciously aware.

Focus on the first part of this option. The statements in the stimulus tell us that repression keeps unconscious beliefs unconscious. They don’t tell us whether repression works on conscious beliefs or not – perhaps it keeps people from expressing conscious beliefs or perhaps it doesn’t work on conscious beliefs at all – the statements don’t say. We cannot say that the beliefs on which repression works are ALL unconscious. Hence we cannot infer this. Not the answer.

The correct answer is (D).

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Inference question = "no new information"

Ans : (D) This answer has to be correct in order for the question stem to play out ie for research investigation to be properly conducted & statements to be true.

(A) We don't know what happens when the opposite happens (ie increase in anxiety)
(B, C, E) Not able to distinguish from passage

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what is the conclusion of this argument?
How to identify what the qn stem requires? i.e what should I look for ? an assumption, inference or conclusion?
Also, elaborate on the qn stem types possible in "must be true" questions
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