5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Environmental Psychology
- Below what IQ score are individuals considered intellectually disabled (ID)?
- What does rehearsal of information bits do?
- Please be able to recognize or provide an example of independent and dependant variables.
- If identical twins score more similarly on IQ tests than fraternal twins, what does that indicate about intelligence?
- a Ind - color Blue on advertising spokesperson wearing
Depend - The belief that the spokesperson is right
- b It can prolong a STM by silently repeating information
- c Effects of urban noise, crowding, human use of space
- d 70
- e IQ is hereditary
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The tendency to make the most errors in remembering the middle items of an ordered list
- Courtroom, a jury is more likely to think a defendant is guilty if the person appears to fit the profile of someone who would commit that crime.
- relating to the transmitting end of a discharge across a synapse. (2) Pertaining to or being situated at the proximal side of a synapse. -refer to the transmitting or proximal side of a synapse, such as a presynaptic cell (e.g. a neuron) which releases neurotransmitters that bind with the receptors of a postsynaptic cell (e.g. a muscle cell, a gland cell or a neuron).- refers to the axonal end of the neuron where the synapse may be inhibited or stimulated to release neurotransmitters.
- Any strategy or technique that aids problem solving especially by limiting the number of possible solutions to be tried.
- Period of intellectual development during which children became able to use the concepts of time, space, volume, and number, but in ways that remain simplified and concrete rather than abstract.
5 True/False Questions
What is state-dependent learning? → Memory influenced by one's bodily state at the time of learning and at the time of retrieval. Improved memory occurs when the bodily states match
What is a deprived environment? → Unconsciously pushing unwanted memories out of awareness.
How do less evolved animals' brains appear by comparison? → Their cerebral cortex is small and smooth
What is an authoritative parenting style? Please be able to recognize or provide examples of an authoritative parenting style. How do children raised by authoritative parents behave? → A traumatic childhood experience, or a rape
What is an authoritarian parenting style? Please be able to recognize or provide examples of an authoritarian parenting style. How do children raised by authoritarian parents behave? → Parents who enforce rigid rules and demand strict obedience to authority. Children have few rights but adult-like responsibilities. Children are usually obedient and self controlled, emotionally stiff, withdrawn, apprehensive, and lacking curiosity. "Do it because I said so"