5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the serial positioning effect?
- What is able to egocentrism? be able to recognize or provide an example of egocentrism.
- Does our LTM permanently store events and information exactly as they were encoded?
- What other factors are necessary for an intellectually gifted child to succeed?
- What is a theory?
- a The tendency to make the most errors in remembering the middle items of an ordered list
- b No, may be filled in by logic or guessing or new information
- c System of ideas designed to interrelate concepts and facts a way that summarizes existing data and predicts future observations
- d Motivation, special talents, off campus learning, creativity, a nurturing envirorment
- e Thought that is self centered and fails to consider viewpoints of others. Someone standing in front of you while you are watching TV.
5 Multiple choice questions
- An increase in the relative size of the cerebral cortex
- Fraternal = 2 separate eggs fertilized at same time.
Identical = Developed from a single egg, identical genes
- Nurture = environment the sum of all external conditions that affect a person, including especially the effects of learning.
Nature = Heredity the transmission of physical and psychological characteristics from parents to offspring through genes
- Somatic - The system of nerves linking the spinal cord with the body and sense organs
Auto - The system of nerves linking carrying info to and from the internal organs and glands
5 True/False questions
What are pseudomemories? → Another name for short term memory, especially as it is used for thinking and problem solving
interpersonal. → Social Ability psychologist, teacher, politician
What is the difference between adolescence and puberty? → Adolescence is the culturally defined period between childhood and adulthood. Puberty is the biologically defined period during which a person matures sexually and becomes capable of reproduction.
What creates the experience of deja-vu? → When a new experience triggers the retrieval of a past experience without yielding any of the details.
What structures make up the Central Nervous Systems (CNS)? → (in an experiment or clinical trial) a group of subjects closely resembling the treatment group in many demographic variables but not receiving the active medication or factor under study and thereby serving as a comparison group when treatment results are evaluated.
in an experimental design, group used as a baseline to compare the effect of the independent variable in the experimental group