5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- George Sperling
- Ivan Pavlov
- Lewis Terman
- Charles Spearman
- Mary Ainsworth
- a Studied gifted kids; Revised Simon-Binet to the Stanford-Binet IQ test
- b Studied sensory (iconic) memory
- c Studied secure & insecure attachment in children by placing them in "strange situations"
- d General Intelligence or "g" underlies IQ. If you are intelligent in one area, you are probably smart in others.
- e Russian Physiologist; classical conditioning (salivation in dogs)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Language theorist; Universal Grammar Theory (born to learn grammar)
- Stages of Moral Development
- Social Psychologist; Did the "Stanford Prison Study" on role-playing
- Opponent-Process Theory of Color Vision
- Humanist; Hierarchy of Needs; Self-actualization
5 True/False Questions
Diana Baumrind → Opponent-Process Theory of Color Vision
Julian Rotter → Demonstrated "insight" in chimps when Sultan used tools to solve a problem
Martin Seligman → Cognitive behaviorist; studied "learned helplessness" and was a proponent of "positive psychology"
Wolfgang Kohler → Demonstrated "insight" in chimps when Sultan used tools to solve a problem
Alfred Kinsey → Demonstrated "insight" in chimps when Sultan used tools to solve a problem