5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Zeigarnik effect
- Sensorimotor Stage
- Reaction Formation
- a The first stage in Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development where a child's primary way of learning about the world is through the senses and movement. 0-2 years
- b want to establish a clear identity and currently in crisis--not yet resolved
- c inability to read
- d defense mechanism where unacceptable impulses are converted to their opposite.
- e The tendency to recall uncompleted tasks better than completed ones.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The tendency to turn toward an object that has touched you.
- grammar rules; how to group morphemes
- master challenges and perform skills (self-determination theory)
- hormone secreted by fat cells that decreases appetite and increases energy expenditure
- visual imagery of almost photographic accuracy
5 True/False Questions
symbolic play → children pretend to be something or someone else; chlidren pretend an object is something else (1-2 years old)
long term potentiation → an increase in a synapse's firing potential after brief, rapid stimulation. believed to be a neural basis for learning and memory
ego avoidance → center on avoiding negative judgments by oneself or others
Place Theory → Basic intelligence of Spearman's theory. Typically compared to s which represents specific intelligences.
prosopagnosia → inability to recognize faces