5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- cognitive psychology
- Optic chiasm
- Ex Post Facto Design
- Deviation IQ
- a neurotransmitter that affects sleep, arousal, mood, appetite; lack of it is linked with depression
- b Point at which half of the optic nerve fibers from each eye cross over and connect to the other side of the brain.
- c perspective that focuses on the mental processes involved in perception, learning, memory, and thinking
- d A type of design that contrasts groups of people who differ on some variable of interest to the researcher.
- e A standard IQ test score whose mean and standard deviation remain constant for all ages
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- light-sensitive surface on back of eye containing rods and cones
- small area of retina where image is focused
- Relatively permanent change in an organism that occurs as a result of experiences in the environment
- emotion; stated that in order to experience emotions, a person must be physically aroused and know the emotion before you experience it
- A three-stage counterconditioning procedure in which people are taught to relax when confronting stimuli that forming elicited anxiety.
5 True/False Questions
Longitudinal Study → The general state of being aware of and responsive to events in the environment, as well as one's own mental processes
double-blind procedure → Perception below the threshold of awareness.
theory → a collection of interrelated ideas and facts put forward to describe, explain, and predict behavior and mental processes
brain → portion of the CNS above the spinal cord; consists of hindbrain, midbrain, and forebrain
Attributions → any internal condition, although usually an internal one, that initates, activates, or maintains an organism's goal directed behavior