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  1. 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?
  2. What are experimenter effects?
  3. Post-Conventional? What percentage of individuals reach this stage?
  4. What is functional fixedness?
  5. How can emotions and culture create barriers to insight?
  1. a rigidity in problem solving caused by an inability to see new uses for familiar objects. Ex Tacks/candle problem
  2. b Inhibition and fear, making a fool of oneself
  3. c Moral thinking based on carefully examined and self-chosen moral principles. "he should steal the drug, and then inform the authorities that he has done so. He will have to face the penalty but also saved a human life" only 3-11% reach this stage
  4. d Parents who supply firm and consistent guidance combined with love and affection. Parents balance their own rights with those of their children. Control children's behavior in a caring, responsible non authoritarian way "Do it for this reason" Effective parents are firm and consistent, not harsh or rigid, encourage the child to act responsibly to think and make good decisions. Produces children who are resilient and develop the strengths then need to thrive.
  5. e Changes in subjects behavior caused by the unintended influences of experimenter actions

5 Multiple choice questions

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  2. Rats were split into 3 separate cages. 1 kept in normal conditions. 1 in a deprived environment in dark, no toys, 1 in an environment where the toys were always changing facilitating learning and exploration. At the End the stimulated rat's brain weighed more then the other 2.
  3. Use a large sample group
  4. A math problem
  5. An ability to correctly identify previously learned information

5 True/False questions

  1. What is object permanence? Please be able to recognize or provide an example of object permanence.Thought that is self centered and fails to consider viewpoints of others. Someone standing in front of you while you are watching TV.


  2. What is the difference between overt and covert behaviors?The outer layer of the cerebrum


  3. What is the difference between an excitatory and an inhibitory neurotransmitter?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.


  4. Please be able to recognize or provide an example of cue-dependent-forgetting (or remembering).Drunk guy who lost wallet, had to get drunk again to find wallet


  5. SynapseThe microscopic space between 2 neurons over which messages pass


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