5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- B. F. Skinner
- Irving Janis
- Robert Sternberg
- Ewald Hering
- William Sheldon
- a Behaviorist; father of operant conditioning; principles of reinforcement
- b Opponent-Process Theory of Color Vision
- c Triarchic Theory of Intelligence: analytical, practical, and creative intelligence
- d Groupthink
- e Early Trait Theorist; studied body types and personaltiy
5 Multiple choice questions
- General Intelligence or "g" underlies IQ. If you are intelligent in one area, you are probably smart in others.
- Developed WAIS and WISC (IQ tests)
- Functionalist; 1st president of APA; Wrote "Principle of Psychology" in 1890
- Suggestibility studies (conformity) involving the apparent movement of lights; studies "cooperation" with kids at camp
- Thematic Apperception Test (TAT); studies achievement motivation
5 True/False questions
Francis Galton → Famous for having a metal rod blown through his head
Hans Selye → Stress and the "General Adaptation Syndrome"
Fritz Perls → Developed "Gestalt Therapy"
Mary Ainsworth → Humanist; client-centered therapy; "Unconditional Positive Regard"
Sperry & Gazziniga → Studied the "bystander effect" or "diffusion of responsibility"