a useful, but unprovable, cognitive shortcut, such as a "rule of thumb"
Hierarchy of needs
Maslow's theory of the most important motivations people have
the tendency, after an event occurs, to overestimate the likelihood that an event could have been predicted
limbic system component associated with memory
the steady, stable state that is the body's regulatory processes try to maintain
chemical substance secreted by endocrine glands that affect body processes
perspective in psychology that stresses the goodness of people and their possibility of reaching their fullest potential
it is regulated by the lateral hypothalamus and the ventromedial hypothalamus
a social interaction in which one person suggests to another that certain events or emotions will occur
a disorder characterized by an unreasonable fear that one has a serious disease
limbic system component that regulates hunger, body temperature and other functions
a prediction of how the an experiment will turn out
term that describes the memory of images
in Freud's conception, the repository of the basic urges toward sex and aggression
Identity vs. role confusion
Erikson's stage during which teenagers and young adults search for and become their true selves
evidence of critical period in some animals; they follow the first moving thing they see after hatching
tendency to favour one's own group over other groups
an external stimulus that tends to encourage behaviour
type of variable manipulated by the experimenter
culture in which the individual is valued more highly than the group
Industry vs. inferiority
Erikson's stage between 6 and 11 years, when the child learns to be productive
Adler's conception of a basic feeling of inadequacy stemming from childhood experiences
humans accomplish this either in parallel (unconsciously) or in serial fashion (consciously)
agreement to participate in psychology research, after being appraised of the dangers and benefits of the research
Initiative vs. guilt
Erikson's third stage in which the child finds independence in planning, playing, and other activities
a legal term describing one's inability to be responsible for one's action due to the condition of the mind
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