5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Dorsal v Ventral
- 4 Characteristics of Good Research
- At rest
- Peripheral Nervous System
- William James
- a Wrote the 1st psychology textbook "The principles of Psychology" 1890; proponent of functionalism
- b Spinal cord has dorsal (back or top side; sending sensory signals) and ventral (belly or bottom side; sending motor signals) roots that carry sensory and motor signals to and from the spinal cord.
- c 1. Theoretical Framework, 2. Standardized Procedures, 3. Generalizability, 4. Objective Measurement
- d sodium ions cannot enter the membrane and potassium ions cant leave because their protein channels are closed.
- e 1. Somatic Nervous System
2. Autonomic Nervous System
5 Multiple choice questions
- philosophers searched for answers using only logic and argumentation
- possible when scientist continue to encounter an anomaly, which cannot be explained by the current paradigm (paradigms are relatively rigid, and normal science persists due to its apparent inflexibility)
- Examines people's enduring ways of responding in different kinds of situations and the ways individuals differ in how they tend to think, feel, and behave. (e.g., What are the underlying factors of personality?)
- trade off which researchers must choose to place more emphasis on external validity or on internal validity.
- initiated by Sigmund Freud that focuses on the dynamic interplay of conscious and unconscious mental forces which interact to control our behaviors
5 True/False questions
Measures → a concrete way of assessing/operationalizing an abstract construct
Inferior Colliculus → Front
Information Processing → Firing of a neuron. Sodium ions flow into the cell depolarizing the membrane potential to +40mV (not cumulative).
Survey Research → Interviews and questionnaires
Random sample: must be selected from pop. in an arbitrary way
Stratified Random Sample: specifies the percentage of people to be drawn from each population category.
Disadvantage: people may not respond to the questions truthfully.
Validity Issues → possible when scientist continue to encounter an anomaly, which cannot be explained by the current paradigm (paradigms are relatively rigid, and normal science persists due to its apparent inflexibility)