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AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 11
Validity (11.01)
Reliability (11.02)
Face validity (11.03)
Content Validity (11.04)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
Measures whether a test looks like it tests what it is suppos…
A property exhibited by a test in which each item is represen…
Validity (11.01)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
Reliability (11.02)
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 2
Scientific Method
Empirical Investigation
Theory
Hypothesis
A five-step process for empirical investigation of a hypothes…
An approach to research that relies on sensory experience and…
A testable explanation for a set of facts or observations.
A statement predicting the outcome of a scientific study; a s…
Scientific Method
A five-step process for empirical investigation of a hypothes…
Empirical Investigation
An approach to research that relies on sensory experience and…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 6
Learning (6.1)
Habituation (6.2)
Mere Exposure Effect (6.3)
Behavioral Learning (6.4)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
A learned preference for stimuli to which we have been previo…
Forms of learning, such as a classical conditioning and opera…
Learning (6.1)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Habituation (6.2)
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 12
psychopathology (12.01)
hallucinations (12.02)
Delusions (12.03)
Affect (12.04)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
psychopathology (12.01)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
hallucinations (12.02)
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 13
Therapy (13.01)
Psychological therapies (13.02)
Biomedical therapies (13.03)
Insight therapies (13.04)
A general term for any treatment process. Refers to a variety…
Therapies based on psychological principles; often called psy…
Treatments that focus on altering the brain, especially with…
Psychotherapies in which the therapist helps patients/clients…
Therapy (13.01)
A general term for any treatment process. Refers to a variety…
Psychological therapies (13.02)
Therapies based on psychological principles; often called psy…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 10
Personality (10.01)
Psychoanalysis (10.02)
Psychoanalytic Theory (10.03)
Unconscious (10.04)
The psychological qualities that bring continuity to an indiv…
Freud's system of treatment for mental disorders. The term is…
Freud's theory of personality.
In Freudian theory, this is the psychic domain of which the i…
Personality (10.01)
The psychological qualities that bring continuity to an indiv…
Psychoanalysis (10.02)
Freud's system of treatment for mental disorders. The term is…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 9
Developmental Psychology (9.01)
Nature-nurture issue (9.02)
Interaction (9.03)
Identical Twins (9.04)
The psychological specialty that studies how organisms change…
The longstanding discussion over the relative importance of n…
A process by which forces work together or influence each oth…
A pair who started life as a single fertilized egg, which lat…
Developmental Psychology (9.01)
The psychological specialty that studies how organisms change…
Nature-nurture issue (9.02)
The longstanding discussion over the relative importance of n…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 7
Memory (7.1)
Information-Processing Model (7.2)
Encoding (7.3)
Storage (7.4)
Any system - human, animal, or machine - that encodes, stores…
A cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informat…
One of the three basic tasks of memory, involving the modific…
One of the three basic tasks of memory, involving the retenti…
Memory (7.1)
Any system - human, animal, or machine - that encodes, stores…
Information-Processing Model (7.2)
A cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informat…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 3
Biopsychology
Neuroscience
Evolution
Natural Selection
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
The gradual process of biological change the occurs in a spec…
The driving force behind evolution, by which the environment…
Biopsychology
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
Neuroscience
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 14
Social Psychology
social context
situationism
social role
The branch of psychology that studies the effects of social v…
The combination of (a) people, (b) the activities and interac…
The view that environment conditions influence people's behav…
One of several socially defined patterns of behavior that are…
Social Psychology
The branch of psychology that studies the effects of social v…
social context
The combination of (a) people, (b) the activities and interac…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 8
Emotion (8.01)
Display rules (8.02)
Lateralization of emotion (8.03)
James-Lange theory (8.04)
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
The permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
Different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
Emotion (8.01)
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
Display rules (8.02)
The permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 11
Validity (11.01)
Reliability (11.02)
Face validity (11.03)
Content Validity (11.04)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
Measures whether a test looks like it tests what it is suppos…
A property exhibited by a test in which each item is represen…
Validity (11.01)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
Reliability (11.02)
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
AP Psychology (Chapter 1) Zimbardo
Psychology
Empirical Approach
Pseudopsychology
Confirmation Bias
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
The standard for all psychological research, based on observa…
Phony, unscientific psychology masquerading as the real thing.
The tendency to pay attention only to evidence that confirms…
Psychology
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
Empirical Approach
The standard for all psychological research, based on observa…
47 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 6
Learning (6.1)
Habituation (6.2)
Mere Exposure Effect (6.3)
Behavioral Learning (6.4)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
A learned preference for stimuli to which we have been previo…
Forms of learning, such as a classical conditioning and opera…
Learning (6.1)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Habituation (6.2)
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
58 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 8
Emotion (8.01)
Display rules (8.02)
Lateralization of emotion (8.03)
James-Lange theory (8.04)
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
The permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
Different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
Emotion (8.01)
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
Display rules (8.02)
The permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
32 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 5
Consciousness (5.1)
Cognitive neuroscience (5.2)
Nonconscious processes (5.3)
Preconscious memories (5.4)
The process by which the brain creates a model of internal an…
An interdisciplinary field involving cognitive psychology, ne…
Any brain process that does not involves conscious processing…
Information that is not currently in consciousness but can be…
Consciousness (5.1)
The process by which the brain creates a model of internal an…
Cognitive neuroscience (5.2)
An interdisciplinary field involving cognitive psychology, ne…
42 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 2
Scientific Method
Empirical Investigation
Theory
Hypothesis
A five-step process for empirical investigation of a hypothes…
An approach to research that relies on sensory experience and…
A testable explanation for a set of facts or observations.
A statement predicting the outcome of a scientific study; a s…
Scientific Method
A five-step process for empirical investigation of a hypothes…
Empirical Investigation
An approach to research that relies on sensory experience and…
52 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 9
Developmental Psychology (9.01)
Nature-nurture issue (9.02)
Interaction (9.03)
Identical Twins (9.04)
The psychological specialty that studies how organisms change…
The longstanding discussion over the relative importance of n…
A process by which forces work together or influence each oth…
A pair who started life as a single fertilized egg, which lat…
Developmental Psychology (9.01)
The psychological specialty that studies how organisms change…
Nature-nurture issue (9.02)
The longstanding discussion over the relative importance of n…
55 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 10
Personality (10.01)
Psychoanalysis (10.02)
Psychoanalytic Theory (10.03)
Unconscious (10.04)
The psychological qualities that bring continuity to an indiv…
Freud's system of treatment for mental disorders. The term is…
Freud's theory of personality.
In Freudian theory, this is the psychic domain of which the i…
Personality (10.01)
The psychological qualities that bring continuity to an indiv…
Psychoanalysis (10.02)
Freud's system of treatment for mental disorders. The term is…
74 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 7
Memory (7.1)
Information-Processing Model (7.2)
Encoding (7.3)
Storage (7.4)
Any system - human, animal, or machine - that encodes, stores…
A cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informat…
One of the three basic tasks of memory, involving the modific…
One of the three basic tasks of memory, involving the retenti…
Memory (7.1)
Any system - human, animal, or machine - that encodes, stores…
Information-Processing Model (7.2)
A cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informat…
30 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 11
Validity (11.01)
Reliability (11.02)
Face validity (11.03)
Content Validity (11.04)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
Measures whether a test looks like it tests what it is suppos…
A property exhibited by a test in which each item is represen…
Validity (11.01)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
Reliability (11.02)
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
40 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 12
psychopathology (12.01)
hallucinations (12.02)
Delusions (12.03)
Affect (12.04)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
psychopathology (12.01)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
hallucinations (12.02)
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
39 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 13
Therapy (13.01)
Psychological therapies (13.02)
Biomedical therapies (13.03)
Insight therapies (13.04)
A general term for any treatment process. Refers to a variety…
Therapies based on psychological principles; often called psy…
Treatments that focus on altering the brain, especially with…
Psychotherapies in which the therapist helps patients/clients…
Therapy (13.01)
A general term for any treatment process. Refers to a variety…
Psychological therapies (13.02)
Therapies based on psychological principles; often called psy…
47 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 6
Learning (6.1)
Habituation (6.2)
Mere Exposure Effect (6.3)
Behavioral Learning (6.4)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
A learned preference for stimuli to which we have been previo…
Forms of learning, such as a classical conditioning and opera…
Learning (6.1)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Habituation (6.2)
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
35 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 14
Social Psychology
Social Context
Situationism
Social Role
The branch of psychology that studies the effects of social v…
The combinations of (a) people, (b) the activities and intera…
The view that environmental conditions influence peoples beha…
One of several socially defined patterns of behavior that are…
Social Psychology
The branch of psychology that studies the effects of social v…
Social Context
The combinations of (a) people, (b) the activities and intera…
67 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 3
Biopsychology
Neuroscience
Evolution
Natural Selection
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
The gradual process of biological change the occurs in a spec…
The driving force behind evolution, by which the environment…
Biopsychology
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
Neuroscience
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
74 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 7
Memory (7.1)
Information-Processing Model (7.2)
Encoding (7.3)
Storage (7.4)
Any system - human, animal, or machine - that encodes, stores…
A cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informat…
One of the three basic tasks of memory, involving the modific…
One of the three basic tasks of memory, involving the retenti…
Memory (7.1)
Any system - human, animal, or machine - that encodes, stores…
Information-Processing Model (7.2)
A cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informat…
47 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 6
Learning
Habituation
Mere Exposure Effect
Behavioral Learning
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
A learned preference for stimuli to which we have been previo…
Forms of learning, such as a classical conditioning and opera…
Learning
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Habituation
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
66 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 4
Sensation
Perception
Transduction
Sensory Adaptation
The process by which stimulation of a sensory receptor produc…
A process that makes sensory patterns meaningful.
Transformation of one form of energy into another--especially…
Loss of responsiveness in receptor cells after stimulation ha…
Sensation
The process by which stimulation of a sensory receptor produc…
Perception
A process that makes sensory patterns meaningful.
42 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 2
Scientific Method
Empirical Investigation
Theory
Hypothesis
A five-step process for empirical investigation of a hypothes…
An approach to research that relies on sensory experience and…
A testable explanation for a set of facts or observations.
A statement predicting the outcome of a scientific study; a s…
Scientific Method
A five-step process for empirical investigation of a hypothes…
Empirical Investigation
An approach to research that relies on sensory experience and…
70 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 3
Biopsychology
Neuroscience
Evolution
Natural Selection
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
The gradual process of biological change the occurs in a spec…
The driving force behind evolution, by which the environment…
Biopsychology
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
Neuroscience
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
35 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 14
Social Psychology
social context
situationism
social role
The branch of psychology that studies the effects of social v…
The combination of (a) people, (b) the activities and interac…
The view that environment conditions influence people's behav…
One of several socially defined patterns of behavior that are…
Social Psychology
The branch of psychology that studies the effects of social v…
social context
The combination of (a) people, (b) the activities and interac…
40 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo 12
Psychopathology
Hallucinations
Delusions
Affect
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder. .…
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
Psychopathology
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
Hallucinations
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder. .…
47 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 6
Learning (6.1)
Habituation (6.2)
Mere Exposure Effect (6.3)
Behavioral Learning (6.4)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
A learned preference for stimuli to which we have been previo…
Forms of learning, such as a classical conditioning and opera…
Learning (6.1)
A lasting change in behavior or mental processes that results…
Habituation (6.2)
Learning not to respond to the repeated presentation of a sti…
28 terms
AP Psychology (Chapter 1) Zimbardo
Psychology
Empirical Approach
Pseudopsychology
Confirmation Bias
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
The standard for all psychological research, based on observa…
Phony, unscientific psychology masquerading as the real thing.
The tendency to pay attention only to evidence that confirms…
Psychology
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
Empirical Approach
The standard for all psychological research, based on observa…
AP Psychology Chapter 1 Zimbardo
Psychology
Empirical Approach
Pseudopsychology
Confirmation Bias
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
The standard for all psychological research, based on observa…
Phony, unscientific psychology masquerading as the real thing.
The tendency to pay attention only to evidence that confirms…
Psychology
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
Empirical Approach
The standard for all psychological research, based on observa…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 6
Ivan Pavlov
B.F. Skinner
Albert Bandura
John Watson
Started classical conditioning: experiment in which he got do…
Operant conditioning: locked rats in a skinner box and used l…
Bobo doll: studied social behavior and aggression in children
Baby and bunny experiment: got little Albert to cry every tim…
Ivan Pavlov
Started classical conditioning: experiment in which he got do…
B.F. Skinner
Operant conditioning: locked rats in a skinner box and used l…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 5
Consciousness
Non-consciousness processes
Pre-conscious memories
Unconscious
Process by which the brain creates a model of internal and ex…
Any brain process that does not involve conscious processing
Information that is not currently in consciousness but can ea…
In Freudian theory, part of mind that houses memories, desire…
Consciousness
Process by which the brain creates a model of internal and ex…
Non-consciousness processes
Any brain process that does not involve conscious processing
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 7
Memory
Information processing model
Endocing
Storage
System that encodes, stores, and retrieves information
Cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informatio…
Modification of information to fit the preferred format of me…
Retention of encoded material over time
Memory
System that encodes, stores, and retrieves information
Information processing model
Cognitive understanding of memory, emphasizing how informatio…
40 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo 12
Psychopathology
Hallucinations
Delusions
Affect
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder. .…
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
Psychopathology
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
Hallucinations
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder. .…
173 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Midterm
Biopsychology
Neuroscience
Sensory Neuron
Motor Neuron
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
Nerve cell that carries messages from sense receptors toward…
Nerve cell that carries messages away from the central nervou…
Biopsychology
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
Neuroscience
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 4
Sensation
Perception
Transduction
Sensory adaptation
Process by which stimulation of a sensory receptor produces n…
Process that makes sensory patterns meaningful
Transformation of one form of energy into another
Loss of responsiveness in receptor cells after stimulation ha…
Sensation
Process by which stimulation of a sensory receptor produces n…
Perception
Process that makes sensory patterns meaningful
40 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 12
psychopathology
hallucinations
Delusions
Affect
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
psychopathology
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
hallucinations
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 8
Emotion (8.01)
Display rules (8.02)
Lateralization of emotion (8.03)
James-Lange theory (8.04)
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
The permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
Different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
Emotion (8.01)
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
Display rules (8.02)
The permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 10
Personality (10.01)
Psychoanalysis (10.02)
Psychoanalytic Theory (10.03)
Unconscious (10.04)
The psychological qualities that bring continuity to an indiv…
Freud's system of treatment for mental disorders. The term is…
Freud's theory of personality.
In Freudian theory, this is the psychic domain of which the i…
Personality (10.01)
The psychological qualities that bring continuity to an indiv…
Psychoanalysis (10.02)
Freud's system of treatment for mental disorders. The term is…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 11
Validity (11.01)
Reliability (11.02)
Face validity (11.03)
Content Validity (11.04)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
Measures whether a test looks like it tests what it is suppos…
A property exhibited by a test in which each item is represen…
Validity (11.01)
A property exhibited by a test that measures what it purports…
Reliability (11.02)
A property exhibited by a test that yields the same results o…
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 3
Biopsychology
Neuroscience
Evolution
Natural Selection
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
The gradual process of biological change the occurs in a spec…
The driving force behind evolution, by which the environment…
Biopsychology
The specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of b…
Neuroscience
A relatively new interdisciplinary field devoted to understan…
40 terms
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 12
psychopathology (12.01)
hallucinations (12.02)
Delusions (12.03)
Affect (12.04)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
psychopathology (12.01)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
hallucinations (12.02)
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 12
psychopathology (12.01)
hallucinations (12.02)
Delusions (12.03)
Affect (12.04)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
Extreme disorders of thinking, involving persistent false bel…
A term referring to emotion or mood.
psychopathology (12.01)
Any pattern of emotions, behaviors, or thoughts inappropriate…
hallucinations (12.02)
False sensory experiences that may suggest mental disorder.
AP Psychology Zimbardo Chapter 13
Therapy (13.01)
Psychological therapies (13.02)
Biomedical therapies (13.03)
Insight therapies (13.04)
A general term for any treatment process. Refers to a variety…
Therapies based on psychological principles; often called psy…
Treatments that focus on altering the brain, especially with…
Psychotherapies in which the therapist helps patients/clients…
Therapy (13.01)
A general term for any treatment process. Refers to a variety…
Psychological therapies (13.02)
Therapies based on psychological principles; often called psy…
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