# Study sets matching "gre 1"

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Agoraphobia

James Lange

Cannon Bard

Schachter Singer

fear of having a panic attack

Physiological arousal produces the emotion

physiological arousal and environmental appraisal happen in un…

(two-factor theory of emotion) we experience physiological aro…

Agoraphobia

fear of having a panic attack

James Lange

Physiological arousal produces the emotion

Integer

Commutative Law of Addition and Multipl…

Associative Laws of Addition and Multip…

The Distributive Law

A number without fractional or decimal parts, including positi…

a + b= b+a... ab= ba... Division and subtraction are not commutative

(a+b)+c= a+(b+c)... (ab)c+ a(bc)

Allows you to "distribute" a factor over numbers that are adde…

Integer

A number without fractional or decimal parts, including positi…

Commutative Law of Addition and Multipl…

a + b= b+a... ab= ba... Division and subtraction are not commutative

How do you determine the length of one…

What is the name of the side of a right…

What are the two special types of right…

What is an equilateral triangle and wha…

a² + b² = c²... c is the longest side, opposite of right angle

-Hypotenuse ... -Legs

1. Isosceles Triangle: a triangle with at least two congruent…

All 3 congruent sides, each angle is 60º

How do you determine the length of one…

a² + b² = c²... c is the longest side, opposite of right angle

What is the name of the side of a right…

-Hypotenuse ... -Legs

Norm Referencing

Criterion Referencing

When comparing to the norm, it is impor…

Derived Scores

Scores are compared to a set of test scores called the peer or…

Scores are compared to predetermined standard (criterion)... -BDI…

- Total # of items on the test... - If high or low scores are bet…

A converted raw score based against the rest of the group... -Per…

Norm Referencing

Scores are compared to a set of test scores called the peer or…

Criterion Referencing

Scores are compared to predetermined standard (criterion)... -BDI…

abdicate

abduct

aberrant

abject

verb give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or d…

verb pull away from the body; take away to an undisclosed loca…

adj. markedly different from an accepted norm; noun one whose…

adj. showing humiliation or submissiveness; of the most contem…

abdicate

verb give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or d…

abduct

verb pull away from the body; take away to an undisclosed loca…

Permutation Formula

Combination Formula

Prime Number

t% =

P = n! / (n-r)!... n = number of options... r = number of needed ch…

C = n! / r!(n-r)!... n = number of options... r = number of needed…

a whole number that has no positive divisors other than 1 and…

t/100 or 0.01t

Permutation Formula

P = n! / (n-r)!... n = number of options... r = number of needed ch…

Combination Formula

C = n! / r!(n-r)!... n = number of options... r = number of needed…

What speech impairments do issues of ar…

What are the three classifications of s…

What speech impairments do issues of ph…

Are vowels or consonants easier to gras…

Production

Place- Where the sound comes from... Manner- non-resonants, frica…

Understanding sounds being put together

Vowels

What speech impairments do issues of ar…

Production

What are the three classifications of s…

Place- Where the sound comes from... Manner- non-resonants, frica…

Recant

Refute

Relegate

Reticent

to retract, esp. a previously held belief

to disprove; to successfully argue against

to forcibly assign, esp. to a lower place or position

quiet; reserved; reluctant to express thoughts and feelings

Recant

to retract, esp. a previously held belief

Refute

to disprove; to successfully argue against

misanthrope (noun)

eloquent (adjective)

inexorable (adjective)

verbose

a person who dislikes others ... the grinch was such a misanthro…

persuasive and moving, especially in speech... the gettysburg ad…

inflexible; unyielding... the inexorable force of the twister sw…

wordy... the professor's answer was so verbose that his student…

misanthrope (noun)

a person who dislikes others ... the grinch was such a misanthro…

eloquent (adjective)

persuasive and moving, especially in speech... the gettysburg ad…

Statistical Significance

Clinical Significance

Mean and SD of the GRE

Mean and SD of IQ Test

Demonstration of the statistical significance or alpha level (…

Demonstration of a relatively large effect; likely to be "impo…

mean=150... SD=10

meant=100... SD=15

Statistical Significance

Demonstration of the statistical significance or alpha level (…

Clinical Significance

Demonstration of a relatively large effect; likely to be "impo…

Agonist

Antagonist

Pituitary Gland

H-Y Antigen

a specific neurotransmitter that increases the effects of that…

decrease the effects of a specific neurotransmitter

controlled by the hypothalamus, effects the regulation of horm…

during development causes a fetus to develop into a male

Agonist

a specific neurotransmitter that increases the effects of that…

Antagonist

decrease the effects of a specific neurotransmitter