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Psychology 3530 - Chapter 1
Amicus Curiae Brief
Applied Scientist
Basic Scientist
Case Law
a "friend-of-the-court" brief filed by a person or organizati…
an individual whose research focuses on solving problems rath…
a scientist who pursues knowledge motivated by scientific cur…
the body of pervious legal decisions and legal principles dev…
Amicus Curiae Brief
a "friend-of-the-court" brief filed by a person or organizati…
Applied Scientist
an individual whose research focuses on solving problems rath…
Psychology 3530 exam 2
What does ANOVA stand for?
How many IVs/factors?
How many levels?
How many DVs?
ANalysis Of VAriance
1
2 or more levels
1 continuous dependent variable
What does ANOVA stand for?
ANalysis Of VAriance
How many IVs/factors?
1
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PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Language
Language involves the ___ thoughts and…
Communication involves the ____ though…
Language is ____ as sounds and letters…
Language is ____ as there are specific…
use of symbols or sounds to convey
exchange of
hierarchical
rules-based
Language involves the ___ thoughts and…
use of symbols or sounds to convey
Communication involves the ____ though…
exchange of
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PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Language
Language involves the ___ thoughts and…
Communication involves the ____ though…
Language is ____ as sounds and letters…
Language is ____ as there are specific…
use of symbols or sounds to convey
exchange of
hierarchical
rules-based
Language involves the ___ thoughts and…
use of symbols or sounds to convey
Communication involves the ____ though…
exchange of
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PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Problem Solving/Reasoning
A problem is akin to a ___ between whe…
___ have correct answers and certain p…
___ have no one correct answer and the…
___ always work but are time-consuming…
gap or obstacle
well-defined problems
ill-defined problems
algorithms
A problem is akin to a ___ between whe…
gap or obstacle
___ have correct answers and certain p…
well-defined problems
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PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Visual Imagery
Functional MRIs (fMRI) are ____ .
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS…
Mental imagery applies to ____ .
The pegword technique uses imagery of…
correlational
causal
all senses
memory of word pairs
Functional MRIs (fMRI) are ____ .
correlational
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS…
causal
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PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Reasoning & Decision-Making
I start with information then I reach…
I use one or more statements to reach…
I use the consistency of past events t…
All A is B. All B is C. Thus, all A is…
reasoning
reasoning deductively.
reasoning inductively .
syllogism.
I start with information then I reach…
reasoning
I use one or more statements to reach…
reasoning deductively.
PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Problem Solving/Reasoning
A problem is akin to a ___ between whe…
___ have correct answers and certain p…
___ have no one correct answer and the…
___ always work but are time-consuming…
gap or obstacle
well-defined problems
ill-defined problems
algorithms
A problem is akin to a ___ between whe…
gap or obstacle
___ have correct answers and certain p…
well-defined problems
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PSYC 3530 - Cognitive Psychology - Problem Solving/Reasoning
A problem is akin to a ___ between whe…
___ have correct answers and certain p…
___ have no one correct answer and the…
___ always work but are time-consuming…
gap or obstacle
well-defined problems
ill-defined problems
algorithms
A problem is akin to a ___ between whe…
gap or obstacle
___ have correct answers and certain p…
well-defined problems
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psych 3530 final
learning
behaviorism
functional analysis
habituation
the change of behavior as a function of experience
study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of his en…
determining how behavior is a function of one's environment;…
a decrease in responsiveness with each repeated exposure to s…
learning
the change of behavior as a function of experience
behaviorism
study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of his en…
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Final Exam Psych 3530
the change of behavior as a function o…
a learning process that occurs when tw…
A type of learning where behavior is c…
The study of how a person's behavior i…
learning
classical conditioning
operant conditioning
behaviorism
the change of behavior as a function o…
learning
a learning process that occurs when tw…
classical conditioning
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psych 3530 midterm 2
anatomy
biochemistry
ARAS
amygdala
parts of the brain
effects of neurotransmitters and hormones on brain processes
connects cerebral cortex to the rest of the brain; controls s…
Links perceptions and thoughts with emotional meaning (fear a…
anatomy
parts of the brain
biochemistry
effects of neurotransmitters and hormones on brain processes
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PSYCH 3530 Exam 2
Is stability in personality consistent…
Rank-Order Consistency
What type of studies have been done to…
What are the 6 causes of stability in…
It varies, but overall it will stay consistent
-We tend to maintain the ways our personalities are different…
-Longitudinal ... -Over a 10 year span, trait scores from from .…
1) Temperament... 2) Physical/Environmental Factors... 3) Birth Ord…
Is stability in personality consistent…
It varies, but overall it will stay consistent
Rank-Order Consistency
-We tend to maintain the ways our personalities are different…
ch 17 psych 3530
diagnostic and statistical manual
how do you define personality disorders
what are the qualities to define a per…
what are the bases for diagnosing pers…
included a list and description of personality disorders allo…
patters of thought feeling and behavior beyond the normal ran…
1. unusual extreme problematic ... 2. by definition tend to caus…
1. clinical impression... 2. self-report scales (s data)... 3. stru…
diagnostic and statistical manual
included a list and description of personality disorders allo…
how do you define personality disorders
patters of thought feeling and behavior beyond the normal ran…
psych 3530 ch 15
personality processes
perception
priming
chronically accessible
the mechanisms that unfold over time to produce the effects o…
the different way in which people view the world extend even…
activation of a concept or idea by repeatedly perceiving it o…
tendency of an idea or concept to come easily to mind long te…
personality processes
the mechanisms that unfold over time to produce the effects o…
perception
the different way in which people view the world extend even…
ch 16 psych 3530
psychological self
what is the most imprint function of t…
compartmentalization
integration
abilities and personality traits. influences behavior because…
organizing self knowledge
separate positive and negative aspects of self into different…
combine positive and negative aspects of self into same categ…
psychological self
abilities and personality traits. influences behavior because…
what is the most imprint function of t…
organizing self knowledge
chapter 14 psych 3530
learning-based approaches
learning
behaviorism
functional analysis
-behaviorism... -social learning theories
the change of behavior as a function of experience
study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of his en…
determining how behavior is a function of ones environment th…
learning-based approaches
-behaviorism... -social learning theories
learning
the change of behavior as a function of experience
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PSYCH 3530 Exam 1
Personality
Psychological Triad
S Data
S Data examples
Characteristic patterns of thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and…
Thoughts, emotions, behaviors
Self-judgement; Person's evaluation of his/own personality
Questionnaires, surveys
Personality
Characteristic patterns of thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and…
Psychological Triad
Thoughts, emotions, behaviors
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PSYCH 3530 Exam 2 Terms
Anatomy
Biochemistry
Research methods
Nerves
parts of the brain
effects of neurotransmitters and hormones
Brain damage, brain stimulation, brain activity and imaging
dendrites (branch off neurons), axons (covered in myelin shea…
Anatomy
parts of the brain
Biochemistry
effects of neurotransmitters and hormones
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PSYCH 3530 Final Exam
Learning
Behaviorism
Functional Analysis
Habituation
The change in behavior as a function of experience
The study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of th…
Determining how behavior is a function of one's environment
A decrease in responsiveness with each repeated exposure to t…
Learning
The change in behavior as a function of experience
Behaviorism
The study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of th…
comprehensive section for final exam psych 3530
s data
i data
l data
b data
self data
informant data
life record
behavioral data
s data
self data
i data
informant data
psych 3530 ch 13 culture
why are cultural differences important…
cross-cultural psychology
etics
emics
because with personality psychology we look in a specific cul…
psychological research and theorizing that attempts to accoun…
components of an idea in cross-cultural psychology aspects of…
the locally relevant component of an idea in cross cultural p…
why are cultural differences important…
because with personality psychology we look in a specific cul…
cross-cultural psychology
psychological research and theorizing that attempts to accoun…
Psych 3530 Exam 3
importance of cultural differences
collectivism
individualism
vertical type
...
...
...
...
importance of cultural differences
...
collectivism
...
Psych 3530 Exam 1
S Data
I Data
L Data
B Data
Definition:... Advantages:... Disadvantages:
Definition:... Advantages:... Disadvantages:
Definition:... Advantages:... Disadvantages:
Definition:... Advantages:... Disadvantages:
S Data
Definition:... Advantages:... Disadvantages:
I Data
Definition:... Advantages:... Disadvantages:
Psych 3530 Exam 2
rank-order consistency
causes of stability
temperament
physical and environmental factors
...
Temperament, Physical and environmental factors, Birth order,…
...
...
rank-order consistency
...
causes of stability
Temperament, Physical and environmental factors, Birth order,…
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3530 chapter2
1. four basic sources of data
a.Self-judgments (S) Data
advantages
disadvantages
...
a person's evaluation of his or her own personality (question…
1. a large amount of information (you know a lot about yourse…
1. maybe they won't tell you ... -they don't want to brag; ... -the…
1. four basic sources of data
...
a.Self-judgments (S) Data
a person's evaluation of his or her own personality (question…
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PSYCH 3530 MIDTERM 1 ~theories of personality~
S Data
I Data
L Data
B Data
:a person's evaluation of their own personality... PROS: large…
:judgements by knowledgeable informants about general attribu…
:verifiable real-life facts that may hold psychological signi…
:info recorded from direct observation... --2 types; natural & lab
S Data
:a person's evaluation of their own personality... PROS: large…
I Data
:judgements by knowledgeable informants about general attribu…
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PSYC 3530 Auditory Pathology
What is the high pitch ringing in the…
What is tinnitus damage of?
How many Americans does Tinnitus affect?
What are the causes of Tinnitus?
tinnitus
inner ear
36 million... 8 million seriously
exposure to loud noise... drugs... food allergies... ear infections
What is the high pitch ringing in the…
tinnitus
What is tinnitus damage of?
inner ear
PSYCH 3530 Final Exam (Q)
Learning
Behaviorism
Functional Analysis
Habituation
The change in behavior as a function of experience
The study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of th…
Determining how behavior is a function of one's environment
A decrease in responsiveness with each repeated exposure to t…
Learning
The change in behavior as a function of experience
Behaviorism
The study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of th…
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3530 Final
What are the 3 reasons for the importa…
What is phenomenology
a Collectivist focuses on the rights o…
an individualist focuses on the rights…
1. increase international understanding... 2. assess the degree…
Different construals of the world
the group
the individual
What are the 3 reasons for the importa…
1. increase international understanding... 2. assess the degree…
What is phenomenology
Different construals of the world
Psych 3530 Exam 1
Research
Funder's Second Law
Funder's Third Law
S Data
...
...
...
...
Research
...
Funder's Second Law
...
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Psych 3530
What is S data?
What is face validity?
What is L data?
What is I data?
Self evaluation of one's own personality. It is the most freq…
the degree to which an assessment appears to measure what it…
Life outcomes. Verifiable real life facts that may hold psych…
Informant report data
What is S data?
Self evaluation of one's own personality. It is the most freq…
What is face validity?
the degree to which an assessment appears to measure what it…
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PSYC 3530 - EXAM 1
The anatomy of language
Neuropsychology
Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Emphasizes the components of the articulatory track (i.e. ton…
Examines the role of different parts of the brain in behavior.
Examines language itself.
The study of the psychologically processes involved in langua…
The anatomy of language
Emphasizes the components of the articulatory track (i.e. ton…
Neuropsychology
Examines the role of different parts of the brain in behavior.
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3530 Midterm 2
Rank-Order Consistency
Childhood personality can predict.....…
What are the 6 causes of Personality S…
Within Personal-environmental transact…
People tend to maintain the ways in which they are different…
Adult Behavior... Adaptable, impulsive, inhibited.
1) Temperament... --Temperment is the personality of young child…
Active-Seeking different situations. An active person will se…
Rank-Order Consistency
People tend to maintain the ways in which they are different…
Childhood personality can predict.....…
Adult Behavior... Adaptable, impulsive, inhibited.
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PSYCH 3530 Exam 1
Research Methods
Personality
Psychological triad
S Data: Self-Judgments or Self-Reports
...
characteristic patterns of thoughts, emotion, and behavior, t…
-thoughts, emotions, and behaviors ... -need all parts
-a persons evaluation of his or her own personality usually t…
Research Methods
...
Personality
characteristic patterns of thoughts, emotion, and behavior, t…
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Psych 3530 FINAL
behaviorism, social learning theories
behaviorism
habituation
classical conditioning
learning-based approaches to personality come in two variable…
study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of his en…
a decrease in responsiveness with each repeated exposure to s…
the kind of learning in which an unconditioned response that…
behaviorism, social learning theories
learning-based approaches to personality come in two variable…
behaviorism
study of how a person's behavior is a direct result of his en…
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psych 3530 midterm1
personality
S data
Information data
Life outcomes data
characteristic patterns of thoughts, emotion, and behavior, t…
self-judgements or self-reports; a person's evaluation of his…
judgements by knowledgeable informants about general attribut…
verifiable real-life facts that may hold psychological signif…
personality
characteristic patterns of thoughts, emotion, and behavior, t…
S data
self-judgements or self-reports; a person's evaluation of his…
SYO 3530 Test 3
war
war system
interpersonal violence
collective violence
organized, armed conflict between nations or political factio…
components of social institutions and cultural beliefs and pr…
violence involving a small number of people who are respondin…
organized violence by people seeking to promote their cause o…
war
organized, armed conflict between nations or political factio…
war system
components of social institutions and cultural beliefs and pr…
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Exam 2 Terms Psych 3530
Anatomy
biochemistry
Research methods
Ascending Reticular Activating System…
parts of the brain
effects of neurotransmitters and hormones of brain processes
brain damage, stimulation, and imaging
connects cerebral cortex to rest of brain... lemon juice test -…
Anatomy
parts of the brain
biochemistry
effects of neurotransmitters and hormones of brain processes
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Psych 3530 MT2
what is rank-order consistency
what are the causes of stability
what is temperament
what are physical and environmental fa…
...
...
...
...
what is rank-order consistency
...
what are the causes of stability
...
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PSYC 3530 History
What is the initial process of detecti…
What is the process of organizing and…
Why do we study sensation and percepti…
What focuses on discovering the basic…
sensation
perception
historical purposes... medical benefits... scientific curiosity... par…
structuralism
What is the initial process of detecti…
sensation
What is the process of organizing and…
perception
3530 final
behaviorism
functional analysis
habituation
classical conditioning
study of how a persons behavior is a direct result of his/her…
determining how behavior is a function of ones environment... -…
a decrease in responsiveness with each repeated exposure to s…
pavlovs dog... one stimulus becomes a warning signal 4 other ite…
behaviorism
study of how a persons behavior is a direct result of his/her…
functional analysis
determining how behavior is a function of ones environment... -…
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PSYC 3530 Psychophysics
What is methods for quantitatively mea…
What is the smallest amount of stimulu…
When the stimuli is too weak to detect…
When the stimuli that can be detected…
Psychophysics
Absolute threshold
Sub-threshold
Supra-threshold
What is methods for quantitatively mea…
Psychophysics
What is the smallest amount of stimulu…
Absolute threshold
Psych 3530 Exam 2: Important Terms & Concepts
Rank-Order Consistency
Causes of Stability
Personality Development
Personality Change
...
...
...
...
Rank-Order Consistency
...
Causes of Stability
...
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PSYC 3530 Exam 1
Sensation
Perception
Why should we study sensation and perc…
Structuralism
The initial process of detecting and encoding environmental e…
The process of organizing and interpreting sensations into me…
Historical purposes, medical benefits such as hearing aids, v…
Focused on discovering the basic elements and structure (conf…
Sensation
The initial process of detecting and encoding environmental e…
Perception
The process of organizing and interpreting sensations into me…
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3530 Midterm 2
Rank-Order Consistency
Childhood personality can predict.....…
What are the 6 causes of Personality S…
Within Personal-environmental transact…
People tend to maintain the ways in which they are different…
Adult Behavior... Adaptable, impulsive, inhibited.
1) Temperament... --Temperment is the personality of young child…
Active-Seeking different situations. An active person will se…
Rank-Order Consistency
People tend to maintain the ways in which they are different…
Childhood personality can predict.....…
Adult Behavior... Adaptable, impulsive, inhibited.
129 terms
3530 Midterm 2
Rank-Order Consistency
Childhood personality can predict.....…
What are the 6 causes of Personality S…
Within Personal-environmental transact…
People tend to maintain the ways in which they are different…
Adult Behavior... Adaptable, impulsive, inhibited.
1) Temperament... --Temperment is the personality of young child…
Active-Seeking different situations. An active person will se…
Rank-Order Consistency
People tend to maintain the ways in which they are different…
Childhood personality can predict.....…
Adult Behavior... Adaptable, impulsive, inhibited.
Chapter 3 MRKT 3530
Affect & Cognition as Psychological Re…
Type of Affective Response
What are the two cognitive processes t…
Cognitive Processes in Consumer Decisi…
Affect & Cognition are different types of psychological respo…
Emotions, specific, moods, evaluations
Interpretation processes require exposure to information... Inte…
- Product Knowledge & Involvement... - Influences on interpretat…
Affect & Cognition as Psychological Re…
Affect & Cognition are different types of psychological respo…
Type of Affective Response
Emotions, specific, moods, evaluations
Psychology of Language - Chapter 11
audience design
back-channel responses
conversational implicature
false belief test
The practice of adjusting aspects of one's language with the…
Behavioral cues (e.g., nods, murmurs of agreement or grunts o…
An aspect of the speaker's intended meaning that cannot be de…
A test intended to probe for the ability to recognize that th…
audience design
The practice of adjusting aspects of one's language with the…
back-channel responses
Behavioral cues (e.g., nods, murmurs of agreement or grunts o…
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PSYC 3530 Ch. 9&10
Why do we hear?
What do we hear?
What are patterns of successive pressu…
What produce sound waves?
nature selected those animals that could accurately detect in…
sound
sound
disturbances or vibrations
Why do we hear?
nature selected those animals that could accurately detect in…
What do we hear?
sound
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