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Psychology Module 3 Vocab.
Behavior genetics
Environment
Genes
Nurture
focuses on this key issue- studying the relative effects of g…
every nongenetic influence around us.
the biochemical units of heredity that make up the chromosomes
how your environment impacts you
Behavior genetics
focuses on this key issue- studying the relative effects of g…
Environment
every nongenetic influence around us.
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psychology module 3
biological psychology
neuron
dendrites
axon
the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic…
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
A neuron's bushy, branching extensions that receive messages…
the neuron extension that passes messages through its branche…
biological psychology
the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic…
neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
Exploring Psychology: Module 3
Neurons
Dendrites
Axons
Terminal Branches of Axon
Building blocks
Branches that receive information and send it to the cell body
Extension of a neuron that carries messages away from the cel…
Form junction with other cells
Neurons
Building blocks
Dendrites
Branches that receive information and send it to the cell body
Span 1001 module 3
¿Qué come la gente en Hong Kong?
Muchísimo
Arroz
Tallarines
What do people in Hong Kong eat?
A lot
Rice
Noodles
¿Qué come la gente en Hong Kong?
What do people in Hong Kong eat?
Muchísimo
A lot
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Psychology - Module 3 Vocabulary
biological psychology
neuron
dendrites
axon
the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic…
a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
a neuron's bushy, branching extensions that receive messages…
the neuron extension that passes messages through its branche…
biological psychology
the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic…
neuron
a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
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Chem 1001 Module 3
Visible light is...
Electromagnetic radiation consists of...
(2) perpendicular oscillating fields
When atoms interact with electromagnet…
light we can detect with our eyes. Is only a small part of th…
consists of oscillating electric and magnetic fields.
electric and magnetic
only certain wavelengths of light are absorbed or emitted by…
Visible light is...
light we can detect with our eyes. Is only a small part of th…
Electromagnetic radiation consists of...
consists of oscillating electric and magnetic fields.
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Psychology Module 3
Correlation Method
Correlation
Survey Method
Naturalistic Observation
Expresses RELATIONSHIP between 2 variables... - doesn't show cau…
surveys and naturalistic observation can show that one trait…
most common type of study in Psych... - cheap and fast... Need goo…
watch subjects in natural environment ... do not manipulate the…
Correlation Method
Expresses RELATIONSHIP between 2 variables... - doesn't show cau…
Correlation
surveys and naturalistic observation can show that one trait…
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Psychology Module 3
Neuroscience
Genes
Glial Cells
Neuron
Interdisciplinary field of scientific study that examines the…
Chains of chemicals arranged like rungs on a twisting ladder…
Scaffold the growth of developing neurons and support mature…
Brain cell with two specialized extensions... One extension is…
Neuroscience
Interdisciplinary field of scientific study that examines the…
Genes
Chains of chemicals arranged like rungs on a twisting ladder…
HUMB1001 - module 3
What are two muscles of mastication?
What are some muscles of expression?
name two synovial joints that can circ…
name two synovial joints that cannot c…
temporalis and masseter
Orbicularis oculi... Orbicularis Oris... Nazalis
ball and socket joint (hip and shoulder)... Condyloid (wrist)
hinge joint (elbow)... Pivot joint (c1 & c2)
What are two muscles of mastication?
temporalis and masseter
What are some muscles of expression?
Orbicularis oculi... Orbicularis Oris... Nazalis
Module 3 (psychology)
retina
fovea
rods
cones
light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye
focal point of the eye
Black and white vision
Cone-shaped visual receptor cells; located in retina; works b…
retina
light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye
fovea
focal point of the eye
Psychology: Module 3 (Nature & Nurture)
behavior genetics
genes
environment
chromosomes
The perspective of psychological science that deals with how…
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
All of the surrounding things, conditions, and influences aff…
A threadlike, gene-carrying structure found in the nucleus. E…
behavior genetics
The perspective of psychological science that deals with how…
genes
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
Psychology Module 3 Review
from the body to the brain; process wh…
from the brain to the body; dictates h…
What are the parts of the central nerv…
connects the CNS to the rest of the bo…
afferent nerve fibers
efferent nerve fibers
brain, spinal cord
peripheral nervous system
from the body to the brain; process wh…
afferent nerve fibers
from the brain to the body; dictates h…
efferent nerve fibers
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AP Psychology: Module 3
Environment
behavior genetics
chromosomes
DNA
refers to every non-genetic, or external, influence on our tr…
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain the…
a complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
Environment
refers to every non-genetic, or external, influence on our tr…
behavior genetics
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
End of Questions - Psychology Module 3
A(n) _________ is a sudden, permanent…
_______ refers to a person's genetic m…
________ is the field of study that fo…
Humans have ________ pairs of chromoso…
mutation
genotype; phenotype
epigenetics
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A(n) _________ is a sudden, permanent…
mutation
_______ refers to a person's genetic m…
genotype; phenotype
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Psychology-module 3
Theory
Hypotheses
Operational Definitions
Replication
explains behaviors and events by offering ideas that organize…
Testable predictions, what results would support the theory a…
Precise definitions of procedures and concepts (to avoid bias)
repeating a study, uses different participants, materials and…
Theory
explains behaviors and events by offering ideas that organize…
Hypotheses
Testable predictions, what results would support the theory a…
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Psychology Module 3
Conditioning (3.01)
Classical conditioning
Unconditioned stimulus (UCS)
Unconditioned response (UCR)
Ways in which we learn beased on the association netween two…
A method of conditioning in which associations are made betwe…
event that naturally (first) triggers a response
unlearned response to event
Conditioning (3.01)
Ways in which we learn beased on the association netween two…
Classical conditioning
A method of conditioning in which associations are made betwe…
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Module 3: CAREERS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Cognitive Psychologists
Developmental Psychologists
Educational Psychologists
Experimental Psychologists
study thought processes and focus on such topics as perceptio…
conduct research on age-related behavioral changes and apply…
are interested in the psychological processes involved in lea…
are a diverse group of scientists who investigate a variety o…
Cognitive Psychologists
study thought processes and focus on such topics as perceptio…
Developmental Psychologists
conduct research on age-related behavioral changes and apply…
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Span1001 module 3 vocab
Aceite de oliva
Aceituna
Alimento
Artículo
(M) olive oil
(F) olive
(M) food,nourishment
Article
Aceite de oliva
(M) olive oil
Aceituna
(F) olive
Psychology Module 3
Eriksons 8 stages of psychosocial deve…
Psychosexual Frued
Ainsworth theory of attachment "Making…
Parenting Styles 3 styles
Trust vs mistrust... Autonomy Vs Shame and doubt... Initiative vs g…
Anal, genital, phallic Latent, Oral
Securely Attached (65% of north American Infants) Most positi…
Authoritarian- Rules, Unquestioning obedience, punishment val…
Eriksons 8 stages of psychosocial deve…
Trust vs mistrust... Autonomy Vs Shame and doubt... Initiative vs g…
Psychosexual Frued
Anal, genital, phallic Latent, Oral
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Psychology/Sociology Module 3
Autonomic Nervous System
Axon
Axon Terminals
Cell Body
The part of the muscle that controls glands and the muscles o…
The extension of a neuron, ending in branching terminal fiber…
The end of an axon or a branch of an axon, which forms a syna…
The part of a neuron (nerve cell) that contains the nucleus a…
Autonomic Nervous System
The part of the muscle that controls glands and the muscles o…
Axon
The extension of a neuron, ending in branching terminal fiber…
Exploring Psychology: Module 3
Neurons
Dendrites
Axons
Terminal Branches of Axon
Building blocks
receive information and conduct it to the cell body
Passes messages away from the cell to other neurons, muscles,…
Form junction with other cells
Neurons
Building blocks
Dendrites
receive information and conduct it to the cell body
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Psychology: Module 3.3 The Music of Sound
Audition
Pitch
Eardrum
Ossicles
The sense of hearing
The highness or lowness of a sound that corresponds to the fr…
A sheet of connective tissue separating the outer ear from th…
Three tiny bones in the middle ear (the hammer, the anvil, an…
Audition
The sense of hearing
Pitch
The highness or lowness of a sound that corresponds to the fr…
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AP Psychology Module 3
Developmental Psychology
Educational Psychology
Personality Psychology
Social Psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
the study of how psychological processes affect and can enhan…
the study of an individual's characteristic pattern of thinki…
the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and re…
Developmental Psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
Educational Psychology
the study of how psychological processes affect and can enhan…
AP Psychology FLVS Module 3 Vocab
synesthesia
sensation
transduction
just noticeable difference (difference…
disorder in which the signals from the various sensory organs…
the process that occurs when special receptors in the sense o…
process of converting outside stimuli, such as light, into ne…
the smallest difference between two stimuli that is detectabl…
synesthesia
disorder in which the signals from the various sensory organs…
sensation
the process that occurs when special receptors in the sense o…
Psychology 101 Module 3
Theory
Hypothesis
Operational Definition
Replication
an explanation using an integrated set of principles that org…
a testable prediction, often implied by a theory
a carefully worded statement of the exact procedures (operati…
repeating the essence of a research study, usually with diffe…
Theory
an explanation using an integrated set of principles that org…
Hypothesis
a testable prediction, often implied by a theory
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Psychology 1000: Module 3
theory of evolution
natural selection
adaptive variations
consciousness
all life on earth comes from one common ancestor
chance variation in one's behavior are passed down from paren…
variations that are more advantageous than others
personal awareness of ongoing mental processes, behaviors, an…
theory of evolution
all life on earth comes from one common ancestor
natural selection
chance variation in one's behavior are passed down from paren…
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Psychology Module 3
Naturalistic Observation
Survey
Population
Random Sample
A descriptive technique of observing and recording behavior i…
A descriptive technique of obtaining the self-reported attitu…
All those in a group being studied, from which samples may be…
A sample that fairly represents a population because each mem…
Naturalistic Observation
A descriptive technique of observing and recording behavior i…
Survey
A descriptive technique of obtaining the self-reported attitu…
Psychology module 3
operational definition
replication
naturalistic observation
case study
A carefully worded statement of the exact procedure used in r…
Repeating the essence of a research study to see whether the…
observing and recording behavior in naturally occurring situa…
An observation technique in which one person or a group is st…
operational definition
A carefully worded statement of the exact procedure used in r…
replication
Repeating the essence of a research study to see whether the…
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Psychology Terms Module 3
case study
confounding variable
control group
correlation
a descriptive technique in which one individual or group is s…
a factor other than the independent variable that might produ…
the group not exposed to the treatment; contrasts with the ex…
a measure of the extent to which two factors vary together, a…
case study
a descriptive technique in which one individual or group is s…
confounding variable
a factor other than the independent variable that might produ…
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Psychology Module 3 Vocab
biological psychology
neuron
dendrites
axon
scientific study of links between biological and psychologica…
nerve cell; basic building block of the nervous system
neuron's busy, branching extensions that receive messages and…
neuron extension that passes messages through its branches to…
biological psychology
scientific study of links between biological and psychologica…
neuron
nerve cell; basic building block of the nervous system
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Module 3: psychology
Theory
Hypothesis
Operational definition
Replication
Principle/idea that organizes or predicts observable outcomes
Testable prediction; usually implied by a theory
Statement that defines research variables. Who, what, how? In…
Repeatable; get similar results, multiple times
Theory
Principle/idea that organizes or predicts observable outcomes
Hypothesis
Testable prediction; usually implied by a theory
Psychology Module 3 Vocab
frequency distribution
mode
mean
median
list of scores ordered from highest to lowest
most frequent score
adding scores, then dividing by number of scores
middle score, when scores are in order
frequency distribution
list of scores ordered from highest to lowest
mode
most frequent score
Psychology Module 3
cognitive psychologist
developmental psychologist
educational psychologist
experimental psychologist
focus on perception, memory, language, judgment, decision mak…
focus on change over time (biological, mental, cognitive, soc…
focus on learning and how it is effected by physical and soci…
study psychology through experimentation, work as teachers, i…
cognitive psychologist
focus on perception, memory, language, judgment, decision mak…
developmental psychologist
focus on change over time (biological, mental, cognitive, soc…
Module 3 Psychology
Absolute Threshold
All or None principle
Amplitude
amount of stimulation necessary for a stimulus to be detected
principle that states that the strength of a response of a ne…
the physical strength of a sound wave (height of the wave)
Absolute Threshold
amount of stimulation necessary for a stimulus to be detected
All or None principle
principle that states that the strength of a response of a ne…
Psychology Module 3
Case Study
Survey
False Consensus Effect
Population
the research strategy in which one or more individuals is stu…
a technique for ascertaining the self-reported attitudes or b…
the tendency to overestimate the extent to which others share…
all the cases in a group, from which samples may be drawn for…
Case Study
the research strategy in which one or more individuals is stu…
Survey
a technique for ascertaining the self-reported attitudes or b…
Psychology Module 3 Terms
theory
hypothesis
operational definition
replication
...
...
...
...
theory
...
hypothesis
...
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Psychology- Module 3
Biological Psychology
Neuron
Dendrites
Axon
A branch of psychology concerned with the links between biolo…
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
The bushy, branching extensions of a neuron that receive mess…
The extension of a neuron, ending in branching terminal fiber…
Biological Psychology
A branch of psychology concerned with the links between biolo…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
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Psychology Module 3
Experiment
Experiment Advantages and Disadvantages
The Barnum Effect:
The Hawthorne Effect:
Manipulation and control of certain variables to see their ef…
Adv's: Researcher has control, shows cause and effect relatio…
Tendency for people to accept very general or vague character…
Particpant behavior changes due to the fact that they are bei…
Experiment
Manipulation and control of certain variables to see their ef…
Experiment Advantages and Disadvantages
Adv's: Researcher has control, shows cause and effect relatio…
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Psychology Module 3 Vocabulary
Cognitive Psychologist
Developmental Psychologists
Educational Psychologists
Experimental Psychologists
study thought processes and focus on such topics as perceptio…
conduct research on age-related behavioral changes and apply…
study the psychological processes involved in learning
investigate a variety of basic behavioral processes in humans…
Cognitive Psychologist
study thought processes and focus on such topics as perceptio…
Developmental Psychologists
conduct research on age-related behavioral changes and apply…
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Psychology: Module 3
Neurons
Neurotransmitters
Biological Psychologists
Neural Impulses/ Action Potential
Cells
Chemicals used to send a signal across the synaptic gap
Explore the associations between body, mind, and behavior
Travel from Cell Body to the Terminal branches of axon
Neurons
Cells
Neurotransmitters
Chemicals used to send a signal across the synaptic gap
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Psychology // Module 3 Vocabulary
frequency distribution
mode
mean
median
a list of scores ordered from highest to lowest
the most frequently occurring score or scores in a distribution
the mathematical average of a distribution, obtained by addin…
the middle score in a ranked distribution; half the scores ar…
frequency distribution
a list of scores ordered from highest to lowest
mode
the most frequently occurring score or scores in a distribution
Psychology: Module 3
behavior genetics
genes
environment
chromosomes
study of the relative power and limits of genetics and enviro…
biochemical units of heredity that make up the chromosomes; a…
every non-genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain the…
behavior genetics
study of the relative power and limits of genetics and enviro…
genes
biochemical units of heredity that make up the chromosomes; a…
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Psychology Module 3 Vocab
Learning
Classical conditioning
Law of Effect
Operant conditioning
Learning
a method of conditioning in which associations are made betwe…
the more closely a behavior is followed by a response, the mo…
conditioning that results from actions and the consequences o…
Learning
Learning
Classical conditioning
a method of conditioning in which associations are made betwe…
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psychology module 3
Thomas Bouchard
Molecular geneticists
memes
zygote
conducted study on identical twins that found a correlation o…
study molecular structure and function of genes
Self-replicating ideas, fashions, and innovations passed from…
Fertilized egg
Thomas Bouchard
conducted study on identical twins that found a correlation o…
Molecular geneticists
study molecular structure and function of genes
Psychology Module 3
Theory
Hypothesis
Operational Definition
Replication
An explanation using an integrated set of principles that org…
A testable prediction, often implied by a theory
Carefully worded statement of the exact procedures (operation…
Repeating the essence of a research study, usually with diffe…
Theory
An explanation using an integrated set of principles that org…
Hypothesis
A testable prediction, often implied by a theory
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Psychology Module 3
Hypothesis
Operation definition
Case study
Naturalistic Observation
Testable prediction, which result would support this theory
Avoid bias, simple terms
Examines an individual or group in depth on the hope of revea…
behavior in natural environments, watch behavior
Hypothesis
Testable prediction, which result would support this theory
Operation definition
Avoid bias, simple terms
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Psychology: Module 3
neuron
synapse
action potential
axon
the
...
...
...
neuron
the
synapse
...
31 terms
Module 3 Psychology Terms
theory
hypothesis
operational defintion
replication
-an explanation using an integrated set of principles that or…
-a testable prediction, often implied by a theory
-a statement of the procedures used to define research variab…
-repeating the essence of a research study usually with diffe…
theory
-an explanation using an integrated set of principles that or…
hypothesis
-a testable prediction, often implied by a theory
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Psychology- Module 3
Action Potential
Afferent Neurons
Alcohol
All-or-None Law
A tiny electric current that is generated when the positive s…
[Sensory Neurons] neurons that carry information from the sen…
a psychoactive drug classified as a depressant, which depress…
the fact that, once a nerve impulse starts in a small segment…
Action Potential
A tiny electric current that is generated when the positive s…
Afferent Neurons
[Sensory Neurons] neurons that carry information from the sen…
Psychology Module 3.3
central nervous system CNS
peripheral nervous system PNS
somatic nervous system
autonomic nervous system
brain and spinal cord
nerves connecting the spinal cord with the rest of the body
within the PNS and connects to the skin and muscles
within the PNS and connects the heart, stomach, and other org…
central nervous system CNS
brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system PNS
nerves connecting the spinal cord with the rest of the body
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