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Psychology 7
Adolescence
Puberty
Hormones
Pituitary Gland
The period of development between childhood and adulthood
The time of sexual maturation
Chemical regulators that control bodily processes such as emo…
The master gland of the body; it activates other glands and c…
Adolescence
The period of development between childhood and adulthood
Puberty
The time of sexual maturation
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(Psychology 1) #7 Development
Development
Socialization
Cognitive Development
Social Development
Defined: tries to understand the way people change and remain…
defined: adapting behaviors accepted by your culture
Development of Mental activities including thinking, knowing,…
Learn the process of Socialization
Development
Defined: tries to understand the way people change and remain…
Socialization
defined: adapting behaviors accepted by your culture
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Psychology 7
according to the text learning involves
If a sea slug on repeated occasions re…
conditioning is the process of
the first experimental studies of the…
a relatively permanent change in behavior due to experience
associative learning
learning associations
Pavlov
according to the text learning involves
a relatively permanent change in behavior due to experience
If a sea slug on repeated occasions re…
associative learning
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#7 Social Psychology (AP Psychology)
Norms
Zimbardo Prison Study
Social Loafing
Deindividuation
Implicit or explicit rules that apply to all members of group…
Conducted: Stanford students were randomly assigned roles of…
Defined: tendency to exert less effort/work when you are in a…
Defined: people feel anonymous in large groups and lose self-…
Norms
Implicit or explicit rules that apply to all members of group…
Zimbardo Prison Study
Conducted: Stanford students were randomly assigned roles of…
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Psychology 7
Three ways of learning
Observational Learning
Operant Conditioning
Classical Conditioning
Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, andnObservation…
a type of learning most associated with the work and social l…
a method of learning that occurs through rewards and punishme…
a learning process that occurs when two stimuli are repeatedl…
Three ways of learning
Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, andnObservation…
Observational Learning
a type of learning most associated with the work and social l…
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psychology 7
techniques to study brain
Non invasive techniques
EEG
Brain Imaging PET
Brain lesion: Brain tissue that has been destroyed... -Done expe…
EEG
Measure of electrical activity in brain recorded from scalp... V…
PET (positron emission tomography): Indirect measure of brain…
techniques to study brain
Brain lesion: Brain tissue that has been destroyed... -Done expe…
Non invasive techniques
EEG
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Psychology 7
Thinking (cognition)
Mental Images
Concepts
Superordinate Concept
Mental activity that goes on in the brain when a person is or…
Mental representations that stand for objects or events for o…
Ideas that represent a class or category of objects, events,…
The most general form of a type of concept such as animal or…
Thinking (cognition)
Mental activity that goes on in the brain when a person is or…
Mental Images
Mental representations that stand for objects or events for o…
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Psychology 7
Concepts
Prototype model
Reasoning
Inductive reasoning
Mental categories that are used to group objects, events, and…
Emphasizes that whether a given item reflects a certain concept
Mental activity of transforming information to reach conclusi…
Specific observations to make generalizations
Concepts
Mental categories that are used to group objects, events, and…
Prototype model
Emphasizes that whether a given item reflects a certain concept
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Social Psychology 5-7
A very strong cultural norm dictates t…
Research on the differences in men and…
Research on possible hormonal influenc…
The male-to-female arrest ratio for mu…
biology and culture interact to develop gender-role norms.
men tend to be more democratic, women autocratic.
violent male criminals have higher than normal testosterone l…
10 to 1.
A very strong cultural norm dictates t…
biology and culture interact to develop gender-role norms.
Research on the differences in men and…
men tend to be more democratic, women autocratic.
Psychology 7
Antisocial personality disorder(APD)
Causes of APD
Trepanning
Demonology( middle ages )
lack of conscience, shallow, impulsive, conflicts with societ…
History of emotional deprivation neglect and physical abuse.…
Chipping or bashing holes into patients head.... Thought it was…
study of demons and people beset by spirits. People were poss…
Antisocial personality disorder(APD)
lack of conscience, shallow, impulsive, conflicts with societ…
Causes of APD
History of emotional deprivation neglect and physical abuse.…
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Psychology 7
the memory of images, sounds, or touch…
Attention is like a
Paying ???? is focusing your awareness…
a limited capacity storage that can ma…
Sensory memeory
Filter
Attention
Short-term memory
the memory of images, sounds, or touch…
Sensory memeory
Attention is like a
Filter
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#7 Social Psychology (AP Psychology)
Norms
Zimbardo Prison Study
Social Loafing
Deindividuation
Implicit or explicit rules that apply to all members of group…
Conducted: Stanford students were randomly assigned roles of…
Defined: tendency to exert less effort/work when you are in a…
Defined: people feel anonymous in large groups and lose self-…
Norms
Implicit or explicit rules that apply to all members of group…
Zimbardo Prison Study
Conducted: Stanford students were randomly assigned roles of…
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Psychology 7
Intelligence
Memory
Encoding
Storage
The ability to use knowledge to reason, make decisions, solve…
The process of maintaining information over time
New information must change forms so it can be stored
Where our memories are stores impacts how long they are remem…
Intelligence
The ability to use knowledge to reason, make decisions, solve…
Memory
The process of maintaining information over time
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Psychology Unit 7 - Social Psychology
Social Psychology
Social Influence
Social Thinking
Attribution Theory
The study of how we think about, influence, and relate to o…
The part of social psychology that looks at how others influe…
The part of social psychology that looks at how we form our…
the tendency to explain a person's behavior because of either…
Social Psychology
The study of how we think about, influence, and relate to o…
Social Influence
The part of social psychology that looks at how others influe…
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Social Psychology 5-7
A very strong cultural norm dictates t…
Research on the differences in men and…
Research on possible hormonal influenc…
The male-to-female arrest ratio for mu…
biology and culture interact to develop gender-role norms.
men tend to be more democratic, women autocratic.
violent male criminals have higher than normal testosterone l…
10 to 1.
A very strong cultural norm dictates t…
biology and culture interact to develop gender-role norms.
Research on the differences in men and…
men tend to be more democratic, women autocratic.
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Psychology- 7
memory
encoding
storage
retrieval
The persistence of learning over time through the storage and…
The processing of information into the memory system.
The retention of encoded information over time.
The process of getting information out of memory storage.
memory
The persistence of learning over time through the storage and…
encoding
The processing of information into the memory system.
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Psychology 7
Mental Images
Concepts
Superordanate Concept
Basic Level type
Mental representaions that stand for objects or events and ha…
Ideas that represent a class or catagory of something
The most general form of a convcept
An example of a type of concept around which other similar co…
Mental Images
Mental representaions that stand for objects or events and ha…
Concepts
Ideas that represent a class or catagory of something
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Psychology 7
memory
Von Restorff Effect
Hermann Ebbinghas
recall
process by which we store, save, and recall
people remember unusual items more than common items
pioneered the scientific study of memory by observing his cap…
method for testing where information is provided with little…
memory
process by which we store, save, and recall
Von Restorff Effect
people remember unusual items more than common items
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Developmental Psychology (7-9%)
Developmental Psychologist
Nature vs. Nurture
Cross-Sectional Research
Longitudinal Research
Studies how our behaviors and thoughts change over our entire…
"Nature" refers to genetic factors involved in development an…
Developmental research that uses participants of different ag…
Developmental research that takes place over a long period of…
Developmental Psychologist
Studies how our behaviors and thoughts change over our entire…
Nature vs. Nurture
"Nature" refers to genetic factors involved in development an…
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Psychology 7
REM Sleep
Consciousness
Circadian Rhythm
Insomnia
a stage of sleep characterized by rapid eye movements, a high…
a state of awareness, including a person's feelings, sensatio…
the rhythm of activity and inactivity lasting approximately o…
the failure to get enough sleep at night in order to feel res…
REM Sleep
a stage of sleep characterized by rapid eye movements, a high…
Consciousness
a state of awareness, including a person's feelings, sensatio…
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psychology 7
affective disorders
mania
depression
manic depression
mood disorders
extreme hyper activity that the person cannot control
extreme feelings of guilt, remorse, sadness, melancholy
person alternates between mania and depression
affective disorders
mood disorders
mania
extreme hyper activity that the person cannot control
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Psychology 7
a relatively permanent change in behav…
associative learning
learning associations
Pavlov
according to the text learning involves
If a sea slug on repeated occasions receives an electric shoc…
conditioning is the process of
the first experimental studies of the associative learning we…
a relatively permanent change in behav…
according to the text learning involves
associative learning
If a sea slug on repeated occasions receives an electric shoc…
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Psychology 7
Learning
Classical Conditioning
operant conditioning
cognitive learning
Gaining new and lasting information/behaviours
learn and prepare for futures events/experiences
learning reward/punishment results
gaining knowledge even though we aren't consciously aware of it
Learning
Gaining new and lasting information/behaviours
Classical Conditioning
learn and prepare for futures events/experiences
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Chapter 7 Psychology
What are the three key processes of me…
What is encoding?
How does information get into the memo…
How can you improve your memory?
1) Encoding... 2) Storage... 3) Retrieval
Getting information into your memory!
1) Attention-Focus is the key!... 2) Level of Processing... -Struct…
1) Linking information to an interest, strength, song... 2) Use…
What are the three key processes of me…
1) Encoding... 2) Storage... 3) Retrieval
What is encoding?
Getting information into your memory!
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Psychology 7
Psychotherapy
Electric psychotherapy
psychodynamic psychotherapies
free association
An interaction between a socially sanctioned clinician and so…
A form of psychotherapy that involves... drawing on techniques f…
Therapies that explore childhood events... and encourage individ…
In free association, the client reports every thought that en…
Psychotherapy
An interaction between a socially sanctioned clinician and so…
Electric psychotherapy
A form of psychotherapy that involves... drawing on techniques f…
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Psychology - 7
Dissociative Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Conversion Disorder
Somatoform Disorder
Person experiences changes memory, identity, or conciousness…
Where traumatic events that you have done, experienced come b…
Changging emotional difficulties into the loss of a specific…
Condition where there is no physical cause
Dissociative Disorder
Person experiences changes memory, identity, or conciousness…
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Where traumatic events that you have done, experienced come b…
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Psychology 7
Consciousness
REM sleep
Circadian rhythm
Insomnia
A state of awareness, including a person's feelings, sensatio…
A stage of sleep characterized by rapid eye movement, high-le…
A biological clock!! The rhythm of activity and inactivity la…
The failure to get enough sleep at night in order to feel res…
Consciousness
A state of awareness, including a person's feelings, sensatio…
REM sleep
A stage of sleep characterized by rapid eye movement, high-le…
40 terms
Psychology 7
Learning
Associative learning
Classical conditioning
Behaviorism
A relatively permanent change in an organism's behavior due t…
Learning that certain events occur together. The events may b…
A type of learning in which one learns to link two or more st…
The view that psychology (1) should be an objective science t…
Learning
A relatively permanent change in an organism's behavior due t…
Associative learning
Learning that certain events occur together. The events may b…
Psychology 7
cerebral cortex
frontal lobes
parietal lobes
occipital lobes
the intricate fabric of interconnected neural cells covering…
portion of cerebral cortex lying just behind forehead; involv…
portion of cerebral cortex lying at the top of the head and t…
portion of the cerebral cortex lying at the back of the head;…
cerebral cortex
the intricate fabric of interconnected neural cells covering…
frontal lobes
portion of cerebral cortex lying just behind forehead; involv…
Psychology Memory 7.2
sensory memory
iconic memory
echoic memory
eidetic memory
the first stage of information storage; immediate, initial re…
a momentary sensory memory of visual stimuli; a photographic…
a momentary sensory memory of auditory stimuli; if attention…
photographic memory
sensory memory
the first stage of information storage; immediate, initial re…
iconic memory
a momentary sensory memory of visual stimuli; a photographic…
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psychology 7
learning
pavlov
stimulus generalization
stimulus discrimination
the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, st…
is best known for discovering the conditioned response ( the…
the act or process of responding to a stimulus similar to but…
the tendency to stop making a generalized response to a stimu…
learning
the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, st…
pavlov
is best known for discovering the conditioned response ( the…
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psychology 7
learning
behaviorism
classical conditioning
unconditioned response
the proces of acquiring through experience new information or…
the view that psychology 1 should be an objective science tha…
a type of learning in which one learns to link two or more st…
in classical conditioning an unlearned naturally occurring re…
learning
the proces of acquiring through experience new information or…
behaviorism
the view that psychology 1 should be an objective science tha…
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Psychology 7
The four stages of sleep in which most…
The first stage of deep sleep
The deepest stage of sleep. Stage in w…
The lightest stage of sleep similar to…
NREM
Stage 3
Stage 4
Stage 1
The four stages of sleep in which most…
NREM
The first stage of deep sleep
Stage 3
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Psychology 7
a relatively permanent change in behav…
associative learning
learning associations
Pavlov
according to the text learning involves
If a sea slug on repeated occasions receives an electric shoc…
conditioning is the process of
the first experimental studies of the associative learning we…
a relatively permanent change in behav…
according to the text learning involves
associative learning
If a sea slug on repeated occasions receives an electric shoc…
Psychology Memory 7.3
decay
repression
retrograde amnesia
anterograde amnesia
fading away of a memory over time
In psychoanalytic theory, the basic defense mechanism that ba…
loss of memory for events that occurred before the onset of a…
loss of memory for events that occur after the onset of the a…
decay
fading away of a memory over time
repression
In psychoanalytic theory, the basic defense mechanism that ba…
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Psychology #7
Memory
Encoding
Storage
Retrieval
active system that organizes and stores info
converting usable info into a usable form
holding info in a memory
taking memories out of storage
Memory
active system that organizes and stores info
Encoding
converting usable info into a usable form
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Psychology 7
consciousness
cognitive neuroscience
dual processing
blindsight
our awareness of ourselves and our environment
the interdisciplinary study of the brain activity linked with…
information is often simultaneously processed on separate con…
a condition in which a person can respond to a visual stimulu…
consciousness
our awareness of ourselves and our environment
cognitive neuroscience
the interdisciplinary study of the brain activity linked with…
Psychology Memory 7.1
memory
episodic memory
semantic memory
declarative memory
the process by which we recollect prior experiences and infor…
memory of a specific event
A network of associated facts and concepts that make up our g…
It refers to memories which can be consciously recalled such…
memory
the process by which we recollect prior experiences and infor…
episodic memory
memory of a specific event
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Chapter 7 Psychology Terms
learning
associative learning
stimulus
respondent behavior
the process of acquiring through experience new information o…
learning that certain events occur together. The events may b…
any event or situation that evokes a response
behavior that occurs as an automatic response to some stimulus
learning
the process of acquiring through experience new information o…
associative learning
learning that certain events occur together. The events may b…
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AP Psychology - Module 7
Descriptive statistics
Histogram
Mode
Mean
Numerical data used to measure and describe characteristics o…
A bar graph depicting a frequency distribution
The most frequently occurring scores in a distribution
Arithmetic average of a distribution
Descriptive statistics
Numerical data used to measure and describe characteristics o…
Histogram
A bar graph depicting a frequency distribution
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ZCCHS Psychology 7
memory
encoding
storage
retrieval
storing of information (events, general knowledge, and skills…
this is the translation of information into a form in which i…
pertaining to memory, the second stage of remembering in whic…
pertaining to memory, the third stage of remembering in which…
memory
storing of information (events, general knowledge, and skills…
encoding
this is the translation of information into a form in which i…
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psychology 7
Mr. Krohn hammer/trophy qeustion
phonemes and morphemes refer to
which example would be better explaine…
what affect does recent research indic…
functional fixedness
elements of language
you are able to remember verbatim a riddle you worked on for…
the labels we apply affect our thoughts
Mr. Krohn hammer/trophy qeustion
functional fixedness
phonemes and morphemes refer to
elements of language
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7) Developmental Psychology Unit
developmental psychology
zygote
embryo
fetus
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
the fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
the developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
the developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception t…
developmental psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
zygote
the fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
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MCAT Psychology 7- Psychological Disorders
Biomedical Approach
Bipsychoscoail appraoch
Stress
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of M…
Appraoch to disorders rallying around the reduction of sympto…
Assumes there are biological, psychological, and social compo…
The levels of stress that an individual experiences can cause…
Compilation of many known psychological disorders based on sy…
Biomedical Approach
Appraoch to disorders rallying around the reduction of sympto…
Bipsychoscoail appraoch
Assumes there are biological, psychological, and social compo…
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Psychology 7
Problem-solving
Trial and error
Algorithms
Heuristic
Is the process of cognition that occurs when a gold must be r…
The problem-solving method in which one possible solution aft…
Are very specific step-by-step procedures for solving certain…
And educated guess based on prior experiences that helps narr…
Problem-solving
Is the process of cognition that occurs when a gold must be r…
Trial and error
The problem-solving method in which one possible solution aft…
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Psychology Ch. 7
Innate
Learned:
Associationism (Aristotle)
Continuity (Associationism)
Biologically hardwired into you and will happened regardless…
Relatively permanent behavior change due to experience (examp…
Pair things together based on a few different principles (lea…
Things that are continuous are near each other in time and sp…
Innate
Biologically hardwired into you and will happened regardless…
Learned:
Relatively permanent behavior change due to experience (examp…
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psychology-chapter 7
borings operational definition of inte…
spearmens intelligence:
g factor
s factor
"intelligence is what the intelligence tests measure"
general ability factor split into 2 categories... -g factor... -s f…
general intelligence... -g influences all skills
specific cognitive skills
borings operational definition of inte…
"intelligence is what the intelligence tests measure"
spearmens intelligence:
general ability factor split into 2 categories... -g factor... -s f…
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Psychology Chapter 7: Memory
encoding
storage
retrieval
Memory
the act of processing information into memory
the retention of encoded representations over time
The act of recalling or remembering stored information when i…
The nervous system's capacity to acquire and retain skills an…
encoding
the act of processing information into memory
storage
the retention of encoded representations over time
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AP Psychology Unit 7 - Cognition
cognition
concept
prototype
algorithm
all the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing,…
a mental grouping of similar objects, events, ideas, or people.
a mental image or best example of a category.
a methodical, logical rule or procedure that guarantees solvi…
cognition
all the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing,…
concept
a mental grouping of similar objects, events, ideas, or people.
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