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Chapter 4 Psychology Terms
behavior genetics
environment
chromosomes
DNA
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain the…
a complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
behavior genetics
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
environment
every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
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Psychology: Chapter 4 Terms
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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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Psychophysics
sensation
perception
transduction
studies link between physical stimuli and psychological exper…
process of receptor cells located in our senses detecting, co…
process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting sensory in…
Convert stimuli into neural impulses (action potential)
Psychophysics
studies link between physical stimuli and psychological exper…
sensation
process of receptor cells located in our senses detecting, co…
Psychology terms Chapter 4
Progesterone
Estrogen
Adrenal Gland
Thyroid Gland
stimulates growth of the female reproductive organs and helps…
female sex hormone, although low levels are found in males, t…
secretes cortical steroids, which increase resistance to stre…
produces thyroxin which affects the body's metabolism- its ra…
Progesterone
stimulates growth of the female reproductive organs and helps…
Estrogen
female sex hormone, although low levels are found in males, t…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Transduction
Sensory adaption
Sensory habituation
Cocktail-party phenomenon
signals are transformed into neural impulses
decreasing responsiveness to stimuli due to constant stimulat…
our perception of sensations partially due to how focused we…
when your attention is redirected because someone explicitly…
Transduction
signals are transformed into neural impulses
Sensory adaption
decreasing responsiveness to stimuli due to constant stimulat…
BJU Biology Terms Chapter 4
Autotrophs
Heterotrophs
Adenosine Triphosphate - ATP
Adenosine Diphosphate - ADP
Organisms that make their own food. Includes plants, algae, a…
Organisms that depend on other organisms for their energy sou…
Represents stored energy. Bonds are highly unstable. Easily c…
Represents released energy. Easily converted back to ATP. Two…
Autotrophs
Organisms that make their own food. Includes plants, algae, a…
Heterotrophs
Organisms that depend on other organisms for their energy sou…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Initiation Rites
Asynchrony
Rationalization
Identity Crisis
ceremonies or rituals in which an individual is admitted to n…
the condition during adolescence in which the growth or matur…
a process whereby an individual seeks to explain an often unp…
a period of inner conflict during which adolescents worry int…
Initiation Rites
ceremonies or rituals in which an individual is admitted to n…
Asynchrony
the condition during adolescence in which the growth or matur…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Behavior Genetics
Environment
Chromosomes
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain the…
a complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
Behavior Genetics
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
Environment
every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
Psychology Chapter 4 Key Terms
Sensation
Perception
Absolute Threshold
Difference Threshold
Refers to the process of sensing our environment through touc…
The process of recognizing and interpreting sensory stimuli.
The smallest level of energy required by an external stimulus…
The minimum amount that something needs to change in order fo…
Sensation
Refers to the process of sensing our environment through touc…
Perception
The process of recognizing and interpreting sensory stimuli.
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Biology Chapter 4 terms
organelles
mitochondria
rough endoplasmic reticulum ( rough ER)
smooth endoplasmic reticulum ( Smooth…
A structure within a cell with a specific function
produces energy through cellular respiration
transport and storage ... is involved in some protein production…
is associated with the production and metabolism of lipids
organelles
A structure within a cell with a specific function
mitochondria
produces energy through cellular respiration
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Biology Terms Chapter 4
Climate
Microclimate
Greenhouse effect
Habitat
The average year to year conditions of temp. and precipitatio…
Environmental conditions within a small area that differ from…
A process when certain gasses traps the sun's warmth inside t…
An area where an organism lives including the factors that ef…
Climate
The average year to year conditions of temp. and precipitatio…
Microclimate
Environmental conditions within a small area that differ from…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Habituation
Maturation
Critical period
Jean Piaget
Decreasing responsiveness with repeated stimulation. As infan…
Biological growth processes that enable orderly changes in be…
An optimal period early in the life of an organism when expos…
Was a pioneering developmental psychologist who spent his lif…
Habituation
Decreasing responsiveness with repeated stimulation. As infan…
Maturation
Biological growth processes that enable orderly changes in be…
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Psychology Terms Chapter 4
sensation
perception
transduction
receptors
an experience through our senses; neurons in a receptor creat…
the way we interpret our senses; a process that makes sensory…
converts physical energy into a neural message; happens in a…
neurons that transduce (convert) a stimulus into a nerve impu…
sensation
an experience through our senses; neurons in a receptor creat…
perception
the way we interpret our senses; a process that makes sensory…
Psychology chapter 4 terms
heredity
environment
chromosomes
genes
all the characteristics transmitted to children from parents…
all the surrounding forces that affect your life
tiny, rod-shaped bodies in almost all cells; they contain gen…
smaller units of chromosomes, they transmit inherited traits…
heredity
all the characteristics transmitted to children from parents…
environment
all the surrounding forces that affect your life
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Chapter 4 Biology Terms
Biome
Niche
Predation
Herbivory
A group of ecosystems that share similar climates and typical…
The status of an organism within its environment and communit…
An interaction in which one organism captures and feeds on an…
An interaction in which an herbivore eats parts of a plant or…
Biome
A group of ecosystems that share similar climates and typical…
Niche
The status of an organism within its environment and communit…
psychology terms chapter 4
temperament
identical twins come from what egg?
fraternal twins come from what egg?
molecular genetics
a persons characteristic emotional reactivity and intensity
monozygotic
dizygotic
the subfield of biology that studies the molecular structure…
temperament
a persons characteristic emotional reactivity and intensity
identical twins come from what egg?
monozygotic
Psychology chapter 4 terms
alpha wave
biological rhythm
cataplexy
central sleep apnea
type of relatively low frequency, relatively high amplitude b…
internal cycle of biological activity
lack of muscle tone or muscle weakness, and in some cases com…
sleep disorder with periods of interrupted breathing due to a…
alpha wave
type of relatively low frequency, relatively high amplitude b…
biological rhythm
internal cycle of biological activity
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Psychology - Chapter 4 Terms
Sensation
Perception
Transduction
Psychophysics
simple stimulation of a sense organ
The organization, identification, and interpretation of a sen…
What takes place when sensors in the body convert physical si…
Methods that measure the stength of a stimulus and the observ…
Sensation
simple stimulation of a sense organ
Perception
The organization, identification, and interpretation of a sen…
Chapter 4 Biology Terms
AUTOTROPH
HETEROTROPH
ATP(ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE)
ADP(ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE)
Organism that is able to make its own food.
An organism that depends upon other organisms for food
A compound that serves as a temporary energy storage molecule…
The Molecule that is produced when ATP is split to yield ener…
AUTOTROPH
Organism that is able to make its own food.
HETEROTROPH
An organism that depends upon other organisms for food
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AP Biology Chapter 4 Terms
Archaean
Actin filament
basal body
cell
Prokaryotic organisms that are members of the domain Archea.
Component of the cytoskeleton; plays a role in the movement o…
Organelle that develops from a centriole.
smallest unit that displays the properties of life; composed…
Archaean
Prokaryotic organisms that are members of the domain Archea.
Actin filament
Component of the cytoskeleton; plays a role in the movement o…
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Psychology Chapter 4 terms
Behavior genetics
Envirement
DNA
Chromosomes
The study of the relative power and limits of genetic and ent…
Every no genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the pe…
(Deoxyribonucleic acid) a complex molecule containing the gen…
Threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain the…
Behavior genetics
The study of the relative power and limits of genetic and ent…
Envirement
Every no genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the pe…
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Psychology: Chapter 4 Terms
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Spinal Chord
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Brainstem
The brain and spinal chord
Long cylinder of neural tissue extending from the medulla of…
The nerves exiting the CNS that carry sensory and motor infor…
The part of the brain containing the mid-brain, pons, and med…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
The brain and spinal chord
Spinal Chord
Long cylinder of neural tissue extending from the medulla of…
Chapter 4 Psychology terms
evolutionary psychology
sleep rebound
alpha wave
delta wave
discipline that studies how universal patterns of behavior an…
.sleep-deprived individuals will experience shorter sleep lat…
type of relatively low frequency, relatively high amplitude b…
type of relatively low frequency, relatively high amplitude b…
evolutionary psychology
discipline that studies how universal patterns of behavior an…
sleep rebound
.sleep-deprived individuals will experience shorter sleep lat…
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Psychology Terms (Chapter 4)
Lens
nearsightedness
farsightedness
Light
transparent eye structure that focuses the light rays falling…
close objects are seen clearly but objects that are distant a…
distant objects are seen clearly, but objects up close are not
form of electromagnetic radiation
Lens
transparent eye structure that focuses the light rays falling…
nearsightedness
close objects are seen clearly but objects that are distant a…
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Psychology: Chapter 4 Terms
Absolute Threshold
Accommodation
Adaptation
Additive color mixing
The minimum detectable stimulus for specific types of sensory…
Changing existing mental structures to explain new experiences
An inherited characteristic that increased in a population be…
Works by putting more light in the mixture than any one light
Absolute Threshold
The minimum detectable stimulus for specific types of sensory…
Accommodation
Changing existing mental structures to explain new experiences
Biology Chapter 4 Terms
carrying capacity
dispersion
density-independent factor
density-dependent factor
the population that an environment can sustain
the way individuals of a population are arranged in space
factors such as weather, forest fires, and floods that reduce…
limited resources that become depleted as populations grow be…
carrying capacity
the population that an environment can sustain
dispersion
the way individuals of a population are arranged in space
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Psychophysics
sensation
perception
transduction
studies link between physical stimuli and psychological exper…
process of receptor cells located in our senses detecting, co…
process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting sensory in…
Convert stimuli into neural impulses (action potential)
Psychophysics
studies link between physical stimuli and psychological exper…
sensation
process of receptor cells located in our senses detecting, co…
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Chapter 4 Biology Terms
Passive transport
Concentration gradient
Equilibrium
Diffusion
Movement across the cell membrane that does not require energ…
A difference in the concentration of a substance, such as the…
A condition in which the concentration of a substance is equa…
The movement of a substance from an area of high concentratio…
Passive transport
Movement across the cell membrane that does not require energ…
Concentration gradient
A difference in the concentration of a substance, such as the…
Chapter 4 Terms Psychology
Behavior Genetics
Heredity
Environment
DNA
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
the passing on of physical or mental characteristics genetica…
every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
a complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
Behavior Genetics
the study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
Heredity
the passing on of physical or mental characteristics genetica…
Chapter 4 Biology Terms
Metabolism
Diffusion
Osmosis
Active Transport
A set of chemical reactions through which an organism builds…
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
The movement of materials through a cell membrane using energy.
Metabolism
A set of chemical reactions through which an organism builds…
Diffusion
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Chapter 4 Biology Terms
AUTOTROPH
HETEROTROPH
ATP(ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE)
ADP(ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE)
Organism that is able to make its own food.
An organism that depends upon other organisms for food
A compound that serves as a temporary energy storage molecule…
The Molecule that is produced when ATP is split to yield ener…
AUTOTROPH
Organism that is able to make its own food.
HETEROTROPH
An organism that depends upon other organisms for food
Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Consciousness
Case of visual neglect
Global workspace model
Wheeler et al FMRI
one's subjective experience of the world, resulting from brai…
due to damage in the parietal lobe, people lack attention to…
the theory that all regions of the brain play a role in consc…
conclusion was different regions of the brain get activated f…
Consciousness
one's subjective experience of the world, resulting from brai…
Case of visual neglect
due to damage in the parietal lobe, people lack attention to…
Chapter 4 Psychology Terms
Activation-synthesis hypothesis
Altered state
Circadian rhythm
Consciousness
a theory suggesting that dreams are caused by physiological p…
any state of mind differing from the normal state of consciou…
physiological changes that repeat at about 24-hour intervals.
an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself a…
Activation-synthesis hypothesis
a theory suggesting that dreams are caused by physiological p…
Altered state
any state of mind differing from the normal state of consciou…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
initiation rites
puberty
menarche
spermarche
ceremonies or rituals in which an individual is admitted to n…
sexual maturation; the end of childhood and the point when re…
the first menstrual period
period in which males achieve first ejaculation
initiation rites
ceremonies or rituals in which an individual is admitted to n…
puberty
sexual maturation; the end of childhood and the point when re…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Classical conditioning
reflex
unconditioned stimulus (UCS)
unconditioned response (UCR)
Conditioning process in which an originally neutral stimulus,…
An involuntary and almost immediate movement in response to a…
A stimulus that evokes an unconditioned response without prev…
In classical conditioning, the unlearned, naturally occurring…
Classical conditioning
Conditioning process in which an originally neutral stimulus,…
reflex
An involuntary and almost immediate movement in response to a…
Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Consciousness
Microsleep
Circadian rhythm
Suprachiasmatic Nucleus
feelings, thoughts, and aroused states of which we are aware
a brief episode of sleep that occurs in the midst of a wakefu…
changes in bodily processes that occur repeatedly on approxim…
a group of brain cells located in the hypothalamus that signa…
Consciousness
feelings, thoughts, and aroused states of which we are aware
Microsleep
a brief episode of sleep that occurs in the midst of a wakefu…
Psychology chapter 4 terms
Schemes
Assimilation
Accommodation
Equalibration
According to Piaget, mental structures that organize informat…
According to Piaget, taking in information that is compatible…
According to Piaget, changing existing knowledge based on new…
According to Piaget, The process by which one this equilibriu…
Schemes
According to Piaget, mental structures that organize informat…
Assimilation
According to Piaget, taking in information that is compatible…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Behavior Genetics
Enviorment
Chromosomes
DNA
The study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
Every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
Thread-like structures made up of DNA molecules that contain…
(Deoxyribonucleic Acid) A complex molecule containing the gen…
Behavior Genetics
The study of the relative power and limits of genetic and env…
Enviorment
Every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
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Psychology Chapter 4 terms
Absolute threshold
Accommodation of the lens
Binocular cues
Binocular rivalry
The sensory threshold at a time of maximum sensitivity
Adjustment of the thickness of the lens to focus on objects a…
Visual cues that depend on the action of both eyes
Alternation between seeing the pattern in the left retina and…
Absolute threshold
The sensory threshold at a time of maximum sensitivity
Accommodation of the lens
Adjustment of the thickness of the lens to focus on objects a…
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Chapter 4 Psychology Terms
Sensation
Perception
Absolute Threshold
Difference Threshold
The stimulation of sensory receptors and the transmission of…
The process of organizing and interpreting sensory information.
The smallest amount of a particular stimulus that can be dete…
The minimum difference that an individual can detect between…
Sensation
The stimulation of sensory receptors and the transmission of…
Perception
The process of organizing and interpreting sensory information.
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Luterbach AP Psychology Chapter 4
Sensation
Bottom-Up Processing
Perception
Top-Down Processing
Detecting physical energy from the environment and encoding i…
Analysis that begins with the sensory receptors and works up…
Selecting, organizing, and interpreting what comes in your wi…
Guided by higher level mental processes, such as experience,…
Sensation
Detecting physical energy from the environment and encoding i…
Bottom-Up Processing
Analysis that begins with the sensory receptors and works up…
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Chapter 4 Biology Terms
Biome
Niche
Predation
Herbivory
A group of ecosystems that share similar climates and typical…
The status of an organism within its environment and communit…
An interaction in which one organism captures and feeds on an…
An interaction in which an herbivore eats parts of a plant or…
Biome
A group of ecosystems that share similar climates and typical…
Niche
The status of an organism within its environment and communit…
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Practical Biology - Chapter 4 Terms
ATP
Diffusion
Semipermeable
Osmosis
A form of chemical energy that can be used by a cell to carry…
The movement of a substance from an area that is crowded to a…
Having tiny pores or holes so that only certain molecules can…
The movement of water through a cell membrane
ATP
A form of chemical energy that can be used by a cell to carry…
Diffusion
The movement of a substance from an area that is crowded to a…
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Psychology Chapter 4 Terms
Accommodation of the Lens
Blind Spot
Color Constancy
Cone
Adjustment of the thickness of the lens to focus on objects a…
Retinal area where the optic nerve exits
Tendency of an object to appear nearly the same color under a…
Visual receptors adapted for color vision, daytime vision, an…
Accommodation of the Lens
Adjustment of the thickness of the lens to focus on objects a…
Blind Spot
Retinal area where the optic nerve exits
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Biology: Chapter 4 Terms
Matter
Element
Trace Elements
Compound
Anything that occupies space and has mass
Pure substance that can't be broken down into other substance…
Elements that make up less than 0.01% of your body mass
Substance containing 2 or more elements that are chemically c…
Matter
Anything that occupies space and has mass
Element
Pure substance that can't be broken down into other substance…
Chapter 4 Psychology Terms
Environment
Chromosomes
DNA
Genes
The setting that people develop in that influences their beha…
A building block of human genetics; each person has 23 pairs…
The genetic data that makes each person unique and is located…
Traits passed down from parents that determine the features o…
Environment
The setting that people develop in that influences their beha…
Chromosomes
A building block of human genetics; each person has 23 pairs…
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BJU Biology Terms Chapter 4
Autotrophs
Heterotrophs
Adenosine Triphosphate - ATP
Adenosine Diphosphate - ADP
Organisms that make their own food. Includes plants, algae, a…
Organisms that depend on other organisms for their energy sou…
Represents stored energy. Bonds are highly unstable. Easily c…
Represents released energy. Easily converted back to ATP. Two…
Autotrophs
Organisms that make their own food. Includes plants, algae, a…
Heterotrophs
Organisms that depend on other organisms for their energy sou…
Chapter 4 Biology Key Terms
Hydrocarbons
Cis-trans isomers
Isomer
Structural Isomers
Organic molecules consisting of only carbon and hydrogen
One of several compounds that have the same molecular formula…
One of several compounds with the same molecular formula but…
One of several compounds that have the same molecular formula…
Hydrocarbons
Organic molecules consisting of only carbon and hydrogen
Cis-trans isomers
One of several compounds that have the same molecular formula…
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Biology 1 Chapter 4 Terms
exponential growth
carrying capacity
life-history pattern
density dependent factors
As a population gets larger, it also grows at a faster rate.
The number of organisms of one species that an environment ca…
An organisms reproductive pattern.
Factors such as disease, competition, predators, parasites, a…
exponential growth
As a population gets larger, it also grows at a faster rate.
carrying capacity
The number of organisms of one species that an environment ca…
Psychology Terms Chapter 4
Selective Mutism
Specific Phobia
Animal phobia
Natural Environment Phobias
Typically chilren with this speak in their home with their im…
Marked fear or anxiety about a specific object or situation t…
Fear of animal or insects p. 128
Fears of objects or situations that are part of the environme…
Selective Mutism
Typically chilren with this speak in their home with their im…
Specific Phobia
Marked fear or anxiety about a specific object or situation t…
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