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Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 10: Development Be able to Development Phases of prenatal development The negative effects that malnutrition and disease can have during pregnancy Know the difference between cephalocaudal and proximodistal trends Know the definition and different aspects of Attachment Erikson’s developmental stages Animism Kohlberg’s theory of moral development The difference between primary and secondary sex characteristics Personality and adulthood Definition of problem solving Know the different types of problems: Problems of inducing structure Problems of arrangement Problems of transformation Barriers to effective problem solving: - Irrelevant Information - Functional Fixedness - Mental Set - Unnecessary Constraints Definition of Heuristic Field Dependence vs. Field Independence Decision Making
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Unformatted text preview: Alfred Binet and intelligence testing David Wechsler and intelligence scales Know what is meant by a “normal distribution” The role of Genetics and Environment on intelligence Adoption studies Chapter 9: Motivation and Emotions Definition of a motive Drives vs. Incentives Evolutionary theory of drives, motives Things that affect taste preferences Know the phases of the human sexual response and how to put them in the correct order Know the gender differences in sexual behavior and also how it relates to evolutionary theory Sexual orientation and the continuum of sexual orientation The Facial Feedback Hypothesis The Theories of Emotion-James-Lange-Cannon-Bard-Schacter two-factor The evolutionary theory of emotion Interaction between heredity and environment on eating and sexual behavior...
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