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Psych 101 Exam 2 MC Study Guide, Fall 2007 There will be 30 multiple choice questions on the exam covering Chapters 5, 6, 8, and 10. Please read the chapters and go over the PowerPoint presentations on Blackboard to review the following areas: Chapter 5 1. What is learning? 2. Aristotle’s laws of association 3. Classical conditioning – know CS, UCS, CR and UCR and how they are related. 4. What is extinction? 5. The roles of reinforcement and punishment in the Behavioral Perspective 6. Schedules of reinforcement Chapter 6 7. The standard model of memory 8. What is working memory? 9. Visuospatial sketchpad and phonological store 10. Procedural vs. Declarative memory 11. Chunking 12. Schacter’s Seven sins of memory
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Unformatted text preview: 13. Three Mnemonic devices Chapter 8 14. Psychometric instruments 15. Types of Long Term memory 16. Binet’s formula for calculating IQ 17. Validity and reliability in psychological tests 18. Purpose of the SAT/ACT 19. Gardner’s 7 multiple intelligences 20. Fluid and crystallized intelligence Chapter 10 21. What is motivation and what are its components? 22. Drive Reduction Theory (p. 323) 23. Deci’s Cognitive Evaluation Theory 24. Alderfer’s ERG theory vs. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 25. Simmons’ cricket study 26. Locke’s Goal-setting theory 27. Vroom’s Expectancy theory 28. What is Obesity? 29. Performance vs. mastery goals...
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