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Unformatted text preview: Psychology 1305 Spring 2008 Preliminary Study Guide for Exam 3 (Ch. 10, 12, 3, 4, 15) Language Ch. 10 p. 410-417 (and lecture) Phoneme (p. 410), morpheme (p. 411), pragmatics, syntax, semantics (p. 411), pidgin, creole. Know stages of language development, i.e. the Timeline (know ages and what each term means): crying, cooing, babbling (p. 412), jargoning, holographic/household language (one word stage) (p. 413), telegraphic speech (two-word stage) (p. 413), language explosion, overregularization. Nature/nurture influences, motherese. Noam Chomsky and universal grammar and the LAD (p. 414), critical period of language development (p. 416). Chapter 15, Personality Define personality (p.595-6) What is free association (p. 597)? It is used in what approach/process? What is psychoanalysis - who is this technique associated with (p. 597)? Define ID, EGO, SUPEREGO (p. 598). Reality principle, pleasure principle, perfection principle (lecture). Know defense mechanisms (p. 599-600) be able to recognize examples of each. Know (lecture)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course PSY 1305 taught by Professor Rowatt during the Spring '07 term at Baylor.
- Spring '07