Final Exam Review Sheet

Final Exam Review Sheet - PSYCH 273 Spring 2007 Final Exam...

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PSYCH 273 Spring, 2007 Final Exam Review Sheet The final exam is on Friday May 11, from 12-2. Approximately ½- ¾ of this exam will be comprehensive. In addition to the material below, you are responsible for information from the rest of the semester. A good place to review is your previous 2 review sheets and your previous 2 exams. They include the basic information to focus on. Everything from those 2 exams/review sheets can possibly be on the exam. The final will be multiple choice, matching, fill-in-the-blank questions worth 120 points total. One half of these questions will be on new material (since the last exam) the other half will be on material from the entire semester. There will also be a single essay question (worth 30 points), which will be selected from the questions listed at the end of this review sheet. There are four essay questions on this review sheet. Two will appear on the final and you will choose one of these to write about. The essay question and your response are expected to be cumulative over the whole quarter. Specifics Know how risk and resiliency are examined and used with respect to the Werner Kauai study. Resilience: children seemed to be affected very little by all the traumatic circumstances going on in their lives Be able to associate the major contribution with the names of each of the individuals whose work influenced our views of attachment, parenting, risk & resiliency, and ecological systems theory including: Bowlby: idea of primary care giver as secure base allows child to explore environment. Proposed idea of attachment process between infant and caregiver that is rooted in evolution. 4 stages: pre-attachment, attachment in the making, clear cut attachment, reciprocal relationship. Noticed that if attachment figures are unavailable or unresponsive children develop negative perceptions of relationships with other people and of themselves. Child develops internal working model of attachment-mental representation of the self, attachment figures and of relationships in general. Spitz: Bonding + attachment: emphasized importance of early interactions w/ adults. Institutionalized infants--> longer stay, worse outcome. @ 6months failure to thrive, greater than 4 years, very few able to overcome problems Ainsworth: observed attachment in Uganda. 2 key things in security of attachment w/ caregiver-1) the extent to which an infant is able to use his or her primary giver as a secure base and 2) how the infant reacts to brief separations from and reunions with the caregiver. Designed test-strange situation Hoffman: discipline Erikson: looks @ 2 dimensions parental affection (Warm/Responsive vs Cold/Hostile) + control (permissive vs restrictive) then developed 4 types of parenting behaviors based on these 2 dimensions—>affectionate, unresponsive, controlling, uncontrolling
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PSYCH 273 Spring, 2007 development is driven by a series of developmental crisis related to age and biological maturation. Incorporated social factors (cultural influences+ contemporary: juvenile
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