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1 Psychology 2: Principles of Psychology Study Guide Exam3: Chapters 5, 13, and 14 Exam3 will take place from 3:40 to 5:00 PM in 10 Evans on Tuesday, March 18th This study guide covers the topics that you should cover, know, and understand: Note that this next exam may be more difficult because it covers fewer topics and chapters, making it more likely that more detailed questions will appear on the exam. The current study guide is broken down into two parts: 1.) a vocabulary section and 2.) a concept section. You should know the vocabulary (you can find the terms and the page number of their definitions and sections where they are discussed at the end of each chapter). However, there may have been terms that were used in lecture that may not appear on the lists below, so you should still look over all of the lectures. When I mention a name, a study, a theory, personality assessment test, etc… I expect you to know everything about it. I may not necessarily have detailed out everything you need to know about the aforementioned items under the concept section of the study guide, so you will need to read the lecture and go over the text and make sure you really know the items. Again there will be some redundancy between the vocabulary and the concept sections. How to use the study guide: 1.) Make sure you only know the definitions for the terms listed below; 2.) Make sure you know, people, stages, experiments, etc… and 3.) Make sure you know the lectures (and use the text to supplement those topics that were presented in lecture). Vocabulary you should know. Note that there were terms presented in lecture that do not appear on these lists (and vice versa): Chapter 5: Nature, Nurture, and Human Development Accommodation Gene Recessive Androgny Habituation Schema (pl. schemata) Assimilation Heritability Selective attrition Attachment Identity achievement Sensorimotor stage Authoritarian parents Identity crisis Sequential design Authoritative parents Identity diffusion Sex chromosome Biculturalism Identity foreclosure Sex-limited gene Chromosome Identity moratorium Sex-linked (or X-linked) gene Cohort Indifferent or uninvolved parents Sex roles Conservation Interaction Stage of concrete operations Cross-sectional study Longitudinal study Stage of formal operations Dishabituation Midlife transition Strange Situation Dizygotic twins Monozygotic twins Temperament Dominant Multiplier effect Terror-management theory Egocentric Object permanence Theory of mind Equilibration Operation X chromosome Evolution Permissive parents Y chromosome Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Phenylketunuria (PKU) Zone of proximal development Fetus Preoperational stage Zygote
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2 Chapter 13: Social Psychology (Modules: 13.1, 13.2, 13.3, and 13.5) Chapter 14: Personality Actor-observer effect Fundamental attribution error Altruistic behavior Group polarization Ambivalent sexism Groupthink Attitude Implicit Association Test Attribution Inoculation effect Aversive racism Internal attribution
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 2 taught by Professor Don'tremember during the Spring '04 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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