133DF07-Final.StudyGuide - Psychology 133d Social and...

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Psychology 133d: Social and Personality Development Study Guide for Final Exam Remember :  You are expected to know all of the major areas of research and theory discussed  in lecture and the textbook  and all the vocabulary related to each topic,  even if not specifically  mentioned here .  If the section wasn’t assigned reading, however, you do not need to know  information from that section.  You are not responsible for the textbook reading assignment on   television and aggression (Ch. 9, pp. 270-289, Ch. 12, pp. 386-399) . Remember to also read the  boxes on assigned pages.  Of course, the material covered in each of the questions-of-the-day  will also be on the exam.  Always be thinking of examples of each concept you learn.   Chapter 12: Media and Schools (pp. 399-417) And related lectures Describe how television and advertisements depict boys and girls (from lecture and video).  How do television viewing and advertisements affect body image? Be able to discuss specific  research discussed in lecture and shown in the video.  Describe the four primary functions of schools. Contrast how U.S. children perform in math, science, and reading with children in other  countries (particularly Asian countries). Describe several possible reasons discussed in class for the differences in academic  performance. Contrast American and Asian explanations for academic success (innate ability vs. effort).
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2008 for the course PSYCH 133 taught by Professor Gross during the Fall '07 term at UCLA.

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