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Exam 1 Review
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Exam 1 Covers: Chapter 1: Lifespan development Longevity Chapter 2: Developmental theories Operant conditioning & social learning Chapter 3: Genes & environment Genetic testing Article 1: Child maltreatment & resilience Class lecture, activities, & discussion Articles Textbook
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I'd like to know what you'd recommend so that I'm able to get as high a score as possible on the exam. I take good notes when I'm in class I do miss one or two things occasionally because the slides turn before I can get everything…I’m also reading…the textbook chapters and taking notes. Is there anything else that I may need to do to study for the test so that I’m properly prepared and have the majority of the info that is going to be tested? Emailed question from DM:
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PSY220 Exam Day Procedures See syllabus & upcoming blackboard announcement for details - SBU student ID is required to submit your exam. Bring your ID to class. - Arrive on time. 10-20 min late: -5 pts. >20 min late: no exam. - Only the exam booklet, opscan, and pencil are allowed on the desk. All other materials should be under the table. This includes all phones, computers, notes, books, keys, food, drink, etc. - Students are not allowed to enter the classroom until the tests have been placed at each seat . Once the TAs open the doors, students may enter the classroom and sit where they choose. - Alternate exam forms are used to protect your grade. See syllabus for policies on cheating and academic dishonesty. - Talking between students is not allowed in the classroom. - Your instructor, TAs, and other proctors will be present. If you have a question , you may raise your hand and we will come to you. - Class ends at 12:50pm. Exams must be submitted by this time . If an exam has not been submitted it will be scored as 0. No additional time is allotted for late arriving students.
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Format: Questions ~50 questions NO fill in the blank Multiple choice, true/false, matching ~1.5 minute/question Study, organize your notes, prepare your own studyguide so that you can manage your time & do well
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Content Key terms & definitions Read a vignette, identify, and apply ideas from class Think back to class activities and discussion Look at a figure or graph and interpret
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Focus: Human development across the lifespan What is development? p. 2: “ Systematic changes and continuities in the individual that occur between conception and death So far this semester, we’ve focused on: Scientific methods to study these changes and continuities Theories that describe these changes and continuities Genetic and environmental influences that affect development between conception and death.
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Caption: Urie Bronfenbrenner’s bioecological model of development pictures environment as a series of nested structures. The microsystem refers to relations between the developing
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