final xam psycc

final xam psycc - Types of tests What do they tell you? VI....

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This is the study guide for the final exam (exam 4). This outline should help organize your study time, but is not meant to cover all of the material for the exam. Remember that any material from the lecture or text is fair game for the exam. Good luck! I. Motivation and Reinforcement What initiates behaviors What determines strength of behaviors What determines persistence of behaviors II. Hunger Biological, Social, and Cultural influences How do these influences change motivation? III. Arousal and Achievement, Aggression Biological, Social, Cultural Influences IV. Sex and Gender Physical development and definitions Sexual responding Brain areas involved in sexual responding Sexual orientation Biological, cultural, social aspects V. Psychological differences between sexes Cognitive abilities, etc VI. Cultural influences on sexuality and sexual behavior Victorian England Alfred Kinsey/Masters and Johnson VII. Emotion Theories of emotion/expression V. Assessing Personality
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Unformatted text preview: Types of tests What do they tell you? VI. Theories of Personality Trait theories NON-trait theories Theorists, criticisms VII. Abnormal Behavior Criteria for determining abnormal behavior Models of Abnormal behavior VIII. Anxiety disorders Generalized anxiety disorder Panic disorder Phobias Obsessive-Compulsive disorder Causes of Anxiety disorders IX. Affective disorders Mood disorders Major depression Biopolar disorder Biological factors Psychological factors Autistic-spectrum disorders Autism Aspergers syndrome Rett syndrome Childhood disintegrative disorder Theories/factors X. Schizophrenia Definition 5 areas of disturbances classification of schizophrenia Biological theories Psychosocial theories XI. Dissociative disorders Dissociative amnesia Dissociative fugue Depersonalization disorder Dissociative identity disorder XII. Personality Disorders Antisocial personality disorder Borderline personality disorder...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course PSYC 107 taught by Professor Hull during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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