Psychology 107 Exam Review

Psychology 107 Exam Review - PSYC 107-509 Exam 1 Review...

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PSYC 107-509 Exam 1 Review INSTRUCTIONS: In order to receive full credit (5 points), you must do ALL of the following: 1. Turn in the review at the beginning of class on Tuesday, February 6. No late papers will be accepted. Reviews will not be accepted via email. 2. Write your full name on your paper. Do not put your initials or a nickname. Put the name listed on your university record. 3. Write your UIN on your paper. 4. Turn in only 1-2 pages with your answers. Do not print out the entire review and write your answers on it. If you do not follow these instructions, you will not receive full credit. Other useful information: 1. You may want to bring a copy of the review to class so you can take notes as needed. 2. Students are welcome to work on the review together. However, in order to receive credit, each student must submit individual answers. 3. The answers will only be discussed during the in-class review—they will not be posted online or emailed to students who did not attend class. 4. The review contains 82 multiple choice questions from the prologue and chapters 1-4. The items are similar—not identical—to the items that will be on the final exam. You are responsible for all content in lectures and the textbook from these chapters, even if a topic is not covered on the review. 5. Please email me ([email protected]) with any questions. 6. Remember, this review is OPTIONAL. You do not need to complete it if you do not want the extra credit points. 7. If you do not complete the review, you are still welcome to attend the in-class review on Thursday. 8. Good luck! Page 1
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Prologue Questions: 1. Smiling is to feeling as ________ is to ________. A) evolution; natural selection B) behavior; mental process C) structuralism; functionalist D) nurture; nature 2. Professor Brown believes that mental differences between men and women are a product of their differing life experiences rather than their differing genes. This belief is most consistent with the views advanced by: 3. Who suggested that the mind at birth is a blank slate upon which experience writes? 4. The first psychological laboratory was established by: 5. The method of introspection was used by Titchener to identify: A) inherited traits. B) maladaptive behaviors. C) unconscious motives. D) structures of the mind. Page 2
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