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HD2610: Exam 1 Review JEOPARDY There will be two games of jeopardy, thirty questions each. Within each game there are six categories, five questions in each category. Make sure you explain to your students that when they request a question, they have to say: e.g. Boobs or Bucks for 300. Category 1: Elaine is Pure Evil Game 1 100 – This refers to gradual changes in development rather than abrupt changes in development. What is _______? Answer: Continuity 200 – Emotion regulation is ______ What is _______? Answer: Particularistic 300 – The notion of basic emotions is an example of what kind of development? What is _______? Answer: Universal 400 – Gender roles are _____, in that they are culturally bound. What is _______? Answer: Particularistic 500 – This theorist believed that children should be controlled. What is _______? Answer: Thomas Hobbes
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Category 1: Elaine is Pure Evil Game 2 100 – Rousseau believed that children are inherently _____, and therefore human nature is _____ What is _______? Answer: Good; Good 200 – Rousseau's idea that society corrupts children and Hobbes's view that children are inherently selfish reflects which popular debate in development? What is _______? Answer: Nature vs. Nurture 300 – This person believed that children are neither good nor bad. What is _______? Answer: John Locke 400 – This term refers to the interaction of genes and environment. What is _______? Answer: Holistic Interactionism 500 – 'Behavior, environment, and person interacting' describes which concept? What is _______? Answer: Reciprocal Determinism
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Category 2: I'll show you my IV, if you show me your DV. Game 1 100 – What are the two variables necessary to be present in an experiment? What is _______? Answer: Independent and dependent 200 – This type of experiment helps us to identify “universal” patterns of development: What is _______? Answer: Cross-cultural studies 300 – This type of design combines the cross-sectional and longitudinal approaches: What is _______? Answer: Sequential 400 – A limitation of the cross-sectional design is: What is _______? Answer: The cohort effect 500 – What are the measures of self report and how do they differ? DOUBLE JEOPARDY QUESTION (they get an extra candy, and maybe some extra points if the TA wishes) What is _______? Answer: - Structured questionnaires- Everyone gets and responds to - Structured interviews- same questions for everyone, interviewer (direct) - Criticisms: not flexible-same questions - Good: responses can be compared, rich data and lots of it - Clinical method- sits with patient/subject, based on response of subject, experimenter changes the next question, everyone gets different questions - Flexible - Responses cannot be easily compared, rich and elaborate data but only on one person
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Category 2: I'll show you my IV, if you show me your DV. Game 2
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course HD 2610 taught by Professor Mikels,j. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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