KIN167.Exam 3 review.S2010

KIN167.Exam 3 review.S2010 - Exam#3 Review Sheet KIN/PSYCH...

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Exam #3 Review Sheet KIN/PSYCH 167 Chapter 11-Imagery Define: imagery; altered state of consciousness; descriptionist; Paivio’s conceptual model of imagery; hypnosis Why are vividness and controllability important in imagery? How does imagery work according to the psychoneuromuscular theory? The symbolic learning theory? List and discuss the 8 characteristics for effectively using imagery as presented in lecture. Explain VMBR, SIT, and SMT. What are the various components of each? What is the purpose of each? Chapter 13 -Aggression Define: aggression, assertiveness, hostile aggression, instrumental aggression, catharsis theory, and bracketed morality. Describe each of the following theories, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. What has the research shown in terms of the merits of each of the theories? The instinctual theory of aggression, the frustration-aggression theory, the social learning theory, and Bredemeiers’ theory of moral reasoning.
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  • Semerjian,Tamar
  • cognitive appraisal model, hostile aggression, instrumental aggression, Chapter 11-Imagery Define, impact aggression

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