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Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapter 3 Human Development
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33 Review Quiz 1. If Wilhelm Wundt asked you to report your sensations and perceptions by looking inward, you would be engaging in: a) functionalism b) Introspection, c) psychoanalysis d) observation
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44 Review Quiz 2. Which is the correct sequence of the goals of psychology?: a) describe, predict, explain, control b) describe, explain, predict, control, c) explain, describe, predict, control d) describe, predict, explain
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55 Review Quiz 3. The nervous system is divided into two major components named ____ and ____ system. a) somatic; autonomic b) central; somatic c) central; peripheral, d) sympathetic; parasympathetic
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66 Review Quiz 4. Neurons “talk” to each other chemically when ____ are released? a) neurilemmas b) neurotransmitters, c) somas d) telodendrias
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77 Review Quiz 5. A person suffers a stroke and loses the ability to recognize familiar faces. He has probably suffered damage to the: a) frontal lobe b) occipital lobe, c) right hemisphere d) left hemisphere
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88 “The Winds of Grace are Always blowing, but you Have to raise the sail.” - Ramakrishna
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A NOTE ABOUT LEARNING  99 SQ4R An active study-reading technique  based on these steps: S URVEY ~  preview; key questions; headings; figures Q UESTION ~  ask  the questions in the practice test area 1. R EAD ~  read boldface type and side bar definitions 2. R ECITE ~  read out loud key areas 3. R EFLECT ~  stop and think / create image visual 4. R EVIEW ~  after reading text skim back over sections
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A NOTE ABOUT LECTURES 1010 RELAX!   BASED ON CORE OF IDEAS:  Usually followed by examples  or explanations. “What’s the main idea now?” SIGNAL WORDS: There are three reasons why… Here comes ideas Most important is … Main idea On the contrary … Opposite idea As an example … Supports main idea Therefore … Conclusion
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1111 Assignment Opportunity
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1212 Validation Report
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Explain the nature / nurture concept Describe how inherited characteristics are passed from parent to child Explain how prenatal development may be affected by environmental influences, giving examples of both beneficial and harmful effects Describe the adaptive behaviours of neonates 1313 Learning Objectives
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Define maturation. Explain the influence of maturation on motor and emotional development Explain the importance of a secure emotional bond between parent and child Show how different parenting styles can influence development Describe the four stages of Piaget’s theory 1414 Learning Objectives
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Identify Erikson’s eight life stages. Describe the major psychosocial dilemma associated each stage Explain the most effective methods for disciplining a child. 1515
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY Psyc1000 taught by Professor Ronnyoung during the Spring '10 term at UOIT.

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