Review Session 4 QUESTIONS ONLY (Chapters 12 to 15) 2009-2010 EDITED

Review Session 4 QUESTIONS ONLY (Chapters 12 to 15) 2009-2010 EDITED

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~ Dr. Fazakas-DeHoog [email protected] Psychology 1000: Final Review Session
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FINAL EXAM Wednesday APRIL 21 9 a.m.- 12 noon     Exam locations On website bring student card, pencil & eraser     100 multiple-choice questions Chapter 12, 13, 14, 15, &            lecture material
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ANNOUNCEMENTS l On or about April 25, a list will be posted on the website of students losing 10% for failure to complete research component. l Please check this list. Here a zero means that you receive no penalty. If you have a 10 beside your name, please contact me asap. l FINAL EXAMS : If needing to write makeup exam: Contact both your dean’s office & your prof with documentation.
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REVIEW SESSION Chapter 12: Personality Chapter 13: Psychological Disorders Chapter 14: Psychological Treatment Chapter 15: Health, Stress, & Coping Some Practice Questions Question & Answer period
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STUDY TIPS Organize your information: CHAPTER 12 - Personality - Concepts, definitions - Main theories/Theorists - Research support? - Strengths/weaknesses of theories? - Comparison of theories? CHAPTER 13 - Psychological Disorders - Symptoms, prevalence - Causes (biological? Psychological? Social?)
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STUDY TIPS Organize your information: Chapter 14 -Psychological Treatment - Theoretical orientations to treatment - Comparison of treatments - Underlying assumptions - Specific techniques - Treatment effectiveness CHAPTER 15 – Health, Stress, & Coping Main theories/Theorists Research support? Factors related to stress and health * Use chapter outline to organize your review * Chapter review questions
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SOME … PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION     This Freudian defense mechanism involves       diverting emotions from their original source       into socially acceptable or even admired behavior      A.  displacement B.  repression C.  reaction formation 
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION      Which of the following are not included                   in the “Big Five” personality traits?        A.  Conscientiousness     B.  Ambitiousness     C.  Extroversion     D.  Neuroticism
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION      Which of the following is/are limitations of the       Trait theory of personality?                 A.  Trait theory does not adequately explain behavioral            inconsistencies.      B. Trait theory ignores environmental factors.     C.  Trait theory does not explain developmental           processes. 
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION      Which of the following concepts is/are closely             related to Albert Bandura’s personality theory?        A.  Self-efficacy     B.  Reciprocal determinism     C.  Observational learning     D.  All of the above. 
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SAMPLE EXAM QUESTION      According to Jung’s personality theory which of the        following development tasks most closely parallels        Freud’s Oral stage?
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