PSYC 336 - Midterm Review Sheet_Fall 2009

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PSY 336/ WMST 336 Fall 2009 MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE I am listing the main topics and terminology for the first half of the course. I have tried to make this sheet as complete as possible, but it may be that I have left off some things that will be included on the test. The midterm will cover material from lecture, your textbook, and all of the assigned outside readings. It will consist of approximately 50 multiple choice questions. Information from the readings: Etaugh and Bridges: Chapters 1—5 Shibley-Hyde Cahill Spelke Bem Important terminology: Feminism: definitions and types Sex vs. gender Similarities vs differences perspectives gender-typing, gender-typed gender stereotypes and gender schemas Gender role strain Stereotype threat/ self-fulfilling prophecy Gender constancy and gender identity androgeny, nature vs. nurture and biological, social and interactionist (gene-environment interaction) perspectives sexism and types of sexism meta-analysis, d statistic ) effect sizes and how we interpret them gender schematic, vs. gender aschematic
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  • Fall '08
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  • Psychology, gender schemas Gender, gender aschematic gender, sociobiology Social Learning Theory Gender Schema Theory, Identity Puberty Gender, gender-typed gender stereotypes

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