Study guide 3 - Emotions and the Autonomic Nervous...

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PSY 301: Introduction to Psychology Dr. Hawkins EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE Chapter 9: Concepts (289-290) Solving Problems (290-291) The Effects of Framing (295) When Do We Learn Intelligence? (299-300) Explaining Language Development (301-303) Language Influences Thinking (303-304) Intelligence and Creativity (312-313) Assessing Intelligence (315-317) Extremes of Intelligence (318) The Question of Bias (329) Chapter 10: Instincts and Evolutionary Psychology (336) Drives and Incentives (336-337) Optimum Arousal (337) Taste Preference (341-344) The Physiology of Obesity (346-348) Hormones and Sexual Behaviours (352-353) The Psychology of Sex (353-354) Chapter 11: Theories of Emotion (371-373)
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Unformatted text preview: Emotions and the Autonomic Nervous System (373-374) Detecting Emotion (380-381) Happiness (388-389) The Stress Response System (397-398) Stress and the Heart (400-401) Stress and Cancer (404-405) Pets Are Friends, Too (409) Aerobic Exercise (410-411) Chapter 12: Exploring the Unconscious (422-423) The Psychoanalytic Perspective (425) Defence Mechanisms (426) The Neo-Freudian and Psychology (426-427) Evaluating the Psychoanalytic (428-429) The Big Five Factors (438-439) Internal versus External Locus (445) Optimism versus Pessimism (447-448) *Plus additional questions from both the lecture power-points and from the videos...
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