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Study Guide – Exam 2 PSYC 101 Dr. Levens Franzoi Chap 4 – Development Prenatal Development – Process of neural development (4 stages) Teratogens Critical period Fetal alcohol syndrome (characteristics of children) Newborn – innate reflexes (rooting reflex and social responsiveness) Cognitive Development – Piaget’s stages of cognitive development - For each stage know how the child is developing cognitively, what the milestones are - Mean Monkey video Social Development – Attachment, Body Contact (Harlowes monkeys), Familiarity, Imprinting (Lorenz) Responsive parenting (secure vs insecure attachment) Franzoi Chap 7 – Learning Classical conditioning – CS, US, CR, UR – know basic process of how the CR becomes conditioned (think about examples, identify CS etc. for each example) - acquisition, extinction, generalization Operant conditioning – know process - punishment, positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement (think about examples of each) - shaping, - schedules of reinforcement (continuous, fixed-ratio, variable-ratio, fixed-
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Unformatted text preview: interval, variable interval) – know examples of each schedule Drugs – Franzoi Pages 224-234-Know the risk and protective factors we discussed and data for these-Know the theories for drug addiction and the limitations of each – disease, physical dependence, positive reinforcement, incentive-sensitization-connection between psychological disorder and drug use- don’t need to know specific drug using stats Franzoi Pages 150-164; 179-196 – Sensation & Perception-binocular cues for depth perception-monocular cues for depth perception-parts of the eye and functions of each-grouping principles of form perception-sequence of visual information to the brain (how does it get there?)-what is perception affected by?-rods vs. cones – know properties of each Hock Studies “Out of Sight, but not Out of Mind”, “Discovering Love”, “Knock Wood”, “See Aggression, Do Aggression”, “It’s Not About Salivating Dogs”, “What you See is What you Learned”...
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