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Unformatted text preview: CEP 260 Final Exam Review Sheet **Look over the KEY IDEAS at the end of every chapter, review my POWERPOINT SLIDES, and try the PRACTICE TEST questions at the end of every chapter. Chapter 7 interpersonal communication sender receiver message channel noise nonverbal communication proxemics paralanguage effective listening individualistic versus collectivistic cultures Chapter 8 cultural views of love/marriage proximity familiarity mere exposure effect what makes someone attractive (p.242) matching hypothesis reciprocal liking/reciprocity “birds of a feather flock together” versus “opposites attract” interdependence or social exchange theory comparison level what makes a good friend (p.250) sexual orientation heterosexism intimacy passion commitment Sternberg’s triangular theory of love attachment styles why relationships end (p.258) Chapter 9 cohabitation marriage (traditional model versus current social trends) endogamy homogamy predictors of marital success (p.273) family life cycle role expectations divorce rates (p.285) effects of divorce on children (p.288) alternatives to marriage homophobia Chapter 10 gender gender stereotypes androcentrism meta‐analysis aggression gender differences social role theory hormones androgens estrogens socialization gender roles gender schemas role expectations (male and female) sexism why are gender roles changing (p.327) gender role identity gender bias in schools Chapter 13 sexual identity heterosexuals homosexuals bisexuals asexuals primary sex characteristics secondary sex characteristics body image estrogens androgens sources of sex information gender differences in sexual socialization (p.410) origins of sexual orientation homophobia motives for engaging in sex (p.416) phases of the sexual response cycle barriers to sexual communication (p.417) prevalence of early sexual experiences sex in homosexual relationships prevalence of infidelity sexually transmitted disease Chapter 14 chronic disease biopsychosocial model health psychology immune response health‐impairing behaviors (p.451) smoking, effects & prevalence drinking, effects & prevalence exercise nutrition set point theory settling‐point theory acquired immune deficiency syndrome tolerance dependence self‐destructive behavior (reasons for it) Chapter 15 medical model diagnosis etiology prognosis criteria of abnormal behavior (p.480) DSM‐IV & axes insanity epidemiology prevalence anxiety disorder generalized anxiety disorder phobic disorder panic disorder agoraphobia obsessive‐compulsive disorder (OCD) somatoform disorders somatization disorder conversion disorder hypochondriasis/hypochondria dissociative disorders dissociative amnesia dissociative fugue dissociative identity disorder mood disorders major depressive disorder bipolar disorder schizophrenic disorders delusions hallucinations eating disorders anorexia nervosa bulimia nervosa binge‐eating disorder Chapter 16 clinical psychologist counseling psychologist psychiatrist insight therapies psychoanalysis free association dream analysis interpretation resistance transference client‐centered therapy group therapy systematic desensitization aversion therapy social skills training cognitive‐behavioral treatments cognitive therapy biomedical therapies psychopharmacotherapy ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at Michigan State University.

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