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Review Page Test 1 Fall 2008 Revised

Review Page Test 1 Fall 2008 Revised - Innate biases...

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Psy 100 Fall 2008 Madigan Psychology 100 Review Test #1 Fall 2008 Multiple choice section : Includes (but not limited to) these terms and concepts. Find references to these in the text by using the index and glossary of terms and their occurrence in lecture powerpoints. Adaptations Fixed & variable schedules Proximate explanation Assortative mating Escape & avoidance R-DB-PC-CT's Altruism External validity Random sampling Aversive-appetitive Ethology Random assignment Association and contiguity Food aversions Sexual selection Backward conditioning Fitness Secondary reinforcement Blind controls Generalization Sham controls Buss’ mate selection research Inclusive fitness Spontaneous recovery Behaviorism Instincts & experience Sign stimulus Criteria for instincts Internal validity Theories of association formation Causation & correlation Independent variable Types of punishment Correlation statistic
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Unformatted text preview: Innate biases Ultimate explanation Clever Hans Mating systems Classical vs. operant Measuring correlation Controlling bias Naturalistic observation Conditioning & information Negative reinforcement Conditioned emotional response Operational definition Chaining Operant level Cognitive theories of conditioning One-trial learning Dependent variable Placebo effect Delay of reinforcement Positive reinforcement Discrimination Positive reinforcement Discriminative stimulus Primary & secondary reinforcers Self-selection Sham control procedure Non-specific influences Empirical methods Stimulus Control The blocking effect Functionism Preparedness Triver’s theory of parental investment Deprivation experiment Nepotism Classical vs operant conditioning Punishment and its problems Two-factor avoidance theory...
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