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PSYCH101 Final Review

PSYCH101 Final Review - Final Review Module 1 Match the...

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Final Review Module 1 Match the type of psychologist with a description of their work. a. counseling b. clinical c. psychiatric d. school e. educational f. developmental g. experimental h. human factors i. consumer j. industrial/organizational k. social l. forensic m. health n. sports 1. Helps improve performance and relationships of individuals in business and organizations____ 2. Studies the behavior of shoppers. ____ 3. Helps people with adjustment problems and relationship issues. ____ 4. Studies the behavior of people in social situations. ____ 5. A medical doctor who treats individuals with psychiatric disorders. ____ 6. Helps individual children with problems that interfere with learning. ____ 7. Works to improve learning for an entire school or school system. ____ 8. Studies development across the lifespan. ____ 9. Helps people improve performance in sports. ____ 10. Studies the relationship between psychological factors and health. ____ 11. Works with the criminal justice system. ____ 12. A Ph.D. who treats people with psychological disorders. ____ 13. Helps make technical systems more user friendly. ____ 14. Conducts research on psychological issues. Matching. Match the perspective to its description. a. psychodynamic b. humanistic c. cognitive d. behavioral e. biological f. behavior-genetics g. neuroscientific 1. Bob believes depressive thoughts and ways of thinking cause psychological disorders. ____ 2. Betty believes our genes and our environment influence our individual differences. ____ 3. Fred believes his client’s depression is caused by a chemical imbalance. ____ 4. Arnie believes that Ursula is depressed because of an obstacle that interferes with her ability to self-actualize. ____ 5. Harry believes that his patient’s anxiety disorder is caused by unconscious mental conflicts. ____ 6. Ingrid believes her client has been rewarded for the manipulative behavior that is a symptom of her personality disorder. 7. Hortense believes the body and brain work to create emotions, memories, and sensory experiences. _____ Module 3 Identify the experimental group, control group, independent variable, dependent variable and any confounding variables in the following experiment. Note whether there is a selection factor and if the experiment is blind or double blind. Dr. Piercy wants to investigate whether spending time in Walmart increases students stress level and decreases their ability to concentrate. She asks students to select a “Walmart” or a “Target” shopping
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group and gives them a list of items to buy before class one day (Dr. Piercy gives them the money, of course!). After the students do their shopping and come to class, Dr. Piercy gives them a math test and compares the results. Dr. Piercy does not know where students shopped. Modules 4-6 Know the parts of the neuron, how it fires, and the how drugs effect neurotransmitters. Know the parts of the brain, the neurotransmitters, and the divisions of the nervous system.
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