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Exam 2 Study Guide – Textbook Only (The Study Guide for Lecture Material will be posted later) Note : Exam 2 is on Thursday, 2/17/11. Please bring a scantron #882 and a #2 pencil with a good eraser. Please be on time, and please sit as far front as possible (so that all empty chairs are in the back of the room). The exam covers chapters 4 (Personality) and 5 (Human Development) (customized) or chapters 10 and 14 (noncustomized, 1 st edition), and lecture notes since exam 1. There will be 25 multiple choice questions from each chapter and 50 true/false questions based on lecture. Chapter 5 (Human Development) Cross sectional vs. longitudinal design Cohort effects Zygote, embryo, fetus Fetal alcohol syndrome Full term vs. preterm babies – 40 vs. < 36 weeks (note: I said gestation is 38 weeks; the book says 40---go with the book on the exam) Age of viability Rooting reflex
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Unformatted text preview: Piaget Constructivist theory Names of Piagets four stages Object permanence Vygotsky and scaffolding Stranger anxiety Konrad Lorenz Harlows rhesus monkey research Strange situation and attachment types Temperament Kohlbergs three levels of morality Menarche, spermarche Midlife crisis Chapter 4 (Personality) Nomothetic vs. idiographic research Somatogenic Glove anesthesia Catharsis Pleasure principle vs. reality principle Repression, regression, rationalization Stockholm syndrome Criticisms of Freuds theory Collective unconscious and Jung Internal vs. external locus of control Rogers and Maslow Big Five Personality Traits Self esteem and individualistic vs. collectivistic cultures MMPI-2, Rorschach, Thematic Apperception Test, Draw a Person Barnum Effect REMINDER: THE STUDY GUIDE FOR LECTURE MATERIAL WILL BE POSTED SEPARATELY....
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