Psych 1004-Slow Speech Enhances Younger, but Not Older, Infants Perception of Vocal
1. List some of the explanations given for why infants prefer infant-directed speech
(IDS) as compared to adult-directed speech (ADS). What
Key Terms for Chapter 16: Actively Caring
Vision vs. Goals; ABC Model
Maslows revised hierarchy
Latan & Darley Model
1.Is something wrong?
2.Am I needed?
3.Should I intervene?
4.What should I do?
Key Terms for Chapter 11: Self-Motivation
What is Self-Motivation?
How to Increase
Choice, Competence, Community
SMARTS Goal Setting
Supportive vs. Corrective Feedba
Key Terms for Chapter 17: The Courage to Actively Care
What is Courage?
The Kevin Brothers Story
A Trusting Culture
A Worthwhile Purpose
A Family Mindset
AC4P Intervention Strategies
Key Terms for Chapter 10: Motivation & Emotion (1)
Extrinsic vs. Intrinsic
Need to Achieve vs.
Thematic Apperception Test
Individualism vs. Collectivism
intrinsic consequences & flow
Key Terms for Chapter 12: Therapies (1)
Components of Therapy
therapeutic alliance: mutual respect
types of therapists:
MD vs. PhD vs. PsyD vs. EdD
insight vs. behavior therapy
probing the unconscious
dream analysis & interp
Psych 1004: The Subconscious Mind: Your Unsung Hero
1. How is the modern view of the subconscious different from Sigmund Freuds view?
Sigmund Freud developed the theory of psychoanalysis, which is now discredited. Now,
Reconstructing Memory: The Incredible Eyewitness
1. According to this article, when people try to recall an event that they have experienced, what is the actual
cognitive process involved?
When recalling an event, we are unable to
Are We Led by the Nose?
1. How was David Griffins life affected by anosmia?
David felt that he was missing out on part of his life because he was no longer able to smell
things and allow for them to bring back memories. Not only th
How to Teach Animals
1. What are the steps posed by Skinner to begin teaching an animal?
First you must choose a subject, preferably an animal. Then choose a
reinforcement to give the subject; this allows for the behavior of the s
Consciousness- awareness of mental processes such as perception,
thinking and remembering
What we are consciously aware of is a subset of all that is around us.
(Everything we might think or perceive if we attended to them.) At