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GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2013 STUDY GUIDE FINAL EXAM
Child Development Lectures Modules 13, 14, 15, & 16 From Textbook
What is developmental psychology?
-A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and social
change throughout the life span.
Learning/Cognitive Lectures Modules 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, & 26 From The Textbook
What is the difference between behaviorism and cognitive
Behaviorism is an old-school perspective on learning
o The environment determines behavior
o We dont n
Chapter 7s purpose was to describe the prosecutors case, the case the defense
wanted to present, cross-examinations of witnesses and issues involved in whether
to allow expert witnesses, the jurys decision, who imposed the penalty and which
side claimed v
In your own words, paraphrase the main point or argument of the
reading and explain how you think Smiley is attempting to rethink or
re-evaluate in some way the Great Depression.
Write down something that surprised you or was especially
interesting in th
Emphasize its limitations as a reforming, radical force. Many of its acheievments
helped to institutionalize and consolidate the existing status quo in both economic
and political spheres. Certainly, it saved capitalism, rejigged the existing socioeconomi
The first article I chose was Immigration As An Issue, published on September 5,
1928. This article includes the debate of Mr. Hoover and Governor Smiths positions
toward immigration and the principle of restriction. Both Hoover and Smith favor the
Chapter 10 was solely about the flourishing literature, art and music in America that
transpired into one of the most creative eras in the nations history. Many authors
and writers of this time were mentioned however one that intrigued me the most
Oklahoma farm family on a highway possesses two major elements that exemplify
the implications of the time period and the people in it. The first detail is found in the
shadows of the father and mother. They are equal in length if not giving a slight edge
THE SUPREME COURT AND VOTING RIGHTS ACTS
JUNE 20, 2016
The Supreme Court and Voting Rights Acts
The Voting Rights Acts section five states that no change in any voting procedures can
take effect until approved by
Final Exam Review Terms
Political Parties where are they in the Constitution?
Political participation conventional and unconventional types.
John Locke philosophy on the people and government
What is pluralism?
What is direct democracy?
What is social cap
GOV OF US CH 9
1. Who is the ultimate authority on what the constitution means?
a. The supreme court
2. The supreme court typically has
a. Appellate jurisdiction
3. The supreme court set the precedent that it has the power of judicial review
Government of the US
Definition of politics
The activities associated with the governance of a country or area.
The activities of governments concerning the political relations between
Social contract theory-definedasthestatearoseoutofthevolunt
GOV OF US
FINAL STUDY QUIZ
1. Which term means that the court can hear cases involving a broad array of
a. General jurisdiction
2. Which of the following is the correct number of electors each State receives?
a. The same number of senators and repr
GOV OF US
1. foreign and military policy is dominated by
a. the president
2. who is the most supportive of the war powers act?
3. Which of the following is a defense alliance established during the cold war?
a. North atlantic treaty org
GOVT 2305- FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (HONORS)
Class Time and Location: MWF, 11:00-11:50, OM 210
Instructor's Name: Jeff Stanglin, J.D.
Office Location: OM 208
Office Phone: 903-983-8230
Office Email: jstanglin@kilgor
American Government and Politics
Final Exam Review Guide
Directions: Answer the following questions in the space provided below.
UNIT 1: FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
1. What are the three major powers of any government?
Legislative, Executive, and