What are our different long-term storage systems?
Retrograde amnesia: People lose memories for past events, facts, people and even personal
Anterograde amnesia: People lose the ability to form new memories.
A) Explicit Memory:
What is Intelligence?
The ability to use knowledge to reason, make decisions, make sense of events, solve problems,
understand complex ideas, learn quickly, and adapt to environmental challenges.
A) One general factor may underlie intelligence:
How do we learn by Operant Conditioning?
The relationship between a behavior and its consequences, and the relationship affects our
future actions is called operant conditioning.
A) Animals learn through the outcomes of their actions
How can we Taste and Smell?
A) Receptors in our taste buds detect chemical molecules :
The sense of taste is called gustation.
a. From the mouth to the brain
The taste receptors are the sensory receptors that detect the chemical
Outline - Chapter 10
How does biology make us male or female?
A) Genetics and hormones influence biological sex :
a. Biological sex
It refers to the physical factors that determine the sex of a person.
b. Sex Chromosomes
XX sex chromosomes The gen
Outline - Chapter 11
Health and Well-Being
11.1 What Affects Our Health?
A) Biology, Psychology, and Social Factors Influence Health:
a. Health Psychology
A field that integrates research on health and on psychology; it involves the
application of psychol
Chapter 4 Homework Assignment
Steve 1: What specific symptoms of a panic attack does Steve mention in this interview?
The specific symptoms Steve mentions in the interview are: knot in chest; felt like hes having a
heart attack; felt very panicky; and fel