PSY 3332 Mid Term Review Sheet
Be aware of the recurrent issues in studying child development (nature vs.
o Continuous or discontinuous
Continuous gradually adding more of the same types of skills
that were there to begin wi
Abnormal Psychology - Dr. Ernst - Exam 2 Notes
Will be in DSM 4 most of time from here on out as DSM 4 has the best reliability
coefficient so far.
Mental issues are so common that all the helping professions deal with these issues.
o Family doctors half
*Anorexia Nervosa Diagnostic Criteria (4) Slide
Test on Wed 23rd
Test Question Bulimics tend me at or above normal weight when first seen in the clinic
Abnormal Psychology - Dr. Ernst - Exam 1 Notes
When a person becomes symptomatic and seeks out help of mental health professional
then it impossible to treat the patient without labeling them. This is just the way the
current medical- disease model is set
ASSERTIVE DISCIPLINE NOTES
Classroom behavior management is essential to in order to teach the curriculum to students
80-90% of all students are compliant in the classroom
One non-compliant student is all it takes to adversely affect the learning in a cla
Slavin chapter 6 OVERVIEW
What Is an Information-Processing Model?
The three major components of memory are the sensory register, short-term or working memory, and
long-term memory. The sensory registers are very short-term memories linked to the senses.
1. What is behavioral narration? Identify the benefits and list the guidelines for using behavior
Behavioral Narration is the use of effective positive feedback to a student.
This is beneficial because it allows you to repeat directions in a po
1. A. Lack of Respect for Teachers Authority
As the years have gone by there has been a massive loss of respect for teachers and elders
in general. This has to do a lot with how they are brought up from home. If the parents
cant/dont demand respect from t
1.Theories that describe the ways in which societies place people on a particular life path
2.Self theories empha
1.The term ageism refers to:
the veneration of the elderly.
judging people on the basis of chronological age.
the view of society held by older people.
the demographics of the population pyramid.
1.The study of death and dying is known as:
2.Which of the following statements is a way that death today is different from 100 years
Death occurs earlie
Chapter: Chapter 14: Personality in Context: Interpersonal Relations, Culture, and
Development Across the Course of Life
1. In recent years, personality psychologists have focused on personality factors in
a) laboratory settings.
Chapter: Chapter 13: Social-Cognitive Theory: Extensions, Applications, and Evaluation
1. The study of self-concept has been of much research interest
a) throughout all eras of the history of personality psychology.
b) in the recent era of
Chapter: Chapter 09: Biological Foundations of Personality
1. The case of Phineas Gage illustrates the importance of
a) the brain for specific personality characteristics.
b) the brain for the ability to walk and speak.
c) the brain for co
Chapter: Chapter 11: A Cognitive Theory of Personality: George A. Kelly's Personal Construct
Theory of Personality
1. As a scientist, Kelly viewed the person as
a) basically good.
b) basically active.
c) basically evil.
d) a "tabula rasa"
Chapter: Chapter 12: Social Cognitive Theory: Bandura and Mischel
1. Social cognitive personality theorists are critical of approaches that emphasize
a) unconscious forces.
d) all of the above.
Chapter: Chapter 10: Behaviorism and the Learning Approaches to Personality
1. Behavioral approaches to personality are critical of trait approaches for their emphasis
a) systematic investigation.
b) use of verbal report.
1. What consists of the medulla, the pons, and the cerebellum?
The hindbrain /fce-
2. The choroid plexus: forms the cerebral spinal fluid
3. What is unique about the autonomic activity of t
Brain Stimulation Therapies
Brain stimulation therapies can play a role in treating certain mental disorders. Brain stimulation
therapies involve activating or inhibiting the brain directly with electricity. The electricity can be
The ability of the brain to change its anatomy over time, within limits, is known as:
Which of the following, if any, would be more damaging to an adult brain than to the brain of an
infant or fetus?
all of those are more damaging to an infant
4.3 Research Methods Questions
1. Evoked potentials in the brain are most likely to be detected by a(n):
2. The study of relating skull anatomy (bumps and depressions) to behavior is known as:
3. Which of the following brain imaging techniq
The proper order of a reflex arc is:
sensory neuron, interneuron, motor neuron
Which of the following is NOT a factor in determining whether or not two EPSPs combine to
threshold of the presynaptic cell
Which of the following is TRUE abou
Chapter 13: The Biology of Learning and Memory
1. The UCR and the CR are always the same.
2. In operant conditioning, an individuals response leads to a reinforcer or punishment.
3. Punishment makes it less likely for a behavior t
Chapter 15: Mood Disorders and Schizophrenia
1. A study found that depressed people showed an increased response to facial expressions of fear
and a decreased response to happy expressions.
2. Depression is more common in men than women.
1. Dendrites contain the nuclei, ribosomes, mitochondria, and other structures found in most cells.
2. A small gap is usually present between neurons.
3. Neurons receive information and transmit it to other cells.
Chapter 12: Emotional Behaviors
1. Psychologists typically define emotion in terms of three components.
2. According to the James-Lange theory of emotion, we experience physiological changes first and
then label these changes as an emotion.
Biological Psychology Quiz 2 Nerve Cells and Nerve Impulses
1. In what way is a myelinated axon that has lost its myelin different from an axon that was never
-It lacks sodium gates along parts of its surface
2. The sodium-potassium pump repea
Chapter 7: The Other Sensory Systems
21. Strong pain releases both glutamate and substance P.
22. The cingulate cortex becomes more reactive in response to the emotional aspect of pain.
23. Following exposure to painful stimuli, b
Vignette Identification: 2A
Due Date: 4/28/2016
Student Name: Annadhamoni Christina Halder
Diagnosis: Dependent Personality Disorder
1. Clinging desperately to friends
2. Fear of separation
3. Ongoing need to be taken care of
4. Goes to excessive lengths