Pre-Laboratory Assignment 9:
Synthesis of Aspirin
1. What is the purpose of the sulfuric acid in the reaction?
2. Write the balanced chemical reaction for the synthesis of aspirin.
3. Why is acetic anhydride used in this experiment rather than some
PSY 101 General Psychology
Exam #1 Review Sheet
Chapter 1: Introduction to the Science of Psychology
1. Define psychology and describe its scope.
2. Summarize the goals of the discipline of psychology.
3. Identify influential people in the forma
LHS HONORS Chemistry - Intro to Branched Alkanes
Naming alkanes with the IUPAC rules.
Step 1. Find the longest continuous chain of carbons (it doesnt have to be straight).
(Draw a line through these carbons if its helpful.) Assign an alkane name
THE HEARTL: Part 1
VISCERAL VS. PARIETAL
MUSCLE FIBER COMPOSITION
HEART MUSCLE ORIENTATION
RIGHT AND LEFT ATRIA
Auricles = ears
These were special facilities designed to house and treat people with psychological disorders.
-When Asylums were first created they resembled dungeons/prisons. They were often
overcrowded with terrible living con
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
Endo 2nd Chance Questions
Instructions: Provide a response to the following questions and include support for your
1. Give an example of a lipid-derived hormone and explain what makes them different from the
The purpose of this lab exercise is to identify unknown carbohydrates using classic
carbohydrate chemical tests.
Answer the following questions:
1. What are carbohydrates? What are their major biological ro
EXAM 1 REVIEW
CHAPTER 18: Endocrine System
1.1 Define metabolism.
1.2 Distinguish between endocrine and exocrine.
1.3 List the endocrine glands, the hormones each gland produces, and the action of each hormone.
[Suggestion: study the lab quiz chart of org
POGIL Activity:_Atomic Structure _
Date of Activity:_
What have I learned? (List Main Points from Todays Activity)
What I learned from this activity was how to correctly identify the atomic number and mass of an
PSY 101 Exam #4 Review Guide
Define the following terms in your own words and give an example of each:
From Chapter 10:
3) Unconditional positive regard
6) Ego, Id, and Superego
7) Unconscious, Preco
PSY 205 Theories of Learning
Exam #2 Study Guide
Describe Thorndikes Law of Effect.
o Behaviors leading to a satisfying state of affairs are strengthened or stamped in,
while behaviors leading to an unsatisfying or annoying state of af
Case Study #6
Case Study- 6
1. Would Eriksons theory suggest that Bettys behavior is internally or externally
motivated? Which system of personality is most involved in personality?
I believe that Bettys behavior is externally m
Cattell Case Study 34
1. What is a subsidization chain? Explain the subsidization chain
involved if one considers Brians serving in Iraq as an attitude
(according to Cattells definition). What would be some of the
sems/sentiments that motiva
Hans Eysenck Theory Chart Concepts
Extraverts: individuals who have an outgoing and sociable approach to
Introverts: individuals who have a shy and retiring approach to life.
Neurotics: individuals who are emotionally unstable and overly reactive
George Kelly Theory Chart Concepts
Constructive Alternativism: fundamental assumption that human
beings are capable of changing their interpretations of events.
Superordinate Construct: Construct that controls many other
Case Study 9- Horney
`1. Which of Horneys neurotic trends is Samara demonstrating?
Samara is demonstrating the complaint type of neurotic trend. Samara comes
from a traditional Middle Eastern background where all she knows is that she was
meant to be some
George Kelly Case Study
1. What is the organization of Philips construct of clergy?
For Philip, being a clergy member means vows of chastity and
obedience, doing Gods will, and being responsible for the spirituality
1.Does the Freudian perspective indicate that Steves relationships with women are
internally or externally motivated? Which system of personality is most involved?
I believe that S
Differential Responding: A procedure that provides reinforcement of the absence of
problem behavior during or at specific times.
Stimulus Discrimination: Differential responding in the presence of
Raymond Cattell Theory Chart-Concepts
Dynamic Traits: Characteristics that embrace peoples motives and
Surface Traits: An observable trait that is controlled by an underlying
Source Traits: An underlying characteristic inferred fr
Gordon Allport Theory Chart-Concepts
Proprium- Term used by Allport to signify all the various aspects of the
person that make him or her unique
Self as Knower- the different aspects of the proprium are unified by the
final aspect of the proproum. The sel
Kylie Hornsby 1
Theories of Leaning- Professor Silverman
There are many pros and cons to non-human research in psychology. Animal
testing caused a lot of conversely throughout the United States. According to Glenn Beck,
an estimated 26 million animals are
Andrea Yates was born July 2 nd, 1969 in Houston, Texas.
She attended the University of Texas School of Nursing at
Houston in 1986.
In April of 1993, she married a man named Rusty Yates.
By the year 2000, Andre
Summary and Critical Criminology
Karl Marx was considered the father of the conflict theory. Karl Marx defined
that social order is maintained by domination. This basically mean thats power lays
with those with th
October 11, 2015
I believe that is important to just know the difference between a mentally
disordered sexual offender and a sexually violent predator. A mentally disordered
sexual offender was an individu
report is that
will come to
Connection to Course
the scientific study of the human mind and its