Sample Questions 1. Animal rights means that: a. animals are treated ethically by law. b. people are worth more than animals. c. animals have the same rights as people. d. people are legally bound to treat animals the same as people. 2. What are the
Altruism and Moral Development, Ch. 10
Prosocial Behavior: actions, such as sharing, helping, or comforting, which benefit other people. Altruism: a concern for the welfare of others that is expressed through such prosocial acts as sharing, cooperati
Altruism and Moral Development, Ch. 10 Prosocial Behavior: actions, such as sharing, helping, or comforting, which benefit other people. Altruism: a concern for the welfare of others that is expressed through such prosocial acts as sharing, cooperati
October 9, 2007 The Self and Social Cognition People: William James The "me" self-concept The "I" personal identity Self-esteem: whether you view yourself in positive or negative terms. Carl Rogers Need for unconditional positive regard, you need som
The Self and Social Cognition Oct. 9, 2007
me: self-concept I: personal identity Self-esteem
Carl Rogers John Bowlby
Development of Self-Concept: Do newborns have a sense of self?
Infant using proprioceptive feedb
Schedule changes: Theory of Mind today
Quiz 2 ("Who am I?") is due Thursday, Oct. 18 Class-evaluations
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Aggression theories: Cognition and authority
Aggression as a social judgment
Participation paragraph How would you define aggression?
Give an example of a time when you were aggressive. What were you thinking? What was your motivation? Why did you d
Achievement motivation: Cultural and Ethnic issues
Based on your own experience: What do you think are the factors that most motivate you to achieve?
What are some factors that intrude on your motivation?
Who was a teacher who motivated
Format of Exam 2
APA Style: As cited in
Give the secondary source in the references list; in the text, name the original work, and give a citation for the secondary source.
In Seidenberg and McClelland's study (as cited in Shaffer, 2
Differentiate the concepts of density dependent and density independent influences on population growth. Be able to explain the shape of the logistic population curve in terms of density dependent selection pressures.
Discuss the related ideas of lo
Ch. 5: Establishment of Intimate Relationships and Their Implications for Future Development
1960: John Bowlby What are emotional attachments? Attachment: a close emotional relationship between two persons, characterized by mutual affection and a des
The Human-Centered View What are the traits that supported the success of humankind as it evolved? What are the roles of those traits in modern humankind? Strategies Top Down: derive hypothesis regarding behavior from theory Ex. parental investment t
This list is meant to give you a sense of the type of questions that will be on the exam. This is by no mean an exhaustive list of what will be covered during the third midterm.
1. Parkinson's Disease is caused by: a) a depletion of dop
1. According to developmentalists who study emotions, an emotion consists of a. thoughts that accompany a feeling. b. a positive or negative feeling, psychological responses that accompany a feeling, and thoughts that accompany a feeling. c. a positi
This list is meant to give you a sense of the type of questions that will be on the exam. This is by no mean an exhaustive list of what will be covered during the second midterm. Second Midterm question samples Vision
1. The blind spot in your eye i