STUDY GUIDE FOR PSY EXAM 2
(Chapters 5, 6, 7 & 9)
Learning Objectives: After reading this chapter, the student should be able to:
1. Identify the metaphors used by psychologists to describe memory.
A cognitive system that processes, encodes, and
Chapter #9: Social and Emotional Development in Early Childhood (2 - 6 years)
b. Sex Role Identity
i. Psychodynamic View (Freud)
1. differentiation - boys
2. affiliation - girls
ii. Social Learning View
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Which of the following is true with regard to habit reversal training
HRT is a form of psychological treatment in which the
individual is simultaneously exposed to a stimulus and a
condition causing di
The phenomenon in which studies that fail to establish significant benefits of an intervention, such as a
medication, are never submitted for publication is referred to as the
researcher ego error.
A person with lower levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor is most likely to be
prone to AIDS.
immune to psychological disorders.
affected by syphilis.
affected by major depressive disorder.
The traditional treatment for bipolar disorder i
Dr. Taylor feels that Veronica's manic episode is an unconscious defense that she is
using to guard against sinking into a state of gloom and despair. Based on this
information, we can say that Dr. Taylor's orientation is most likely
_ is a term that describes a state of mild manic symptoms.
Joe has a mood disorder in which he experiences alternating episodes of severe depression and mild bouts of
mania. Which of the foll
Wendy feels that she has let her children down by focusing on her career and her feelings of guilt have
begun to affect her mental health. This has caused her to avoid all interaction with her children. Her
clinician helps her to deal with her
Mary has been in a continual state of dysfunction that has kept her from feeling truly
happy or well-adjusted. However, she has never had a full-blown depressive episode.
Mary is most likely suffering from _ disorder.