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Michael Mann PSY2012 April 12, 2008 Chapter 14 Outline II. The Disorders of the DSM - IV - TR A. Anxiety disorders: what, me worry? * anxiety disorders - disorders in which the main symptom is excessive or unrealistic anxiety and fearfulness * free-f
Michael Mann PSY2012 March 3, 2008 Chapter 9 Outline I. Approaches to Understanding Motivation * motivation- the process by which activities are started, directed, and continued so that physical or psychological needs or wants are met *extrinsic moti
Michael Mann PSY2012 February 25, 2008 Chapter 6 Outline: Memory I. Memory *memory- an active system that receives information from the senses, organized and alters it as it stores it away, and then retrieves the information from storage A. Putting i
Chapter 5 Outline
I. Definition of Learning
II. Types of Learning
A. It makes your mouth water: Classical conditioning
1. Pavlov and the salivation dogs
* stumbled upon classical conditioning
* classical conditioning - learnin
Michael Mann 2/2/2008 PYS2012 Chapter 4: Consciousness: Sleep, Dreams, Hypnosis, and Drugs I. What is consciousness? A. Definition * a person's awareness of everything that is going on around them at any given moment. * walking consciousness is where
Michael Mann PSY2012 March 3, 2008 Chapter 2 Outline: Organization of the Nervous System 1. Nervous system - an extensive network of specialized cells that carries information to and from all parts of the body 2. Central nervous system- the "central
Nutrition and Longevity Good nutrition and regular physical activity can increase life _, support good _, prevent or prolong the onset of disease, and improve the _. There are many healthy habits that can increase life span. A person's physiological
Nutrition during adolescence Choices Teens get to make choices about the foods they consume They are not longer fed, they eat They are no longer sent out to play, they choose to go They have to make choices about drinking alcoholic beverages or smoki
Chapter 16 Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence Nursing bottle tooth decay To avoid extensive tooth decay in infants, never allow infants to be put to bed with a _ in their mouths Salivary flow diminishes when an infant sleeps Decay-producing bacteria
Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence Chapter 16 Nutrition during infancy An infant's birthweight _ by 5 mos It t_by 1 year They grow quickly and their energy requirements are high (twice that of an adult, based on body weight) A newborn needs about _
Chapter 15: Pregnancy and Lactation Nutrition prior to pregnancy
Both a man's and a woman's _ may affect _. _: the capacity of a woman to produce a normal ovum periodically and of a man to produce normal sperm; the ability to reproduce. Once _ ha
Chapter 4 Carbohydrates: Sugars, Starches, and Fibers
Glucose and glycogen provide half of the energy our muscle and tissues use. The other half of the body's energy comes mostly from fats. People do not eat glucose and glycogen directly. We eat foo
Chapter 17: Adulthood and the later years STUDY GUIDE 1. There are 6 lifestyle behaviors that affect a person's longevity (influences their health and their physiological age). What are they?
2. Define the following words: a. Sarcopenia:
Study Guide Chapter 16
What is the normal weight gain of an infant in the first 5 months? 1 year?
Why do breast-fed infants need to feed more often?
What is colostrum?
What are some advantages to breastfeeding over formula-feeding