HOW WE BEGIN
Tab A goes into slot B so that
Sperm and ovum produced by MEIOSIS
Fused gametes create
CRACKING THE GENETIC
The Human Genome
National Human Genome
THE GENETIC CODE
Chapter Review # 2
Modules 3 & 4
1. No principle is more central to todays psychology, or to this book, than this:
Everything psychological. . .is simultaneously _.
2. At such times, a neuron fires an impulse, called the _
_ - a brief _ charge that
Chapter Review # 12
Modules 30 - 31
Name Brenda Ramirez_
1. To understand the minds dynamics during this conflict, Freud proposed three interacting
systems: the _id_, _ego_, and _superego_.
2. _Anxiety_, said Freud, is the price we pay for civilization.
Chapter Review # 5
Modules 5 - 7
1. Through _ _, your
_ awareness focuses, like a flashlight bean, on only a
very limited aspect of all that you experience.
2. And when you are asleep, as when you are awake, you process most information
_ your _ awa
Chapter Review # 3
Modules 8 & 9
1. _events turn on genes. . .
2. The genetic leash may limit the _environments influence on
personality, but _ do influence their childrens attitudes,
_, manners, _, and politics.
3. Such evidence adds to the emergin
Chapter Review # 8
Modules 20 - 21
1. To a psychologist, memory is learning that has _ over time,
information that has been _ and can be
2. We retain information better when our _ is distributed over time
(as when learning classmates' names), a p
Chapter Review # 4
Modules 10 - 13
1. There is _ to _ and yet, for
troubled children and adolescents, life is a process of _. . .
2. But some substances slip by, including _, which are
harmful agents such as viruses and drugs.
3. A half-century spen
Chapter Review # 1
Modules 1 & 2
1. . . .today we define psychology as the science of _ and
2. Behavior is anything an organism _. . . Mental processes are the
_ . . .
3. Psychologys biggest and most persistent issue has been the _ is
Chapter Review # 6
Modules 14 - 16
1. We construct perceptions drawing both on sensations coming _ to the brain and on our experience and expectations, which psychologists call
2. Much of our information processing occurs _, out of
My name is Alisia Gibson. I was born August 8, 2001. I have two brothers Zach and Manny. They
are like my best friends. They pick me up when Im down and there is never a dull moment with them
even when were fighting. My parents are married a
Bullying can affect everyonethose who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness
bullying. School is very much a social place. In fact, for many students, interacting with and
gaining the acceptance of peers are more important than classroom lear
11 April 2016
Crash Reaction Paper
My overall reaction to the movie Crash was taken aback. I was very surprised with how
horrible people could be to one another. I know that people are treated with discrimination
UNDERSTANDING LIFESPAN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
1. John Tatum
a. generated the first comprehensive theory of lifespan development.
b. was the first African-American psychologist.
c. won three gold medals at the 2009 National Senior Game
waking & altered consciousness
The State of Waking Consciousness
involves all the thoughts and feelings that occur when one
is awake and reasonably alert; its hallmark is selective
awareness of mental processe
Damage to which structure leads to an increased need for consuming
4 out of 4 points
What distinguishes a psychoanaly
Chapter 13 Theories of Personality
1. . . .Freud theorized that there is a part of the mind that remains _ at
times. . .
2. The first and most _ part of the personality, present in the infant, is
the _. . . a se
Chapter 3 Sensation and Perception
1. _ occurs when special receptors in the sense organs the eyes,
ears, nose, skin, and taste buds are _, allowing various forms of
outside stimuli to become _ signals in the
Chapter 5 Learning
1. Learning is any relatively permanent _ in behavior brought about by
experience or practice.
2. This is a normal _ - an unlearned, involuntary response that is not under
personal control or choice. .
Chapter 7 Cognition
1. In the United States, apples are a good example of a _, a concept that
closely matches the defining characteristics of the concept.
2. _ are specific, step-by-step procedures for solving cert
Chapter 4 Consciousness
1. An _ state of consciousness occurs when there is a shift in the quality or
pattern of your _ activity. . ._ while
driving is more than risky it can be _.
2. As daylight
Chapter 6 Memory
1. Numerous experiments have shown that _ about the
_ of something is a deeper level of processing and results in
_ retention of the word.
2. Memories for _ that people know how to do, li
Chapter 12 Social Psychology
1. It clearly demonstrates the power of _: changing ones
own behavior to more closely match the actions of others.
2. _ occurs when people within a group feel it is more important
Chapter 8 Development Across the Life Span
1. When an egg (also called an ovum) and sperm unite in the process of fertilization, the resulting single
cell will have a total of 46 chromosomes and is called a _.
2. Any substance s
Chapter 14 Psychological Disorders
1. _ _: any pattern of behavior
that causes people significant distress, causes them to harm others, or harms their ability to function
in daily life.
2. _ psychologis
Chapter 9 Motivation and Emotion
1. In _ motivation, a person performs an action because it leads to an
outcome that is separate from the person. . .In contrast, _ motivation
is the type of motivation in which a per
Chapter 11 Stress and Health
1. _ is the term used to describe the physical, emotional, cognitive, and
behavioral responses to events that are _ as threatening or
2. Actually, there are two kinds
Chapter 15 Psychological Therapies
1. The kind of therapy that involves application of psychological principles is called
_, whereas the kind of therapy that used medical methods
is called _.
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
THINKING, LANGUAGE, AND INTELLIGENCE
Thinking and Reasoning
What is thinking?
What processes underlie reasoning and
How do people approach and so
Pattern of enduring characteristics that produce
consistency and individuality in a given person
Theories of Personality
No one perfect theory
They all have strengths and weaknesses
Unit 3 Study Guide
Chapter 5: Learning Theory
1. Define learning (p. 112)
2. Outline the major differences between the 3 big types of conditioning/learning
Classical (p. 113)
operant/instrumental (p. 117)
observational (p. 128)