Chapter one helped me get a grasp on what I will be learning this semester. I learned about social
psychology. This was my favorite term because it helped me understand more why people do the
August 3, 2016
Can Not Remember
Can you imagine not being able to remember the simplest things? Many people cannot
remember their name nor how to dress themselves. Memory is something a lot of people take for
To understand Adolf Hitlers personality, we must first take a look not only into his
childhood, but his teenage/young adult years as well. We must look inside the mind of the
monster to understand why he did the things he did. The same man that cried hyst
1. the language instinct?
3. The Great Language Debate
4. Pinkers argument
a. language development
b. language universals
c. the evolution of language
The Language Instinct
Darwin language is
B. one intelligence, or many?
C. emotional intelligence
D. brain basis?
E. intelligence testing
F. intelligence and nature-nurture thinking
What is intelligence? Intelligence is a concept, not
Review for Introductory Psychology Exam 4
What will be covered?
Chapter 8, pp. 300-315, Chapter 9
Apes Genius from NOVA series (https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFGTHtrhtfg)
1. language instinct
2. the Great Language Debate
A. comparative psychology of language
1. what is the evidence that primates have
natural language systems?
2. what is the evidence that primates can
master human language?
B. what about bird brains?
1. memory for spatial
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April 27th, 2016
Writing Assignment 4
I personally believe that the best example I could give for the psychological phenomena
of heuristics and biased thinking, would be religious belief. I have grown up in a strict
IMPROVING STRESS TOLERANCE AND MIGRAINE FREQUENCY
Improving Stress Tolerance and Migraine Frequency
Any situation that could require a person to adjust to change can lead to stress. Stress can take
its toll on both our physical and emotional well-being. T
Meagan Paul PSY249
MOCK COUNSELING INTAKE FORM
Religious Affiliation: none
NATURE VS NURTURE: MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER
Nature vs Nurture: Major Depressive Disorder
Major depressive disorder is described in the DSM-5 as a mood disorder signified by a
depressed mood from the person's baseline, or loss of interest in pleasurable a
Basic Trust Vs. Mistrust
Autonomy Vs. Shame &
The psychological conflict of infancy, which is
resolved poisitively when the balance of care is
sympathetic and loving.
The psychological conflict of toddlerhood,
Quiz #1- Child Development
25, February 2016
_ is generally regarded as the founder of the childstudy movement.
a. John Locke
b. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Around age _, IQ becomes more stable than it was at earlier ages, and it correlates well with academic
feelings of shame
children to exert greater effort.
children to strive for self-improvement.
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have no evolutionary history of promoting survival.
are all present at birth.
are not evident in nonhuman primates.
are universal in humans.
According to Erikson's psyc