Estrogens: sex hormones, such as estradiol, secreted in greater amounts by females than by males and
contributing to female sex characteristics. In nonhuman female mammals, estrogen levels peak during
ovulation, promoting sexual receptivity.
Module 33: Sexual Motivation and the Need to Belong
The Physiology of Sex
The hormonal fuel is essential, but so are the psychological stimuli that turn on the engine, keep
it running, and shift it into high gear. Here, Myers makes an analogy between sex
PSYCHOLOGY 10: FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Module 28: Language and Thought
Describe the components of language (phonemes, morphemes, grammar)
-Phonemes: are the smallest units of sound (vowels and consonants)
-Morphemes: are the units of meaning
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Psychology 10 Introductory Psychology
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Monday/Wednesday 12:00pm 12:50pm Broad 2160E
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Modules 35, 36, 37
December 4, 2014
Research supports all theories regarding emotions.
Spinal injury patients do not feel emotions as intensely as before injury. The emotions are
connected to bodily responses.
Schachter-Singer Two-factor theory:
Module 13: Development
What is a zygote? Describe the zygote stage of prenatal development.
o Sperm and egg unite to bring genetic material together and form one organism: the zygote
(the fertilized cell).
o Prenatal Development:
o The Zygote Stage After
Module 26: Forgetting, Memory Construction, Improving Memory
What leads to forgetting?
Brain damage, encoding failure, storage decay, retrieval failure, interference, motivated forgetting
How might forgetting be adaptive?
-remember everything = not able t