The scientific method is a process used to explore observations and answer
questions. It creates reliable results by carefully gathering and examining the
evidence, and seeing if all the available information can be combined to form a
logical answer. The
Running Head: Levels of Processing
Levels of Processing
Colorado State University
Levels of Processing
Take title page from module 2 assignment
-change the title
APA- Use past tense
Glenberg, Smith & Gree
EXAM IV: MIND, BRAIN, & BEHAVIORLEARNING OBJECTIVES
Applied Cognitive section
Note: This covers the reading and lectures on distracted driving and applied memory concepts
Remembering- constructive event
o Putting puzzle together but dont have all the pie
In Chapter 4 we read
about precipitation reactions, acidbase reactions, and oxidationreduction reactions.
In your book, in Figure 4.10 is an example of how
antacids are an acid-base reaction. The antacids
react with excess acid in the stomach to
Eye Witness Testimony Cont.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
The Relationship Between Memory Confidence and
- Participants often as confident
- Confidence not strongly correlated with accuracy
A response of the
Theory that first comes
response, and then
comes our experienced
Study Guide: Exam 2
Ch. 5: Early Childhood
Body & Mind
Understand healthy growth
patterns for children in this
During ages 2-6, a healthy,
well-nourished child will
add 3 inches in height and
gain about 4 pounds in
Center of gravity move
alpha waves the relatively slow brain waves of a relaxed, awake
state. (p. 94)
altruism unselfish regard for the welfare of others. (p. 712)
amnesia the loss of memory. (p. 342)
amphetamines drugs that stimulate neural activity, causing
AP Psychology Vocabulary
Empiricism - The view that knowledge originates in
experience and that science should, therefore, rely
on observation and experimentation.
Structuralism - An early school of psychology that
used introspection to explore the struct
Perspectives on Psychological D sorders
(pp 640 IS4
is no lcarut line between normal
md abnormal eham ior mi e can charactenie as abnon
inal thc Icham lOis that are hem jant, distressful, and
Introducing Therapy (pp. 685686)
Chapter I discusses the major psvchotherapies and
biomedical therapies for maladapti e behaviors. The
various psychotherapies all derive trom the personal
itv theories discussed earlier, namely, the psvchoana
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Part 1: Thinking critically with Psychological Science!
Module 1 The History and Scope of Psychology!
1. functionalists (including william james) are interested in why of behavior !
2. mary calkins is known for being denied her PH
Motion in One Dimension
On Friday, August 26, well start solving problems with numbers and equations. We will also discuss
techniques of solving problems. We expect you to follow our problem solving approach on the homework; we
Torque & Equilibrium
Over the next two weeks, we will cover three chapters in the book: Chapters 7, 8 and 9. There is a lot
of material, and many topics, in these three chapters. The good news is that we will be able to focus
Motion & Forces
On Friday, Sept. 9, we had a brief introduction to special relativity. This was mostly for culture; I want
you to see one of the more intriguing elements of physics. Dont worry too much about the details; if
Momentum & Energy
This assignment will be due in class on Friday, October 21. Please hand it in using the boxes in the rear of the
classroom. Assignments will be returned in lab the following week.
Make sure that we can trace
Motion in Two Dimensions
On Friday, Sept. 2 and Wednesday, Sept. 7 well cover the basics of motion in two dimensions. Well
start with motion on a ramp, graduate to projectile motion, then do a tiny, tiny bit on circular motio
Chapter 6: Issues and debates
1. Outline two contributions to society from the Social Approach.
One contribution from the social approach is to show ways to reduce prejudice. Social
Identity Theory suggests that prejudice
AP PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW QUESTIONS
PROLOGUE & HISTORY (2-4%)
What is the definition of psychology?
What is structuralism?
Who found structuralism?
What is functionalism?
Who founded the school of function
Motivation & Emotion Test
The Princeton Review
1.) An example of a secondary drive is
a. The satisfying of a basic need critical to ones survival
b. An attempt to get food to maintain homeostatic equilibrium related to hunger
c. An attempt to act only on
Written examination November
The end of year examination will be sat at a time and date to be set annually by the Victorian Curriculum and
There will be 15 minutes reading
This practice book contains
one actual, full-length GRE Psychology Test
Become familiar with
test structure and content
test instructions and answering procedures
Compare your practice test resu
MY SHARE APPENDICES
Simple psychology test
BK Cottle, Rikkyo University
Hi. Whats your first name? How do you spell
Whats your favorite animal?
Please use 2 adjectives to describe your favo
STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENTISTS
You have 3 hours for the real test. This is longer, to give you more practice, but does not exhaustively
sample the possible topics to be tested.
You must show work on computational problems.
Psy 300 Ch. 6 Learning King, 3rd Ed. Study Guide
Note: answers for the Fill in the blank questions can be more than one word
Types of Learning
1. _learning is the type of learning that occurs when an organism makes a
connection between two events.
2. _ is
Educational Psychology 294
Quiz II ANSWERS ARE IN BOLD
1. Behavioral theories of learning emphasize
B. nature over nurture.
C. observable behavior.
2. The principle of contiguity involves an association between