AP Psychology Chapter 9: Thinking And Intelligence Vocabulary
1. Achievement tests - tests that gauge a person's mastery and knowledge of various subjects
2. Aptitude tests - psychological tests used to assess talent for specific types of mental ability
AP Human Geography Chapter 10 Study Guide: Agriculture
Agribusiness- Commercial agriculture characterized by integration of different steps in the food-processing
industry, usually through ownership by large corporations.
Agriculture- The deliberate eff
AP Human Geography Chapter 11 Study Guide: Industry
Agglomeration- Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a single
area for collective or cooperative use of infrastructure and sharing of labor resources.
Assembly Line- Production method
Why Are Resources Being Depleted?a.
Two kinds of natural resources are important: Minerals and energy resources.A.
Power supplied by animals.(1)
Burning biomass fuels.b.
Fuel from plant ma
AP Psychology Chapter 5 Reading Guide: Variations In Consciousness
1. Discuss the nature and evolution of consciousness. Consciousness is the awareness of
internal and external stimuli; it is a personal awareness. Freud argued thatpeoples behavior
AP Human Geography
Why Are Resources Being Depleted?
a. Two kinds of natural resources are important: Minerals and energy resources.
A. Energy Resources
a. Animate power Power supplied
U.S. History Chapters 13-14: World War 2 Study Guide
Road to War
Pacifist- Opposition to all war.
Neutrality Acts- It prevented US from involvement in World War 2 at the beginning.
Appeasement- The policy of giving in to demands, which Great Britain pract
AP Human Geography Chapter 5: Language Study Guide
Cultural Identity- The identity or feeling of belonging to a group.
Toponym- A word used to name a place.
Language- A system of communication through speech.
Literary Tradition- A system of written commun
AP Human Geography
Chapter Eleven - Industry
Where Is Industry Distributed?
a. Originated in northern England and southern Scotland in the latter 18th century.
b. Diffused to Europe and North America in the 19th century.
Acid Deposition- Sulfur oxides of nitrogen oxides emitted by burning fossil feels enter
the atmosphere where they combine with oxygen and water to form sulfuric acid and
nitric acid and returns to earth surface
Acid Precipitation- Conversion of
AP Human Geography Chapter 6: Religion Study Guide
Animism- The belief that objects, such as plants and stones, or natural events, like thunderstorms
and earthquakes, have a discrete spirit and conscious life.
Autonomous Religion- A religion that does not
Vocabulary of rhetoric: English II & 12. List One.
Rhetoric the art of speaking or writing to persuade or influence people.
Qualify/Qualification: A restriction in meaning or application. Subject As premise would work
very well under a totalitarian govern
AP Psychology Chapter 9: Thinking And Intelligence Lecture Notes
mental quality consisting of the ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and use
knowledge to adapt to new situations
Spearmans Theory of Intelligence
AP Psychology Chapter 4 Reading Guide: Sensation & Perception
1. Explain how stimulus intensity is related to absolute thresholds. Sensation is the stimulation of
sense organs. Perceptions is the selection, organization, and interpretation ofsensory input
AP Psychology Chapter 12 Reading Guide: Perception
1. Define the construct of personality in terms of consistency and distinctiveness. Consistency
occurs in terms of consistent tendencies to act with a certain behavior that portrays a similarpersonality
AP Psychology Reading Guide Chapter 10: Motivation & Emotion
1. Compare drive, incentive, and evolutionary approaches to understanding motivation.
Drive theories apply a homeostatic model to motivation. They assume that organisms seek to
U.S. History Unit 2 Industrialization & Progressivism
Second Industrial Revolution
Bessemer Process- It was a new method in the 1850s for making steel faster and cheaper.
Transcontinental Railroad- On May 10th, 1869, it was the last piece of track placed
U.S. History Unit 3: Imperialism and World War 1
Imperialism- A policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other countries politically, socially, and
Political, Economic Motives- Political motives are based on a na
U.S. History Unit 4 Study Guide: The Roaring 20s
Postwar Havoc, Tension, Turmoil
Bolshevik- A red army led by Vladimir I. Lenin.
Communism- system where there was no economics classes and no private property.
First Red Scare- Farms and factories that had
AP Human Geography Unit 4 Study Guide: Culture
Acculturation- The adoption of the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture. The
modification or change of the exchange of cultural features that results when groups of
individuals from cultures come in c
AP Psychology Chapter 2 Reading Guide: The Research Enterprise In
1. Explain sciences main assumption and describe the goals of the scientific enterprise in
psychology. As scientists, psychologists assum
Section 1: Estimated Income
Profession = Mechanical Engineer
Salary = $108,000
Marital Status = Single
Children = None
Loans/Child Care Payments = Study Loans - $150/month
The Impact of Gender Expectations
on Meanings of Sex
and Sexuality: Results from a
Cognitive Interview Study
Presentation by Ashleigh Anderson
"To what extent do our participants discuss women and men as having similar or different (i.e.
Dissociative Identity Disorder
Kayla Garrison and Ashleigh Anderson
What is it?
Most of us have experienced mild dissociation, which is like
daydreaming or getting lost in the moment while working on
a project. However, dissociative identity disorder is a
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Health psychology focuses on how psychological, biological, and social factors influence
health, along with understanding how people react, cope and recover from illness
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The Impact of Gender Expectations on Meanings of Sex and Sexuality
In a cognitive interview, the following questions were addressed: To what extent do our
participants discuss women and men as having similar or
AllPsychologyCareers.com The Psychology Career Center. N.p. Web. 17 Jan 2013.
John, L. Arnett. "Clinical and Health Psychology: Future Directions." Canadian
Psychology 42.1 (2001): 38-48. ProQuest Researc
Period 4 Psych
Bill Murrays character Phil Connors exhibits all the signs of moving the details of this
day from his sensory memory to short term memory his long term.
On his first repetition of groundhog day, the