What are the 3 stages of memory?
What is the difference between automatic and effortful processing?
Who is Ebbinghaus and what did he learn?
Is it easier to remember a word by what it sounds like or by what it means? What is this called?
What are mneumoni
Who is famous for his experiments with classical conditioning?
What is the basic process for classical conditioning? How important is timing?
What is the initial learning stage called? What about the forgetting stage?
What is higher
When would a therapist use psychotherapy? What about biomedical therapy?
What is the therapy technique that Freud invented?
What is free association?
What is it called when the patient tries to block anxiety-laden material, for example when they try to ch
What is the difference between a difference threshold and an absolute threshold?
If you can detect a difference in brightness between 50 candles and 52 candles, how many
more candles would you need to detect a difference in brightness from 100 candles?
What are the 3 stages of prenatal development?
What is a teratogen?
What is a schema? Billy is a young child and his family owns a cat. Billy is outside and sees a
different furry, four-legged animal and also calls it a cat. What is this process called? H
Explain the iceberg analogy of the mind.
What are the 3 components of personality according to Freud?
In broad terms, what are the psychosexual stages? What does it mean to have a fixation?
What are defense mechanisms in Freuds psychosexual theory of deve
1. What is the basic process of the scientific method?
2. What is the difference between a theory and a hypothesis?
3. Which factors can affect the results of a survey?
4. What is a case study? When are they useful? How might they not be useful?
5. What i