NAME: Christopher Licata
PSYC 1001 Students,
-for extra credit PRINT this page and bring your answers to class
-CHAPTERS 1 & 2
1. William James, the brother of famous novelist Henry James (Portrait of a Lady,
The Bostonians) accepted a wide range of metho
10 September 2014
Hypothesis: If college students are given an extended Thanksgiving break, then stress will be
Operational Definition: The operational definition of an extended Thanksgiving break
29 October 2014
The biggest issue with Ebola in the United States today is fear. Many people are afraid of
contracting this virus and the various symptoms associated with it, but do not consider the
probability of actua
6 October 2014
One of the deadly sins that could strongly impact a witness statement in the abduction case at
the University of Virginia could be misatribution, which is assigning a recollection or an idea to the
Evolution and natural selection
Charles Darwin (1809-1882): set forth theory of evolution
Natural Selection: Darwin's theory that favorable adaptions to
features of the environment allow some members of a species to
reproduce more successfully than other
Biology and behavior
Control system that works in cooperation with your nervous system
Intervention in the Brain
Paul Boca: studied brain's role in language, research involved an
autopsy of a man who could only speak one word
Found that left fr
REVIEW FOR ECON MIDTERM II
Basic business cost curve
Explain why the MC curve and the ATC curve touch
Short-run and Long-run ATC curves
Market vs Individual Firm graphs
Chapter 13: Monopoly
Two important things:
1. Downward sloping
Outline for Respiratory Lecture
OVERVIEW OF TISSUES
Blood vessels can stretch around the globe 2.5 times
fetal pig - same position and makeup and function of humans
Tissues of your body
regulates exchange of materi
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY FINAL EXAM STUDY
What is Social Psychology? Scientific study of social influence,
ways in which peoples thoughts, feelings and behaviors are
affected by others.
Social influence can be obvious, or subtle. Studies have shown that
Chapter 1- Introducing Psychological Science
Psychology: the scientific study of behavior.
Scientific Method: way of learning about the world through collecting observations,
proposing explanations and developing theories.
Hypothesis: testable prediction.
Chapter 1- HISTORY OF THE WORLD
1. The most important invention of the 20th century is computers. The ubiquity of this
device even prove how much our lives depend on it, how unfathomable it is for us to not
use it on a daily basis. Computer technology bas
Business: Age of Globalization
People and the Planet: Executive Summary
Population: 7 billion in 2014, 8-10 billion by 2050; 1.3 billion are the poorest and live less
than $1.25 a day.
The highest fertility rates are now seen primarily in the least develo
Why Some Countries Develop and Some Fail?
There is no one solution or one single answer.
From 1500-1700, the world believed in the philosophy of mercantilism, which meant trading
goods, export. (Gold: a symbol of wealth by then)
3 ways to get rich by then
Principles of Microeconomics Week 4
What happens when the demand curve shifts?
An increase in demand leads to a movement along the supply curve due to a
higher equilibrium price and higher equilibrium quantity.
A decrease in supply leads to a movement alo
Evolutionary trees, shared derived future definitions and how the evolutionary tree
works are important.
Understand Lamarck, A. Wallace but dates and observations are not important,
inferences are more useful.
You consume more biomass at every
PSYC 1001 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
The purpose of this addendum is to explain the mandatory research participation policy and
According to psychology department policy, students in Psychology 1001 are required to earn
So, we explained how electrical signals are generated and propagated (move) inside neurons.
We also mentioned that neurons release chemicals called neurotransmitters into the synapse.
The neurotransmitters either turn "on" (excite) or turn off
EMT Ch. 8 Pathophysiology
a. Oxygen and glucose are necessary for normal cell functon.
b. Illnesses and injuries can disturb the delivery of oxygen and glucose and removal
of waste by-products.
c. A fundamental purpose of emerg
EMT Ch. 9 Life Span Development
a. People change physically and psychosocially throughout their lifetmes.
b. EMTs must be able to incorporate knowledge of each stage into patent
assessment and management.
c. Vital signs change
EMT Ch. 10 Airway Management, Artficial Ventlaton,
a. An open airway, adequate ventlaton, and sufficient oxygenaton are necessary
to sustain life.
2. Respiraton and Respiratory System
a. Pulmonary ventlaton
EMT Ch. 7 Anatomy and Physiology Medical
a. Anatomy: refers to how the body is made
b. Physiology: refers to how the body works
c. Medical terminology allows you to communicate with other health care
EMT Ch.1 Emergency Medical Care Systems, Research,
and Public Health
1. The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System
a. A Brief History
i. EMS System permits patent care to begin at the scene of the injury or
illness and is part of patent care
EMT Ch. 2 Workplace Safety and Wellness of the EMT
1. Emotonal Aspects of Emergency Care
a. Death and Dying
i. Five Emotonal Stages experience by dying patents and their families
1. Denial (Not me)
2. Anger (Why me?)
3. Bargaining (Okay, but
EMT Ch. 5 Communicaton
a. EMTs must be able to communicate effectvely with patents, family members,
bystanders, team members, and other health care providers.
2. EMS Communicaton System
i. Base station: high power
EMT Ch. 6 Lifting and Moving Patents
1. Body Mechanics for Safe Lifting
a. Body mechanics are the safest and most efficient methods of using the body to
gain a mechanical advantage.
b. There are four principles of body mechanics.
i. Keep the
EMT Ch. 3 Medical, Legal, and Ethical Issues
a. Every EMS call involves legal and ethical decision making.
2. Scope of Practce
a. Scope of practice: The actons and care that EMTs are legally allowed to perform
by the state in w
EMT Ch. 4 Documentaton
a. Prehospital Care Report: documentaton of informaton about EMS calls
b. The record of care provided is called a patent care report (PCR).
2. Functons of the Prehospital Care Report (PCR)
a. Continuity o
1. A psychologist proposes that the brain has developed specialized circuits that aid in the perception of food
and dangers. This view reflects
a. evolutionary principles.
b. fill and thrill principles.
c. physiological principles.
d. behavioral principle
what is psychological assessment?
same test is divided into two halves
same test administered on two different occasions
parallel forms (counteract practice effects)
Slide 5: Baddeley (see p. 181)
This model proposes that we have limited mental resource in working memory. For
example, we can only work on so many visual images or auditory sounds before our
working memory crashes. Human factors engineer