AP Psychology Final Review Part One
Classical conditioning (Pavlov): Method of learning where an conditioned stimulus used to
stimulate an unconditional response. Pavlov demostrated this with his bell and dog experiment.
Spontaneous recover: Re-eme
Ap Psychology Final Review Part 6
Maslow's hierarchy of needs:
These include the most basic needs that are vital to survival, such as the need for water, air,
food, and sleep.
These include needs for safety and s
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Chapter 1-2 study guide
1. Identify at least 5 early contributors to the field of psychology and describe how they helped
to shape or contribute to the discipline.
Jean Piaget (1896-1980) - Piaget is kn
Ap Psychology Final Review Part 8
Teratogens: Anything that can disrupt the development of an embryo or fetus in a pregnant
Easy temperament: Easy babies readily adapt to new experiences, generally display positive
moods and emotion
Ap Psychology Final Review Part 4
Obstructive sleep apnea: A condition in which the flow of air pauses or decreases during
breathing while you are asleep because the airway has become narrowed, blocked, or floppy.
Narcolepsy (Cataplexy): A sleep di
Ap Psychology Final Review part 3
Central nervous system: Brain and spine
Somatic nervous system: Voluntary control of body movements.
Sympathetic nervous system: Mobilize the body's nervous system fight-or-flight response and
constantly active at
Ap Psychology Final Review Part 5
Elimination by aspect model: Decision-making strategy which the choice is deteremine by
elminating possible options.
Test reliability: The overall consistency of a measure.
Validity: An argument is valid if and on
Ap Psychology Final Review Part 2
Texture gradient: The ways in which we perceive depth.
Motion parallax: A depth cue that our mind associates without movement. We see objects that
are closer to us as moving faster than objects that are in the dist
AP Psychology Final Review Part 7
Stages of prenatal development:
The Germinal Stage
The germinal stage begins with conception, when the sperm and egg cell unite in one of the two
fallopian tubes. The fertilized egg, known as a zygote, then moves