Neurotransmitters Chapter 2, Module 2.1-2.2
Fill in the following boxes by and describing the location of the 6 neurotransmitters listed in the first column and discussed in the
textbook in Chapter 2. Describe the function of the neurotransmitter and then
Drug Therapies, Module 16.3
Fill in the following boxes by describing four types of drugs used for psychological disorders.
Give an example of a drug in each category and state which disorder it is used to treat. Discuss
how the drug works, and include an
Psychological Disorders, Module 15.2
Fill in the following boxes by describing the six psychological disorders outlined in the textbook
and listed in Column 1 below. In Column 2, provide a brief, general description of the disorder.
In Column 3, identify
Assessing Personality, Module 13.5
Psychologists use instruments called tests, inventories, assessments or measures to understand
individuals personalities. This handout addresses these assessments. Answer the following
questions in 2-3 sentences.
Stages of Development
For parts 1, 2, and 3, fill in the following boxes by identifying and defining the stages of
development for each theorist outlined in the text book, using chapters 9 -10. Then
answer the questions in Part 4. Save this document and t
Explanation of Emotion Module 8.3
Respond to the questions below using 3-4 sentences.
1. Define emotions and each of their 3 components.
Emotions are feeling states that psychologists view as having physiological, cognitive, and
behavioral components. (Ps
Learning Theories Module 5.1, 5.2, 5.3
Answer each of the following questions as completely and as extensively as possible.
(Before completing this handout, please review these sections of Chapter 5: Classical
Conditioning, page 180; Operant Conditioning,
Theories of Intelligence Chapter 7,
Fill in the following boxes by identifying and describing the four theorists and theories of
intelligence outlined in the text book. Please review the text and in the last column share what
your views on each
The Three Stage Model of Memory Module 6.1
Fill in the following boxes by identifying and defining the memory stages (which is different
from the information processing system) outlined in the text book. Save this document and
type directly onto the docum
Methods of Research/1.3
Research, or systematic inquiry aimed at the discovery of new knowledge, is a central
component of the scientific method in psychology. It provides the key to understanding the
degree to which scientific hypotheses (and the theorie