1. List and define the three parts of Freuds topographic model.
topographic model states that mental processes were made up of three parts: the
conscious, preconscious, and unconscious. Conscious mental processes are those that we
are aware o
1. Describe five of the types of intelligence discussed in the activity.
There is linguistic intelligence, logical/mathematic intelligence, musical
intelligence, bodily/kinesthetic intelligence, and spatial intelligence.
2. How did you do when you tried t
1. What are the five criteria used to identify abnormal psychology and mental disorders?
Help Seeking, Irrationality/Dangerousness, Deviance, Emotional Distress, Significant
2. What are personality disorders? Identify one specific
1. What factors contribute to someone becoming a psychopathic killer, according to
Their genes(mainly the X chromosome from the mom) and any particularly violent
situations they were in.
2. What has Fallon found about the possible gen
Lab question essay
Who Am I?
Who am I? It is such a generalized question when the answer is so monumental.
I am me. Everyone wants to know your traits not really who you truly are, even though
most characterize them as one and
1. What is the General Adaptation Syndrome? Describe the three stages.
The General Adaptation Syndrome states that many stressful events can cause the body to
respond in the same way. The three stages are alarm, resistance, and exhaustion. Th
1. Why is being overweight as a child/teenager a difficult stage of life?
They are often blamed for being overweight when they have no control over it and they
get picked on.
2. According to Jeffrey Friedman, what percentage is weight genetic
1. What are the three components of emotions?
It is a combination of subjective experience, physiological signs, and behavior.
2. What is drive-reduction theory? Give an example of a situation that fits this theory.
Drive-reduction theory say
1. What are some of your entrepreneurial strengths? How would they help you in starting
or running a business?
I took the quiz and got a 46 which means I could improve my people skills. You cant see
the strengths and limitations on this site
1. What did Alfred Binet introduce to intelligence testing? What purpose did his tests
He made the model for most intelligence tests. His tests purpose was to test complex
tasks of memory, comprehension, and judgment.
2. How is intellig
1. Your score on the test. Does this score have any meaning? What are your thoughts
about the test?
The emotional IQ test is used to measure our aptitude to emotions. We were shown
various situations where we have to determine either their em
1. What are the three levels of categorization? Describe each level and provide an
example for each.
The basic level is the broadest category where items share common characteristics that
are distinctive. This is where we characterize objects
1. What are the similarities between the bonobos and humans?
Both bonobos and humans have basic cognitive functions. While bonobos cant speak
like humans, they can walk start fires, communicate, and understand when spoken to.
2. How do the bo
1. What are two different types of information that are stored in long-term
memory? Describe each type.
Declarative memory is facts and events and it requires conscious recall.
Procedural memory involves the how to information for skills and