1. (a) Identify an emotion you would like to anchor in. (b) Explain how you would do this in
terms of UCS, UCR, CS and CR. (c) How might extinction of the response occur? (d)
How might spontaneous recovery occur?
b. UCS: Picture of my dog and
1. What is Gender? The characteristics of people as males and females
2. What is gender identity? A sense of ones own gender, including knowledge,
understanding and acceptance of being male or female
3. What are gender roles? Se
1. Why does skin begin to sag in the 40s and 50s? loss of collagen in underlying tissues
2. What is sarcopenia? Age related loss of lean muscle mass and strength
3. Whats the best strategy for slowing down sarcopenia? Weight management a
1. How can conversational dialogue contribute to childrens moral development? it brings
up morals in a comfortable setting for them and helps them learn
2. Specifically, how is parent dialogue with toddlers about emotions re
Language Reading Questions pp 271-91
Most of the following should overlap with lecture. Make sure you answer these before class.
That will make note-taking in class much easier.
1. What is phonology? The sound system of a languageincludes the sou
NATURE AND NURTURE IN DEVELOPMENT
1. What are chromosomes? Threadlike structures made up of DNA
2. Whats the difference between a genotype and a phenotype? Genotype is everything,
phenotype is what is visible
3. If a genetic disease is x-li
1. To see if genetics or environment effect more about a person.
2. Periods of prenatal development.
3. What is a zygote? Fertilized egg
4. What does it mean for twins to be monozygotic vs. dizygotic? Mono is identical, di is
V. Theory of Mind
What is a theory of mind? Informal understanding that other people have minds
Approach to look at the things we are going to come into the world knowing.
Language, physics, psychology
What do we need to know to understand other people
Physical Development in Childhood and Adolescence
1. What are motor skills (give examples). Fine writing, eating
GROSS walking, running
2. Whats the difference between gross and fine motor skills? Fine needs to be more fine-tuned,
Shirley Ardell Mason
Have you ever stopped to think about how often we take our mental stability for granted, or
really acknowledge how amazing it is to be able to wake up in the morning, and can almost
immediately recognize our whereabouts? The answer is
1) Discuss specific factual information about dangers of lack of sleep at
your age and your opinion concerning the extent to which you and/or
your friends have been a potential victim of these dangers. Remember to
back your opinion up with facts - you may