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  • 6 Pages PSY2012 Syllabus
    PSY2012 Syllabus

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    GeneralPsychology PSY 2012 Summer 2014 Professor:StaceyTantleffDunn,Ph.D. EMail:stacey.dunn@ucf.edu(butpleasecontactmethroughwebcoursemailduringthis semester) OfficeHours:Byappointment REQUIREDTEXT:EssentialsofPsychology,6thEditionbyDouglas Bernstein.Publ

  • 8 Pages ReviewExam1
    ReviewExam1

    School: UCF

    Course: General Psychology

    Exam 1 Study Guide This pertains to the textbook only. Anything covered in class is fair game for the e xam (including videos). Also, try not to focus only on the definitions, as many q uestions will be applied. Appendix: Statistics Sample vs. population

  • 6 Pages Psych A-1 Answers
    Psych A-1 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    In the control condition of an experiment, participants are not exposed to the independent variable One would expect the correlation between height and weight to be positive. Which of the following terms best suits the definition of determinism? lawful pa

  • 24 Pages Psych A-10 Answers
    Psych A-10 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. Thebehaviorofsomepeoplewithschizophreniaisextremelyagitated.In observethepatienttobeslowandwithoutemotionalexpression,thatis, StudentResponse A. inastupor. B. hallucinating. C. delusional. D. paranoid. Score: 2/2 2. Biologicalfactorsappeartoplayarolein

  • 29 Pages yes
    yes

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. (Points: 2) In the control condition of an experiment, participants are not exposed to the a. independent b. dependent c. control d. third variable. variable. variable. variable. 2. (Points: 2) Save Answer Researchers establish causal relationships

  • 8 Pages Psych A-5 Answers
    Psych A-5 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. _worktoincreasethelikelihoodthatabehaviorwillbestrengthened, decreasethelikelihoodthatabehaviorwillbestrengthened. StudentResponse A. Positivereinforcers;negativereinforcers B. Primaryreinforcers;secondaryreinforcers C. Negativereinforcers;punishments

  • 55 Pages psych exam 2
    psych exam 2

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. In the opening segment of Chapter 9, Robert has a condition in which he is unable to name his emotions. This condition is known as 1. 2. 3. 4. Student Value Correct Answer Response dysgraphia. alexithymia. 100% Wernicke's aphasia. agnosia. Score: Feedb

  • 4 Pages Researchsummary4
    Researchsummary4

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Sara Beg PSY 2012 Section AW59 Kimberly Renk Tracy, J. L., & Beall, A. T. (2011, May). Happy guys finish last: The impact of emotion expressions on sexual attraction. Emotion. Retrieved June 12, 2011, from PsycARTICLES database. Researchers investigated h

  • 1 Page Conditioning_PSY2012
    Conditioning_PSY2012

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychology

    Classical conditioning begins with an unconditioned response (UR) to an unconditioned stimulus (US); the keyword being unconditioned. The conditioning process takes the US, and pairs it with a separate controlled stimulus, to be called the conditioned sti

  • 1 Page Conformity_PSY2012
    Conformity_PSY2012

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychology

    Acting or thinking in a similar manner as the group for the sake of being accepted as part of that group is called conforming (Myers 2010). Conformity is especially strong when the group comes to a unanimous decision, or when the individual is knowingly b

  • 1 Page Daydreams_PSY2012
    Daydreams_PSY2012

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychology

    I tracked my dreams between 12:00 pm and 2:00 am on 7/8/2011, and between 1:00 pm and 3:00 am on 7/9/2011. On the first day, I recorded one brief dream. On the second day I recorded two dreams, both quite brief. It seems I either dont define many of my th

  • 1 Page Motivation and Personality_PSY2012
    Motivation and Personality_PSY2012

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychology

    Achievement motivation is motivation directed toward accomplishing goals (Myers 2010). I believe I have strong achievement motivation, because I work hard to succeed even under the increasing pressure of maintaining a high GPA. My type of leadership is ta

  • 1 Page Parenting Styles_PSY2012
    Parenting Styles_PSY2012

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychology

    My parents were authoritative parents. They implemented and enforced rules, but never beyond reason. They informed me of their reasons behind each rule, and I was allowed to break them only under reasonable circumstances. My father was much more lenient t

  • 1 Page Stroop Test
    Stroop Test

    School: UCF

    Claiton Paul Disabilities in American Society Section OW61 25 January 2011 Stroop Test 1. Which task was easier? I believe the second task was much easier for me. 2. What made one of the tasks more difficult than the other? The first task was very difficu

  • 1 Page Fine Motor SKill
    Fine Motor SKill

    School: UCF

    Claiton Paul Disabilities in American Society Section OW61 25 January 2011 Stroop Test 1. Which task was easier? I believe the second task was much easier for me. 2. What made one of the tasks more difficult than the other? The first task was very difficu

  • 12 Pages Psych A-4 Answers
    Psych A-4 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. Thehumanearissensitivetosoundwaveswithfrequenciesof StudentResponse A. 20to2,000cyclespersecond. B. 20to20,000cyclespersecond. C. 2to200cyclespersecond. D. 200to20,000cyclespersecond. Score: 2/2 2. Theviewthatpainmessagesmaynotgetthroughtothebrainwhent

  • 3 Pages Psych A-3 Answers
    Psych A-3 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    According to Erikson, the major challenge of adolescence is the creation of ego identity Vygotsky'sconceptofthezoneofproximaldevelopmentreferredto therangeoftasksthatachildcouldaccomplishwiththeassistanceofateacherorparent GoslingsformedanattachmenttoLore

  • 4 Pages researchsummary5
    researchsummary5

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Sara Beg PSY 2012 Section AW59 Kimberly Renk Li, Y. H., & Tottenham, N. (2011, May). Seeing Yourself Helps You See Others. Emotion. Retrieved June 13, 2011, from PsychARTICLES database. A number of theories suggest that a persons ability to accurately rec

  • 4 Pages researchsummary6
    researchsummary6

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Sara Beg PSY 2012 Section AW59 Kimberly Renk Willis, M. L., Burke, D., & Palermo, R. (2011). Judging Approachability on the Face of It: The Influence of Face and Body Expressions on the Perception of Approachability. Emotion. Retrieved June 17, 2011, from

  • 4 Pages Researchsummary7
    Researchsummary7

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Sara Beg PSY 2012 Section AW59 Kimberly Renk Beermann, U. (2011). Can People Really "Laugh at Themselves?" - Experimental and Correlational Evidence. Emotion. Retrieved June 21, 2011, from PsycARTICLES database. Everyone knows what a sense of humor is, bu

  • 4 Pages researchsummary8
    researchsummary8

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Sara Beg PSY 2012 Section AW59 Kimberly Renk Rimmele, U., Davachi, L., Petrov, R., Dougal, S., & Phelps, E. A. (2011). Emotion Enhances the Subjective Feeling of Remembering, Despite Lower Accuracy for Contextual Details. Emotion. Retrieved June 21, 2011,

  • 2 Pages Psychology_Study_Guide_Test_One
    Psychology_Study_Guide_Test_One

    School: UCF

    Course: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Psychology Study Guide Test One Chapter 1: 1. Confounding variables: what caused the change in recall. Must control the extraneous variable. 2. Control group: receives a set amount so we know what the base line is 3. Placebo group: Experimenting in the gr

  • 8 Pages psych A-6 Answers
    psych A-6 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. Paulcanonlyremembertheconclusionsofhisspeech.Thisisanexamp StudentResponse A. serialpositioneffect. B. primacyeffect. C. forgettingeffect. D. latencyeffect. Score: 2/2 2. Ludwig,acellist,ismemorizingamusicalcompositionbyheartwithoutre Hemostlikelyisusi

  • 12 Pages Psych A-7 Answers
    Psych A-7 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. Piaget would agree with which of the following statements regarding the r and language? Student Response A. Knowledge about the world cannot be acquired without language. B. Knowledge about the world can be acquired without language. C. Preverbal

  • 12 Pages Psych A-8 Answers
    Psych A-8 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. Thetendencytowardhomeostasisorasteadystatewouldcause StudentResponse A. atiredpersontosleep. B. arichpersontogivemoneyaway. C. asmartpersontowriteabook. D. apoorpersontoseekwork. Score: 2/2 2. EmotionsarefeelingstateswithallofthefollowingcomponentsEXCE

  • 12 Pages Psych A-9 Answers
    Psych A-9 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. You did very poorly on your Chemistry test. You are likely to attribute you Student Response A. lack of academic skills. B. feeling uncomfortable during the test because of the distracting noise and cold temperature in the room. C. dislike of chemist

  • 12 Pages Psych A-11 Answers
    Psych A-11 Answers

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. A wouldbe quitter's therapist has him sit in front of a machine that blows smoking one cigarette after another. This technique is called Student Response A. extinction smoking. B. rapid smoking. C. aversive smoking. D. none of the above Score: 0/2

  • 5 Pages exam 3 terms
    exam 3 terms

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    A-B problem the issue of how well we can predict behavior on the basis of attitudes Activating effect the arousal producing effects of sex hormones that increase the likelihood of sexual behavior Actor-observer effect the tendency to attribute our own beh

  • 35 Pages exam three
    exam three

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    1. Piagetwouldagreewithwhichofthefollowingstatementsregardingther andlanguage? StudentResponse A. Knowledgeabouttheworldcannotbeacquiredwithoutlanguage. B. Knowledgeabouttheworldcanbeacquiredwithoutlanguage. C. Preverbalchildrencannotunderstandtheconcepts

  • 6 Pages for exam 4
    for exam 4

    School: UCF

    Course: Intro To Psychological Science

    The Medical Model of Mental Illness The current approach to understanding mental illness is to treat it as a disease, with a biological basis. This means that there will be some sort of neurological problem underlying the disorder. There are many problems

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