1. In addition to their close friends, most adolescents also place high value on
the larger peer group as a source of ideas and values as well as companionship
and entertainment. Discuss the nature of peer relationships in adolescence in
terms of social s
1. Using Pavlov's classical conditioning terms, explain how test anxiety
develops. Develop your explanation using an example of an individual learner.
Use that learner's experiences to illustrate neutral stimulus, unconditioned
stimulus, unconditioned res
a. Dick Stantons suggested approach in not the most efficient way to control
risks associated with complex computer environments because Tiffany does
not have the level of expertise to understand the systems themselves. One of
the most importan
English Study Guide
Paradise Lost by John Milton
Book 1- 1st half (prologue)
Milton asserts that this original sin brought death to human beings for the first
time, causing us to lose our home in paradise until Jesus comes to restore
humankind to its form
Educational Psychology Lesson 9
1. Your text shares the story of Mr. Arbuthnot. List all of the ways in which Mr.
Arbuthnot was ineffective in addressing individual student differences.
It seems that Mr. Arbuthnots quality of instruction was not the probl
1. David and Luke are starting kindergarten. They both have loving and
supportive parents, but their backgrounds are different. David's social-class
background would be classified as "low SES," while Luke's is "high SES." What
do researchers mean by "SES"
Educational Psychology Lesson 6
1. Explain the basic ideas of levels-of-processing theory, using an example to
illustrate your explanation. How do the research findings that support levelsof-processing theory help us understand why some study strategies,
Educational Psychology Lesson 2
Describe the four main teaching implications drawn from the developmental
ideas of Piaget.
Piagets four stages of cognitive development describe the relevance of new
intellectual abilities gained that helps people understan
Educational Psychology Lesson 1
What personal and professional characteristics contribute to being an
In my experience, an effective teacher is one who is stern but fair, demands respect,
is rational, relatable to students and is commit