Stress & Health Learning Objectives
1. Describe how both major life events and minor hassles can serve as
stressors and explain chronic stressors.
Stressors- specific events or chronic pressures that place demands on
a person or threaten the persons well
Human Development Learning Objectives
1. Offer a definition of developmental psychology that encompasses the notions
of continuity and change. Describe how developmental psychologists
typically study development overtime.
Developmental Psychology- study
Social Psychology Learning Objectives
1. Describe the processes of social behavior, social influence, and social
Social behavior- looking at how people interact in terms of behavior
o How do people interact with each other
Social influence- h
Treatment of Psychopathology Learning Objectives
1. Describe the different types of treatment providers, noting the
educational requirements for each.
2. Compare and contrast the various approaches used in psychotherapy.
How do these approaches differ in
Personality Learning Objectives
1. Define personality, noting how it involves thought, feeling, and behavior
and explain the difference between describing and explaining
Personality- an individuals characteristic style of behaving, thinking,
CHAPTER 4 LEARNING OBJECTIVES- SENSATION & PERCEPTION
Define synesthesia and discuss how the phenomenon may reveal different
and other wise normal, ways of brain organization.
Sensation (brain reaching out to environment)- processes by whi
Psychological Disorders Learning Objectives
Psychopathology- disturbances in behavior, thoughts, or emotions that
are associated with
o Personal distress or impairment through behaviors
o Internal dysfunction (biologica
CHAPTER 6 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: MEMORY
Provide an accurate and appropriate definition of memory, encoding,
storage, and retrieval.
Memory- the ability to store and retrieve information over time
Encoding- process by which we transform what we
CHAPTER 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES- METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Contrast dogmatism with empiricism and identify which is an essential
element of the scientific method.
Dogmatism- clinging to ones assumptions
Empiricism- accurate knowledge can be acq
Language and Thought Learning Objectives
1. Define language and grammar, and discuss three major differences
between human language and signaling systems used by other species.
Language- system for communicating with others using signals that
Intelligence Learning Objectives
1. Describe the origins of intelligence testing in the French school system,
noting the contribution of Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon to the
development of the ration IQ and explaining how the deviation IQ was
CHAPTER 7 LEARNING; LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Acquisition of new knowledge, skills, or responses from experience
that results in a relatively permanent change in the state of the learner
o Based on experience
o Produces changes in
CHAPTER 8: EMOTIONG AND MOTIVATION LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Explain how emotions can be mapped along the two dimensions of
valence and arousal and explain how this mapping helps us to define
what an emotion is.
Emotions are mapped by their arousal and vale
CHAPTER 3 LEARNING OBJECTIVES- NEUROSCIENCE & BEHAVIOR
1. Identify the components of a neuron.
Neuron- cells in nervous system that communicates with one another to
perform information- processing tasks.
Cell body (soma)- largest component of a neuron t
Assignment 2: Item Analysis (30 points)
Due on March 22th by 11:59 pm
RUBRIC PROVIDED BELOW
Part I: Qualitative Item Analysis
The following items are examples of bad survey items. Please apply information from class
lecture and the textbook to evaluate ea
Take Home Report Assignment
1) Glibness and Superficial Charmscore 2: According to the interviewers impression file,
he mentioned the inmate capable of holding good-eye contact, being superficially
charming, and enjoyed talking about himself with a conv
The Hillside Strangler
Introduction: Criminal Case Facts
Kenneth Alessio Bianchi - The Hillside Strangler
American serial killer, rapist and kidnapper
October 1977- January 1978
Description according to peers:
.complex, sincere/kind, magne
Discoveries to Gadgets
By: Melissa Morales
CONTEMPORARY VIEWS ON NEUROSCIENCE AND LAW
Reality: there is currently not enough technology
to determine if someone is considered guilty or
innocent in court
24 Sept. 2014
1. What is true of a Hypothesis?
a. Its derived from a theory
b. It can be proved
c. They must be falsifiable
d. Both a and c
2. Using the empirical method, challenges arise.
Psych 3204 Final Exam Study Guide
1. What are positive and negative skew? Example question: Which part of a left-skewed
distribution (left or right side) contains the scores with the greatest frequency of occurrence?
a. A distribution is negatively
ANT 3005:521 3 Credit Hours
IMPORTANT: Mandatory first-day attendance will be taken Sat.
January 14th at 11:59 pm. Completion of the ORIENTATION QUIZ
will be used to verify your attendance.
DEP 2004:700 The Life Cycle
Summer Summer, 2016
Professor: Amber Tetlow
Email: [email protected]
Office: MHC 1316B
How can I get in touch with Amber Tetlow?
E-mail is the best way to contact me for a prompt response. I dont check my email
Welcome to the lecture on attachment. We're going to cover some highlights of
Chapter 14 in this online lecture. Make sure you read your book chapter
thoroughly and ask me if there is anything that is not clear to you.
What is attachm
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What is an attachment?
Strong _ ties we feel towards
people in our lives
Why are they important?
There is a _ between emotional
well being and physical health
Some evidence that early attachments
affects later adult attachments and