Chapter 1 Test
1. When Tara saw the lush green lawn, it reminded her of just how dry the lawn had been the previous
year. Among the four laws of association, this is best described as an example of the law of contrast
2. Deanna often gets lost when she dr
Leading Questions: Are when you ask questions and direct individuals to a certain answer. But
when they ask these questions, there is a potential for influence. How the questions are
phrased can change the individuals answer.
Loftus: The indivi
What is Personality?
Personality: Is a unique and consistent patterns of thinking, behavior, and feeling.
Genetics & Temperament: When we look at twin studies, there is a 50% chance the other twin is an introvert if
one of them is. There is a relation to
Chapters 1 & 2 Psychology defined
PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology Exam 1 Review Sheet
The early roots of psychology
What is Psychology? The study of behavior and mental processes. It is also a
science because it uses the scientific method.
Where did i
Chapter 4 Test
1. In higher-order conditioning, the CS2 generally elicits a weaker response than does the CS1
2. The fact that you learned to fear wasps and hornets, as well as bees, after being stung by a bee is an
example of the process of stimulus gene
Independent Variables: The variable that is controlled and manipulated by an
experimenter. (Example: Soldiers sleep)
Dependent Variables: Measure used to assess the effects of the manipulation of the
independent variable, to tell us that will happen as a