Running head: EMPRICAL ANALYSIS OF TRENDS IN PSYCHOLOGY
An Empirical Analysis of Trends in Psychology
By Richard W. Robins, Samuel D. Gosling and Kenneth H. Craik
Journal Article Critique # 1
PASS Handout 2
1. What causes the movement of air in and out of the body?
A) stable pressure B) bulk pressure c) high pressure D) low pressure E) 2 of the above F)
None of the above
2. What is true regarding air flow?
PASS Handout 8
1. All the following are true regarding the cardiovascular system, expect?
A) causes excretion of waste products B) transport of O2 C) blood coming back to the heart is
always at low pressure D) oxygenat
PASS Handout 3
1. Which of the following is must occur in order for inspiration to occur?
A) relaxation of the diaphragm B) contraction of the diaphragm C) increase in Pip D) increase in
the recoil pressure E) 2 of the
PASS Handout 4
1. A patient is presented to the ER with a stab wound on the right side of the his body, 4" lateral to
the sternum. The patient is checked for vital sign. His Bp is normal, but blood oxygen level is low
PASS Handout 1
1. Which of the following defines homeostasis?
A) static nature of the body to remain normal B) dynamic nature of the body to remain
normal C) only occurs in harmful situations D) ability of the body to
PASS Handout 10
1. Where is the biggest drop off of MAP?
A) Aorta B) Veins C) Arterioles D) Capillaries
2. Where do we measure arterial pulse pressure?
A) Left ventricle B) brachiospehalic artery C) axillary veins D) a
PASS Handout 15
1. Which of the following is false regarding the counter current multiplication of the loop of henle?
A) The osmolarity of the filtrate always increases in the medullary regions B) the filtrate is iso
PASS Handout 13
1. Which of the following will happen if we increase the concentration of Ca2+ in the heart?
A) decreased activity of the macula densa B) increased constriction of the efferent arteriole C)
PASS Handout 11- Midterm 2 Review
Answers on last page
1. Which of the following is not true of the circulatory system?
A) Involved in temperature regulation
B) venous system contains deoxygenated blood
C) Larger arteries have lower volume of blood compar
PASS Handout 5
1. Which of the following is not needed in calculating the partial pressure of atm gasses?
A) The total pressure B) The number of gases C) Mol fraction of the gasses D) Types of gases
2. What is the conc
PASS Handout 7- Midterm 1 Review
1. Which of the following is an example of homeostasis?
A) hyperventilating to reach normal O2 levels B) Increase firing of peripheral chemoreceptors to
maintain normal Pao2 C) ventilatory set points D) as lungs expands, r
PSYC3140 Section P
Current Paradigms and
Integrative Approach to
Role of Paradigms
SCIENCE is limited by:
a) the current state of _
b) remaining _ when studying abnormal
What is a Paradigm?
a set of basic _, a general
PSYC 3140 Section P
2. Course outline
3. Lecture: Chapter 1
Deciphering abnormality from normality
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Course: PSYC 3140P
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Psychology of Women
Breakdown of Items on Examination 1
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NATS 1810 W 2017 6.0 Energy
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This course will address the concepts behind energy and its effects on our environment.
We will s
PASS Handout 9
1. Which of the following are responsible for the increase in CO?
A) increased permeability of K+ B) Norepi effect on K+ permeability C) Ach effect of increasing
Na+ permeability D) size of the heart E)
PASS Handout 6
1. Which of the following are true regarding hyperpnea?
A) increase in ventilation B) increase in metabolism C) decrease in CO2 production D) increase in
ventilation is matched by increase in CO2 product
LECTURE 2 Personality Assessment
Measurement in Personality Psychology
Importance in research and applied settings
usefulness of any personality theory would be very limited if cant measure important constructs
of the theory; even if you have the worl
Why do species change?
concept of adaptation: animals that survive are the ones best suited to the environment
- islands where flowers are main food source => finches have long thin beaks that allow
the birds to reach to the pollen; islands
LECTURE 4 Mechanisms of Selection
Reactions to Origin of Species Publication
publication of origin of species caused outbreaks, controversies (ex: Wilberforce vs. Thomas
Huxley and Scopes Monkey Trial)
- Wilberforce vs. Thomas Huxley
- Modern debates: S
Study Questions and Objectives Unit 1
Identify the origins of the word psychology and the two disciplines that were the
intellectual parents of psychology. (p. 3)
- Greek root words; psyche means soul and logos means the study of. Philosophy
In everyday life we are accessed to the media. We read about it, write about it and even watch it
on television. What we see however, we take in to our own beliefs and perceptions. So, what
happens within our minds and emotions that make us willing to l
UNIT 8- LANGUAGE AND THOUGHT
1.) Define cognition. Why was the study of cognition discouraged during the first half of the twentieth
century? (p. 349)
Cognition refers to the mental processes involved in acquiring knowledge. When psychology first emerged
UNIT 7 HUMAN MEMORY
1.) Define and describe the three basic memory processes: encoding, storage,
to provide and recognize original examples of these processes. (p. 302)
Encoding- involves forming memory code. Ex. When you form a mem
UNIT 4 SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.) Define sensation
Distinguish between the two terms. (p. 138)
Sensation is the stimulation of sense organs. Perception is the selection, organization, and interpretation
of sensory input.
2.) Define psych