1.) Sleeping arrangements for children in Japan reflect the cultural value of
2.) Children are seen as workers who contribute to society in
-industrialized nations that have labor laws
1. Puberty and menopause are considered? Normative age-graded influences
2. The DNA of each normal human being is about 99%, the same as that of every other
normal human being. Based on this statement, which of the following conclusions is accurate?
Which of the following most likely illustrates a typical 3-month old infants behavior?
-Seeking a balance between over-and understimulation.
2.) Which of the following most often results from inconsistent or unresponsive caregiving?
1.) which of the following concerning sensation and perception is accurate?
-Both sensation and perception are highly developed at birth.
2.) Some researchers believe that before infants use speech or solve problems, they carve
up: the world into cat
PSY 223 Chapter 1 Notes and Study Guide
1. What characterizes the academic field of developmental psychology?
2. What is theory and why is theory an important aspect of the scientific study of human
3. What are the functions or purposes of
NOTICE OF DISMISSAL FROM A JOB
not because of bad performance, misconduct or
any other work related issue. But we fire her as we opened a new line that she needs
and has to work on it 12 hours a day sometimes seven days a week and
Psychology Test 2 Study Guide:
Chapter 2: Read all figures.
Psychology is Empirical
Empiricism: The premise that knowledge should be acquired through observation.
Hypothesis: Is a tentative statement about the relationship between two or more variables.
Chapter 9 study guide: Psychology 110
Intelligence Tests: Measure genera mental ability.
Aptitude Tests: Assesses specific types of mental abilities.
Achievement Tests: Gauge a person's mastery and knowledge of certain subjects.
Personality tests: Measure
Chapter 6 Study Guide Psychology 110
Learning: is any relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience.
Phobias: Irrational fears of specific objects or situations.
Classical Conditioning: A type of learning in which a stimulus