Psyc 100 Review- Fall 2015 Renshaw Test 2
o Encoding: To mentally put the information in your brain (active process)
Lvl of processing
Shallow: basic (simple repetition, sound)
Deep: richer (mnemonic (link to past memory),
Psyc 100 Review- Fall 2015 Renshaw Test 1
o 1879 Wilhelm
o Early 1900s
Research Methods Overview
o Understand Why? Research is necessary
Psyc 100 Review- Fall 2015 Renshaw Test 3
o Behaviorism: -ist believed in what they could see
Emphasis on nurture (vs. nature)
Nature vs. Nurture: NURTURE!
Emphasis on observable behavior
o Classical Conditioning
CS is pared w/ US
Anecdotal Forms for
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THE GARDEN PARTY STUDY GUIDE
The Garden Party, written by Katherine Mansfield, was
published in the literary magazine the Weekly Westminster
Gazette in February 1922 in an effort to promote the authors
larger short story collection The Garden Par
Pagan and Christian References in Boewulf
The work of Beowulf by an unknown Anglo Saxon author reflects the bridge and
historical transition of the Western world from Pagan culture and practices of the time to the
Judeo-Christian beliefs that were becomin
Draft Timelines for soft skill training
Attached are sample templates for:
Task Phases and Deliverable
We need to fill in dates etc.
Soft Skills Instructional Design
Draft Timeline Template
Instructional Design Time Line
Latoya M Lashley
HIST 100 008
Topic I. Giuseppe Mazzini, Karl Marx, and Adolf Hitler
(1a) In Giuseppes essay, he discussed how the spread individual liberty during his time,
was useless to ordinary people. He stated, But of what use were r
REVIEW QUESTIONS ABOUT MODERN CULTURE, THE AGE OF WORLD
WARS AND TOTALITARIANISM, AND THE POST-WAR WORLD
1. What are some of the reasons for the skepticism that characterizes modern culture?
Shattered cultural consens
Psychology Exam 2 Notes
Authoritarian: Power Assertion (most common)
o Demanding, controlling
*boys = low cognitive confidence
*girls = high in social and cognitive confidence
*the older they get, the
Psychology 211 Notes
o Adolescents encounter many formal and informal rites of passage that indicate they are leaving
childhood behind and becoming independent adults.
o Around 12/13 years old, you can understand the ideas & beliefs of r
REVIEW QUESTIONS ABOUT LIMITED MONARCHY, THE AGE OF REASON, THE
AGE OF REVOLUTION, INDUSTRIALISM, LIBERALISM, NATIONALISM, AND
1. Why did the Glorious Revolution take place?
To overthrow James II and his Cat
1) Nervous system division and their functions
Central nervous system (CNS)
Brain and spinal cord are bodys decision maker
Peripheral nervous system (PNS)
Sensory and motor neurons connecting the central nervous
system (CNS) to the rest of the body fo
Sleep stages and physical characteristics associated with each
NREM Stage 1
lasts only a few minutes, person quickly gains
consciousness, experiences hypnagogic hallucinations,
vivid sensory experiences, sometimes/usually accompanied
by a myoclonic
1) What is a genome?
Biochemical units of heredity that make up chromosomes, the
threadlike coils of DNA. They create proteins that form our bodys
2) Identical vs fraternal twins
Identical twins develop from a singl
1) What do evolutionary psychologists study?
Our genetic legacy; humans share a common genetic profile or
2) Gender differences
Cross-culturally, men think more than women about sex,
and men are more likely to think that casual sex
What is sleep and why do we need it?
Periodic, natural loss of consciousnessas distinct from
unconsciousness resulting from a coma, general anesthesia, or
We need to sleep because:
Sleep may have played a protective role in human evolutio
What is the corpus callosum? Can you survive with it severed?
A broad band of nerve fibers joining the two hemispheres of the
Other brain structures and their functions (thalamus, amygdala,
.hippocampus, hypothalamus, etc.)
Individualistic vs collectivist cultures
Individualist cultures value independence. They promote
personal ideals, strengths, and goals, pursued in
competition with others, leading to individual achievement
and finding a unique identity.
Psych Exam 1 Study Guide
1) What is hindsight bias?
Tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that we could
have predicted it. I-knew-it-all-along
2) What is overconfidence and its consequences?
People tend to think they know more than t
What is the oldest brain region? Newest? Somewhere in
Is oldest and innermost brain region
Is located at base of the brainstem; controls heartbeat and
Sits above medulla and helps coordinate movement
1) What does a correlation measure? What are different types of
It measures how closely two factors vary together, or how well
you can predict a change in one from observing a change in the
other. Different types of correlations are:
Principles of Psychology
Psychology- The study of mental activity and behavior, which are based on brain processes.
Critical thinking- Systematically evaluating information to reach reasonable conclusions best
supported by evidence.
Graphing with Vertex form
Graphing with Standard form
Graphing from factored form
Standard to vertex form
Solving quadratic equation methods
Note that there is more information on factoring in the Solving by Factoring section here.
Name: Michael Fiumano
Unknown Mineral Identification Lab
1. What is the purpose of your investigation?
To determine how an unknown mineral demonstrates the following five characteristics.
2. Choose 5 characteristics from your notes
Puts Mat. In Mouth (p)